|Light Direction||Down Lighting|
|Light Kit Included||Yes|
|Number of Blades||5|
|Watts Per Bulb||61.8|
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Ellington TIT52WW5LKRCX Titan Ceiling Fan
- Includes 5 whitewash blades
- Includes (1) 12" down rod
- Includes Integrated Light Kit (1 x 100 Watts Halogen)
- Includes Remote Control (RC104 LCD Type)
- 3 Speed Motor
- Blade Material: Wood
- Lifetime Warranty
- Height: 9.84"
- Blade span: 52"
- Blade pitch: 14 degrees
- Number of blades: 5
- Weight: 23.85 lbs.
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Our SKU: TIT52WW5LKRCX
This product is listed under the following manufacturer number(s):
White Motor with Whitewash Blades
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8 Questions from the Community
can this fan be mounted on a slanted (cathedral) ceiling with the 3.5" extender?
Can this fan be mounted with no rod or very short my bedroom ceiling in 8feet only
A. The Ellington Fans TIT52WW5LKRCX is supplied with a 12" downrod and that's the smallest available for this fan. Unfortunately you will have to use a downrod to attack the fan to the ceiling canopy. The Monte Carlo Discus is a similar fan and come with a 6" downrod.
Can you mount this fan with a short rod cause my ceiling is eight feet only
I have a need to install several of these fans. Can the fans be adjusted to work from one remote?
can the light be dimmed
Does this unit have a reversible switch. If so where?
I need a new remote where can I get it from?
do I have to use the light kit? is there an optional cover instead of light? If so, what does it look like?