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Thread: Bath Fan & PD-6WCL

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    Bath Fan & PD-6WCL

    I am looking to automate the bathroom a bit by putting in a temperature and humidity sensor and would like to turn on the fan when a certain humidity level is reached and shutoff when it has lowered enough. Will the PD-6WCL function just fine as a on/off for the bath fan? Thanks! #Edit# Fan is a simple 1 speed fan, no speed control necessary for it.

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    Dec 2019
    Looks like I should just use the PD-6ANS.

  3. #3
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    2DruKe- you are correct. Running a dimmer for an exhaust fan will burn up the motor and/or the dimmer. Use the 6ANS
    Simple automation when DIY isn't working

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