Introducing the NEW RM 2400 35-watts of cool solar-power
The perfect solution when your house is TOO HOT.
A Solar Powered Attic Fan equalizes interior and exterior temperatures, safeguarding your home from the worst of winter.
When summer hits, you want a solution with serious power to vent the heat from your attic. The RM 2400 is our biggest attic fan ever, with an industry-leading 35-watt solar panel that generates maximum energy for major air movement.
The RM 2400’s new motor is an absolute beast. It can handle maximum wattage from the solar panel, better converting that power into higher fan speed, while running with ultra-low vibration and sound.
When you don’t need all of its massive power of the RM 2400 or need an internally mounted fan, we have the options you need.
For smaller attics, open ceiling garages and even sheds, you may not need as much power. That’s where the RM 1500 comes in. With a 16-watt solar panel, it creates just the right amount of airflow for efficient venting of heat and moisture.
Designed to mount inside your attic, the Solar Star Ventilation Fan IM 1500 converts passive gable, dormer, powered and whirlybird vents into an active, solar-powered venting system. The 16-watt solar panel sits discreetly on your roof to maintain your home’s curb appeal.
Our attractive attic fans come in multiple profiles. The High Profile Roof Mount for locations with heavy snow loads. The Pitched Roof Mount for north-facing roofs when you need to improve exposure to the sun.
This aerodynamic design is perfect for locations with heavy snow loads. Meets Florida Building Code HVHZ (FL14826) as well as Texas Department of Insurance (RV-57).
This sleek, unobtrusive design is for most pitched roof applications. Meets Florida Building Code (FL10884) and Texas Department of Insurance (RV-57).
A great alternative for north-facing roofs when you need to improve exposure to the sun.
Our proprietary designed flashing, integrates seamlessly with the tile roof structure, making the installation impervious to water.
Maximize motor performance by adding Temperature Controlled Thermal Switch to any attic fan model. Using a thermal switch, the fan will turn off when it gets cold and turn itself back on when the temperature gets hot in your attic. The thermal switch activates when temperatures reach approximately 85° F (29° C) and deactivates when temperatures drop below 65° F (18° C). Can be installed on all attic fan models.
When shadows limit sun exposure and minimize the performance of your Solar Star Ventilation Fan, supplement its operation with the RM 1500 Add-on Panel to ensure continuous operation throughout the day.
Thanks to the solar components in Solatube Attic Fans, they qualify for a federal tax credit. So you not only save on air conditioning costs with an attic fan, but you’ll save on the products and installation too. Take advantage of the tax credit now!
In addition to the benefits of our solar-powered attic fans, homeowners who install Solatube’s powered Whole House Fans to cool their living spaces benefit from having their attics cooled as well.