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Martec Lighting

Zodiac 52″ DC 1320mm 2, 3 or 4 Blades Ceiling Fan Only Martec lighting - MZF134TSR, MZF134WSR

Martec Lighting

Zodiac 52″ DC 1320mm 2, 3 or 4 Blades Ceiling Fan Only Martec lighting - MZF134TSR, MZF134WSR

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Product Description

The Zodiac is a quality made 1320mm precision moulded ABS interchangeable 2,3 or 4blade system designed for high air movement, tropical rated designed for coastal outdoor applications.

  • Energy saving DC motor
  • 6 speed remote control included
  • Reversible summer/winter function
  • Aero-dynamic blade technology with easy switch interchangeable 2,3 or 4 blade system
  • Non rusting / anti corrosive


  • Rotational Diameter: 52" (1320mm)
  • Blade Material: ABS
  • Blade Pitch: 19°
  • Motor Wattage: 54w
  • Motor Type: DC Motor
  • Controller Type: 6 speed remote control with step dimming and blade reverse function
  • Summer / Winter Reverse Yes - Via remote control
  • Installation Location: Suitable for indoor, outdoor and coastal applications
  • Speed: 1 Speed | 2 Speed | 3 Speed | 4 Speed | 5 Speed
  • Power: 6w | 8w | 13w | 27w | 38w | 54w
  • Max Air Flow: 22,440m³/hr

Order Code
MZF134TSR - Titanium
MZF134WSR - White

All products are priced in New Zealand Dollars (NZD).

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