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How do you know Superfan saves energy?

How do you know Superfan saves energy?

Government of India through the Ministry of Power operates an agency called Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE) that assigns energy efficiency rating to appliances that are participating.  The efficiency is rated in a star-based system, with ‘5 stars’ indicating the most efficient and ‘1 star’ the least efficient. BEE formulates an efficiency parameter and its required value for each appliance. Many of us are familiar with the star rating in ACs & refrigerators. Recently, it was ruled that from Jan…

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Consumer Asks 1: Brand distinction

Consumer Asks 1: Brand distinction

This is blog is based on a comment from one of our older blog, How to differentiate between true manufacturers and marketers in the ceiling fan industry? What’s the difference between 28W & 35W ceiling fans? Does the lesser wattage mean more energy efficiency? How natural breeze mode in Super A1 work?  The distinctions between brands are not just manufacturing and marketing, there is an addition – designers, manufacturers, marketers. Designers – Develop their own technology (Own the technology). Manufacturers…

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BLDC Ceiling Fans Operate At Stable Speed Even During Fluctuations

BLDC Ceiling Fans Operate At Stable Speed Even During Fluctuations

Speed fluctuation in regular ceiling fans Ever experienced that your regular ceiling fan runs at a higher speed in the early hours of the morning or change speed on its own? This speed fluctuation stems from the inherent behaviour of the type of motor used in the ceiling fan. A regular ceiling fan is driven by Alternating Current Induction Motor (ACIM), for which, loosely speaking, the input supply voltage determines the rotation speed. The domestic input supply voltage (ideally 230V)…

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A Fan That Earns You Rs.2/per day For 20 Years or A Fan That Pollutes The Environment – What Would You Buy?

A Fan That Earns You Rs.2/per day For 20 Years or A Fan That Pollutes The Environment – What Would You Buy?

A comparison of BLDC fans with other popular premium ceiling fans in India Ceiling fans are ubiquitous in India, and their prices generally range from Rs. 1500 to Rs. 10,000. Every year about six crore ceiling fans are sold in India, and about 15% of them are premium fans. In the ceiling fan industry, premium fans are fans that cost more than Rs. 2500. The only significant difference between economy fans and most premium fans of top brands such as…

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How To Select The Right Ceiling Fan?

How To Select The Right Ceiling Fan?

It is prudent to spend a few minutes choosing a ceiling fan because it will be with you for over 15 years. It is not as simply about the aesthetics! The factors that must be considered for choosing a ceiling fan are: [1] Required fan size[2] BEE star rating[3] Aesthetics Here is some expert advice on how to pick the best ceiling fan. The Appropriate Fan Size There is a simple method to determine the right size (span) and the…

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A brief note on BLDC motors and their application in ceiling fans

A brief note on BLDC motors and their application in ceiling fans

Motors are the primary component in a ceiling fan and this blog throws light on working of ceiling fan motors especially BLDC motors. Electric Motor And It’s Working We come across hundreds of motors in our daily life from domestic to industrial applications. Motors are electrical machines that convert electrical energy into mechanical energy (rotational motion). This rotational motion can be translated into linear motions as well based on the application. All electric motors have the following parts: Stator –…

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Why super energy efficient ceiling fans?

Why super energy efficient ceiling fans?

Regular old ceiling fans Ceiling fans escape one’s mind when thinking about reducing electricity cost. This forgotten appliance contributes significantly to electricity consumption due to its numbers and hours of usage. The following estimation supports this claim. A regular ceiling fan (1200 mm span) consumes about 75 W at the highest speed.  There are over 400 million regular ceiling fans in India and each of them creates an electricity demand about 39W* (consumption at medium speed). Super energy efficient ceiling…

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