Here's an example of the kind of the energy savings you can make when you switch to a Hyper Fan from an AC fan with a roughly comparable airflow:
6-Inch Hyper Fan (560 m3/hr)
0.042 kw/h x 24 hr x 365 days = 367.92 kw/h per year
6-Inch KSA (730 m3/hr)
0.26 kw/h x 24 hr x 365 days = 2277.6 kw/h per year
At 17p per unit of electricity (the UK average), the Hyper Fan would cost £62.55 to run on full-power for an entire year. The KSA, on the other hand, would cost £387.19!!! That's a maximum potential saving of £325!!! Note that the KSA fan is slightly more powerful, but even with this difference factored in, the Hyper Fan is much more economical to run for every cubic metre of air that it shifts.
Please be aware that the UK has recently been flooded with cheap Hyper Fan copies. Be very cautious about buying Hyper Fans that have been heavily discounted, as you may end up very disappointed – we only ever stock the genuine article.
What Cables Do I Need?
V2 Hyper Fans connect to the supplied controllers using 5m RJ11 cables. However, with the aid of a separate adapter (cable pack 16), you can connect them to almost any controller in the G.A.S range.
Gavita EL1F or EL2F
Enviro Controller (use active or non-active cables)
AC-EC (use active or non-active cables)
EC Fan Speed Controller (requires active cables)
EC1 (requires active cables, but supports one fan only - do not use a splitter)
EC5 (requires active cables)