- Model# MC-5HS52D
- Brand: Monte Carlo Fan
- Height: 19.2"
- Width: 52"
- # of Blades: 5
- Blade Pitch: 11°
- Motor Size: 153 x 15mm
- Energy Use: Hi:58.80W / Med:31.40W / Low:14.80W
- RPM: Hi:170 / Med:120 / Low:75
- CFM: Hi:4649.4 / Med:3059.44 / Low:1878.60
- Lamping: light kit: (3) 40W (included)
HomeOwner's Deluxe Ceiling Fan features:
- Premium Performance 153 x 12mm torque-induction motor
- 11° blade pitch for optimum air movement
- Extra long 78" lead wires for high ceiling installation with longer downrods
- Dual mount: with downrod or as semi-flush to ceiling
- Remote control adaptable
- Includes decorative light kit with 3 x 40W incandescent bulbs included
- Triple Capacitor, 3 Speed Reversible Motor
- UL and C-UL listed
- 4.5 downrod length
- Limited Lifetime Warranty
We've made comfort easy by including this attractive light kit and a gentle breeze.
Questions and Answers
Have begun search of products and am in need of ceiling fan and a minimum of a 5 light kit. So far have found a "Monte Carlo" MC5HS52 and a lgt kit MC02, but am not sure I like the color/finish options and lgt kits do not all match fan I prefer. I need to soon replace existing fan/lights due to short in one light and no means to repair or replace, so need need unit. Do you have any suggestions that meet my need for a 52" blade with short down rod, 5 blade 3 speed, reversible motor & at least 5 lights of min 60watt standard or candelabra base bulbs. It is the need for superior lighting that prevents any 4 light or 3 light fixture on fan. Lights must operate seperate from fan motor. Know this is a lot to ask, but you seem to have the best options based on your web site. (Want nothing requiring new florescent lamps) Thanks!!!!
May 22, 2010
Can you give me a scope of the amount of wattage you are looking for. Reason being, a five light, lightkit could take 5 bulbs, but could be 20W a bulb and therefore only amount to 100W of light. If I know the approximate wattage of light, it will broaden your choice/options.
May 25, 2010
Thanks for the reply. My dilemma is that I presently have a large dining room with a fan/light set-up that has one light that has become unreliable, and the total number of lamps is 5, (1 large center globe + 4 candelabra side lights), all lamps are 60 watt for a total of 300 watts. Anything less than this total wattage might be ok for dining, but we use the area for other uses as well and need as much light as possible. Even one lamp going out is a hindrance when doing paperwork or writing checks etc.
So far I think I have found the best solution, though I really don't look forward to it......Installing a whole new fan/light system though the present fan is still working flawlessly. If I decide I must go this way I have already decided that the "Monte Carlo" MC-5OR52 English Pewter finish & a Monte Carlo MC02 BP Brushed Pewter 5 Light (60 watts ea) will be the best option, plus with the globe fitter size of 2 1/4" necked glass I can use the 4 " clear bell shades I have, plus purchase 1 matching Monte Carlo MC-G885 which seems to have matching clear ribbed glass. I am assuming the Monte Carlo Light Fixture will easily mount on the Monte Carlo Fan with separate switching for Fan and Light. (My fan is switched by pull chain and runs on house current while my present light, though also switched by pull chain, is wired to a wall switch, though it can also be turned off at the light itself).
I think my research of your products has answered most of my questions. As of today the one faulty light on our fan light is burning, but who knows for how long as it must have a loose connection in the lamp holder, therefore I have printouts on the above mentioned products should I need to place an order. Thanks for your response and help.
May 25, 2010
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