MP100Multi-Port In-Line,Ventilator, 110 CFM

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  • Remote mounted in-line ventilation fans are quiet and efficient residential solutions. The concept is simple: mount a high-performance ventilator in an out-of-the-way spot and you get the power with virtually no sound. Install the housing in the attic or the basement, wherever it's most convenient and discrete.
    • 110 CFM
    • Ventilate multiple bathrooms simultaneously
    • Also great for laundry or other problem rooms
    • Easily handles extended duct runs from a number of different inlets
    • Can be installed in virtually any orientation
    • 6” round outlet; 4” round inlets
    • Use 2, 3 or all 4 inlet ports
    • Two inlet duct covers furnished
    • Plug-in blower simplifies service
    • Air performance is HVI certified and AMCA licensed
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  • Whole House Mechanical Ventilation (WHMV) Specifier

    Code compliant solutions for one and two family dwellings and townhouses up to three stories

    To better serve you in determining your customers’ whole house mechanical ventilation (otherwise known as continuous ventilation) needs, Broan-NuTone has developed this on-line tool.  With our CodeKey Specifier you can be confident that the products choose will meet the latest codes and regulations.  Use this tool to make your specification job easier.

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  • Bathrooms up to (X) Square FeetN/A
    Ceiling InstallationYes
    CFM @ 0.10"110
    CFM @ 0.125"N/A
    CFM @ 0.25"107
    cUL ListedYes
    Duct Direction4 - 4" Rd Inlets, 6" Rd Outlets
    Duct Size6"
    ENERGY STAR® certified productNo
    Globe ColorN/A
    Grille FinishN/A
    Grille LengthN/A
    Grille WidthN/A
    Heater wattageN/A
    Housing Dimension LxWxH10-1/2" x 11" x 9-1/2"
    Housing Height9-1/2"
    Housing Length10-1/2"
    Housing Width11"
    Humidity SensingNo
    HVI CertifiedYes
    Light Bulb Quantity0
    Light Bulb WattageN/A
    Light Bulb(s) IncludedNo
    Lighting TypeNo Light
    Minimum construction space requiredN/A
    Motor engineered for continuous operationYes
    Product Weight16 lbs
    Project PackNo
    Rated Amps0.5
    Rated WattsN/A
    UL ListedYes
    UL Listed for use over bathtubs or showers when connected to a GFCI circuitNo
    Wall InstallationNo
    Warranty1 Year
    Watts @ 0.1"N/A
    Watts @ 0.25"N/A
  • MP100 is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Process and product worked out well
    Date published: 2014-02-03
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product I am very pleased with the fan unit, It is well constructed and does the job as advertised and needed in my basement. It's not the quietest fan but the motor does seem to be well isolated. The volume of air movement definitely requires a fresh air intake though I admit that I haven't installed one yet.. I just crack a window upstairs about 2". It was shipped quickly and arrived in perfect condition I can't ask for more..:)
    Date published: 2012-07-05
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  • How do I control the MP100 in multiple bathrooms?

    I would like to use the MP100 to ventilate two bathrooms, each 50 SF. What is the recommended method of controlling from from two locations? The installation guide only gives the scenario where one ON/OFF switch is used but there should be one in each bathroom for point-of-use control.
    Asked by: Rick
    I must respectfully disagree with customer service. For the proposed installation (multiple bathrooms, each able to turn on the fan), simply wiring standard SPST (typical on/off, or timers) switches in *parallel* will do what you want: (a) if *anyone* turns it on, the fan starts (b) it won't turn off until the *last* switch has been turned off. You will still have to educate your family, since each user will need to turn their switch "on", even if the fan is already running (otherwise it may magically turn off in the midst of their shower).
    Answered by: KilnFan
    Date published: 2017-08-30

    can it be used to exhaust air from steam room?

    Asked by: deg
    Unfortunately, we do not have a ventilation fan that can be recommended for a steam room. Please contact our Technical Service department at 800-637-1453 for further questions or assistance.
    Answered by: BroanCustomerService
    Date published: 2013-10-23

    What controllers can be used with this?

    I would like to have humidity or motion sensor in each of the bathrooms what controls do you have or can recommend for this?
    Asked by: Rich
    The DH100W doesn't apear to have remote sensor option. Since it is basically acting as single pole switch I don't think you can just wire a bunch of these into the 120V circuit either.
    Answered by: Rich
    Date published: 2013-10-23

    How much it costs ?

    Asked by: DIYHO
    You can obtain a price quote by contacting a dealer in your area. To locate a dealer in your area, please visit our website Click on the Dealer Locator section at the top of the page. You can also contact Customer Service at 800-558-1711 for assistance in locating a dealer in your area.
    Answered by: BroanCustomerService
    Date published: 2013-10-23

    sizing chart

    Is there some type of sizing chart to determine which unit is best for the size of my bathroom ?
    Asked by: blazemark
    Thank you for your question on bathroom exhaust fans. The way to calculate the fan size needed for a bathroom is to take the square footage of the bathroom and multiply by 1.07. This will give you the absolute minimum CFM needed for a bathroom with an eight foot ceiling. If you have a 10 foot ceiling, multiply the answer by 1.25, 12 foot ceiling multiply by 1.5 and so on. Again, this is the minimum CFM needed. The optimum would be 1.5 – 2 times the minimum.
    Answered by: BroanCustomerService
    Date published: 2013-10-23
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