compare to ls100se
My LS 100SE motor is not running after bumping on. LS 100SE motor replacement discontinued. Need replacement unit to fit in same rough opening.
Thank you for your question on the model LS100SE and AEN110 exhaust fans. The AEN110 would be a suitable replacement for the LS100SE. The LS100SE required a ceiling opening of 9-3/8” x 11-1/4” and the AEN110 requires an opening of 9-1/4” x 10”. You will need to completely remove the LS100SE from the ceiling to install the new unit, but if you have access from above, an attic or crawl space, the change out should not be difficult.
Date published: 2015-11-25
In the specification sheet where it says "project pack" then "no" are there other parts I will need to complete the installation?
Other fans in this model series say "yes" so how does this effect what additional I may need for each one?
Thank you for your question on the model AEN110 exhaust fan. The AEN110 is a complete model. We do sell project packs for some models, usually used by contractors, where they would get a rough-in project pack to install a number of unit housings when the house is being built. After the house is built, they would then purchase the finish project packs to install into the unit housings that were previously installed.
Date published: 2016-07-25
Swap ARN80-A with AEN110
I have a 5×11 bath with an ARN80-A fan but the walls sweat after a shower. Would it help to upgrade to an AEN110 and if I did would I just reuse the housing and power and just, basically, swap the motors ?
Thank you for your question. You need a minimum of 60 CFM to ventilate that space based on your measurements. You may want to inspect the length of the duct run, the type of duct material used (flexible or rigid), and the connection to the duct connector. If you have an immediate 90 degree bend off of the unit, you may get moisture build-up due to excess static pressure. For further assistance, contact Technical Support at 888-336-6151.
Date published: 2018-11-06
How will this compare to the QTRN110?
Will this replace the QTRN110? Or is there a better replacement for the QTRN110 that is going to be available.
Thank you for your question on the models QTRN110 and AEN110 exhaust fans. The AEN110 is the replacement for the QTRN110, but if you currently have a QTRN110, you will need to completely remove it from the ceiling to install the AEN110. The AEN110 will be slightly quieter but it will only draw 1/3 of the current that the QTRN110 draws.
Date published: 2015-10-14