The Discus Trio is a three-blade version of the popular 52" Discus ceiling fan by Monte Carlo. With a minimalist, contemporary design, and three color options, two of which with reversible dual finish blades, it can complement a wide variety of room décor. The Discus Trio features an integrated 18W LED downlight with 700 net lumens of output, 2700K CCT and a CRI of 80+. An optional finishing cap is available for use without the light. Damp-rated for indoor/outdoor use, the Discus Trio also comes with a hand-held remote with four speeds, reverse and LED light dimmer.
- Premium power 172 X 20 mm torque-induction motor for quiet operation
- Designed for enclosed patios and bathrooms.
- Triple capacitor, 4 speed reversible motor.
- Precision balanced motor and blades for wobble-free operation.
- 16 degree blade pitch designed for optimal air.
- Extra long 6.5 foot lead wire for use with long downrods.
- Includes Wall / Hand Remote with reverse and downlight.
- Limited Lifetime Warranty.
1 Integrated 18w Max. (included)
||Fan: 15 11/16''
Min. Ceiling Height: 7 15/16'
||Safety Listed for Damp Locations
||This product may be mounted on a sloped ceiling
This product is dimmable.
This fan comes with a light kit.
Flush mount hardware is included
This advanced LED technology is carefully designed and selected to consist of the highest quality LED chipsets for superior performance and reliability.
Remote included for easy operation
This product complies with TSCA Title VI
Integrated LED fixtures that meet the high efficacy LED standards set forth in Title 24 and are listed in the California Energy Commission Appliance database.
||Limited Lifetime Warranty
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