Broan-Nutone QTXEN110S Ultra Silent Humidity Sensing Bathroom Fan - ENERGY STARItem#: HN-LTHS368
- 110 CFM ventilation at a quiet .7 sones
- Fits a 6-inch round duct
- UL listed for use over bathroom tub/shower
- Sensaire technology detects rise in humidity
- Energy Star system
You can fully relax during that long, hot shower - the NuTone QTXEN110S Ultra Silent Humidity Sensing Bathroom Fan - ENERGY STAR will detect and eliminate excess humidity in the bathroom, preventing both cosmetic and structural damage to walls. Sensaire technology automatically senses a rise in humidity at the ceiling and will turn fans on to disperse it and off when done. The auto shut-off time is adjustable from five to 60 minutes, allowing you to conserve energy. Freshening 110 CFM ventilation is made nearly silent with a dynamically balanced blower and super-low .7 sone sound level, too.
Crafted with galvanized steel and a polymeric grille, the fan is outfitted with a permanently lubricated, low RPM plug-in motor engineered for continuous operation and fits a six-inch round duct for superior performance. It mounts to joists with easy-to-install four-point hanger bars. Two sets of mounting holes for the hanger bars allow flush installation with the bottom or top of drywall. UL listed for safe use over the bathroom tub or shower with GFCI circuit.
- Housing: 10.5L x 11.37W x 7.62H inches
- Grille: 12.87L x 13.62W inches
- Galvanized steel housing and polymeric grille
- Low RPM permanently lubricated plug-in motor
- Motor engineered for continuous operation
- Easy-to-install four-point hanger bars
- Installs flush with drywall
- Senses humidity at ceiling level and automatically turns on fan
- Auto shut-off adjustable from 5 to 60 minutes
What is an ENERGY STAR product?
This product has earned the ENERGY STAR rating from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Energy. ENERGY STAR is a voluntary labeling program designed to identify and promote energy-efficient products. These products meet strict guidelines and can help you save up to a third on energy bills compared to like products without an ENERGY STAR rating. ENERGY STAR products saved about $14 billion in 2006 alone, and their numbers are growing exponentially in product categories. This ENERGY STAR product has met criteria that will save energy, money, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. An excellent choice.
Broan-NuTone has been leading the industry since 1932 in producing innovative ventilation products and built-in convenience products, all backed by superior customer service. Today, they're headquartered in Hartford, Wisconsin, employing more than 3200 people in eight countries. They've become North America's largest producer of medicine cabinets, ironing centers, door chimes, and they're the industry leader for range hoods, bath and ventilation fans, and heater/fan/light combination units. They are proud that more than 80 percent of their products sold in the United States are designed and manufactured in the U.S., with U.S. and imported parts. Broan-NuTone is dedicated to providing revolutionary products to improve the indoor environment of your home, in ways that also help preserve the outdoor environment.
Dimensions & Specifications
Energy Star, Title 24 Compliant
(2) 18W; (1) 4W
100 sq. ft.
10.5L x 11.375W x 7.625H in. (Housing), 13L x 13.75W in. (Grill)
6 in. (Duct)
Reviewed by 1 customer
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- Easy to install
Comments about Broan-Nutone QTXEN110S Ultra Silent Humidity Sensing Bathroom Fan - ENERGY STAR:
I grew tired of fogged bathroom mirrors and windows, and the mold and mildew threat such clinging moisture encourages. The solution was the QTXEN110S Humidity Sensing Bathroom Fan. I recommend going with a 6-inch duct to maximize air flow. The only oddity I encountered was the way in which you activate the fan to exhaust odors; namely: flip the wall switch from ON to OFF, pause for a second or two, and then flip the switch from OFF back to ON. Even with the company's suggested two-function switch, you still have to flip a switch back and forth. If they had invested an additional fifteen bucks in design and development, they could have offered a push-button solution that would have been more elegant for such a sophisticated unit. And, yes, I would have paid the extra fifteen bucks. That one issue aside, I am very satisfied with the unit's humidity-sensing feature, near-silent operation, and efficiency.