Ellington LAR54CH3, Lark Chrome 54" Ceiling Fan with Light & Wall & Remote Control

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Included Components: (3) Blades (1) Incandescent Candelabra (E12) Bulb 6" Downrod Light Diffusing Shade Wireless Remote Light Kit Features: Energy Efficient operation Lifetime Limited Warranty DC Motor uses low energy to provide powerful airflow Wireless Remote Control for effortless fan control from every corner of the room Blade Specifications: Blade Span: 54" Number of Blades: 3 Blade Pitch: 14° Blades Included: Yes Blades Reversible: Yes Motor Specifications: Amperage: 0.47 Motor Type: DC Motor Reversible Motor: Yes CFM (Cubic Feet per Minute), High: 5844 RPM (High): 182 Voltage: 120 V Airflow Efficiency: 174 (CFM/Watt) Number of Speeds: 6 Sloped Ceiling Specifications: For ceilings with slope from 35° to 45°, use the 45AD angled ceiling adapter High or Low Ceiling Specifications: The LAR543 is designed for installation on standard 8 to 9 foot ceilings. If your ceiling is higher, you'll need to purchase an additional downrod. The rule of thumb is that ceiling fans should have a minimum of 7 feet and a maximum of 9 feet of clearance between the bottom of the fan and the floor in order to circulate air efficiently. If you have a low ceiling, purchase the CMA flush mount adapter to reduce the hanging height of your fan. Suggested Downrod Lengths: 9 Foot Ceiling: 6" - 12" 10 Foot Ceiling: 12" - 18" 11 Foot Ceiling: 18" - 24" 12 Foot Ceiling: 24" - 36" 13 Foot Ceiling: 36" - 48" 14 Foot Ceiling: 48" - 60" 15 Foot Ceiling: 60" - 72" For ceiling heights greater than 15 feet, you'll need to purchase the downrod Coupler to join two downrods together.

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