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    Big *** Fan Haiku 0-10v

    Any experience with BAF Haiku running from LMJ 0-10 volt
    Spec sheet says will work with

    "The Haiku L 0–10 V driver offers the convenience of integrating
    Haiku L fans with a home or building automation system
    or virtually any 3rd party 0–10 V dimmer using an industry standard
    protocol."

    "• 0–10 V driver “sinks or sources” voltage — Standard ANSI
    E1.3
    • Compatible with any 0–10 V “sinking/sourcing” dimmer
    (Lutron NovaT — NTSTV-DV available upon request"

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    I have a BAF running on a NT dimmer. The adjustment isn't as smooth as I would like. This may be because of the fan size (8' blades). I find 10v dimming performance in general to be unacceptable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by randyc View Post
    I have a BAF running on a NT dimmer. The adjustment isn't as smooth as I would like. This may be because of the fan size (8' blades). I find 10v dimming performance in general to be unacceptable.
    I'm wondering if the 0-10v portion is linear/more linear than the standard curve Lutron uses. Just like how the LMJ can dim a 0-10v Infratech heater, but you end up needing to set the low end trim to something like 40% and the high need to 89% to get the "proper" dimming from the heater. Maybe something similar for the BAF.
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    I'm using 2 lmj's on a BAF Essence & Light Kit. Works well enough for my needs.


    Quote Originally Posted by MitchE View Post
    Any experience with BAF Haiku running from LMJ 0-10 volt
    Spec sheet says will work with

    "The Haiku L 0–10 V driver offers the convenience of integrating
    Haiku L fans with a home or building automation system
    or virtually any 3rd party 0–10 V dimmer using an industry standard
    protocol."

    "• 0–10 V driver “sinks or sources” voltage — Standard ANSI
    E1.3
    • Compatible with any 0–10 V “sinking/sourcing” dimmer
    (Lutron NovaT — NTSTV-DV available upon request"

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    I'm eager to see how this works for you. I have a BAF/Haiku outdoor fan with light, and the outdoor fans don't come with WiFi. I am currently just using the included remote, but intend to switch to 0-10v eventually.

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    Thanks all
    Told the contractor to go for it. I'll give you an update when installed in a few weeks.

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