Solar PV Units Target Remote Ventilation Needs

[Product News Brief ] Canada-based ICP solar officially launched a new line of solar products that harness the sun to power small ventilation units without any connection to a main electric supply. With a diameter of 10.5 inches, the iSun SolarVent uses solar cells to power a 4-inch fan that operates silently to deliver 1,000 cubic feet of airflow per hour, according to the company. ICP said a rechargeable battery will allow the unit to run for as much as 48 hours in complete darkness. The company is targeting this product for ventilation needs in boats, recreational vehicles and small structures like cabins sheds or greenhouses. The manufacturer’s suggested retail price ranges from USD $99.99 for a basic unit and USD $129.99 for a “marine” unit that features a stainless steel outer shield. More information at the company’s web through the link below.
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