• A smart ceiling fan enable you to control the fan on/off and its speeds via the integration with smart speakers. You can control the fan speeds, light intensities & color temperatures from anywhere and at any time.

  • No. The larger the size, the wider the range of blowing, but the load on the motor will be heavier, so the speed will be slower; the wind will also be reduced as a result. Conversely, the smaller the fan blade size is, the narrower the air blowing range, but faster speed and larger wind blow.

  • Yes. It can help the air conditioner to make cold air flow faster & save power. The temperature of the air conditioner can be adjusted a little higher and yet the entire space can achieve the same cooling comfortable level.

  • No. A dimmer switch should never be wired as the main controlling switch for a remote-control abled ceiling fan; the fan motor can be burnt over a prolonged period time of use and it also can post a fire hazard to the house.

  • It is not recommended as it will cause noise, and may be shaking, resulted from air turbulence.

  • Yes. However, the airborne grease, combustion products, fumes, smoke, heat, and steam from the air can deposit on the blade surfaces and result in discoloration and premature deterioration over time. It is not recommended to replace ceiling fan with kitchen hook.