The easiest option might be to install the remote modules, and allow them to completely control each fixture. In this setup, the wall switch will turn everything on and off as before. But when the switch is on, the remotes will allow you to control the lights and fans independently.

Can you run two ceiling fans one switch?

When connecting two fans to the same circuit and controlled by one set of switches, you simply connect the fans’ neutral wires, their ground wires and their hot wires in parallel.

How do you combine light and fan switches?

How to Connect a Ceiling Fan & a Separate Light to One Switch

  1. Shut Off the Circuit Breaker. …
  2. Remove the Wires From the Switch. …
  3. Strip the Insulation From Each End. …
  4. Create a Four-Way Pigtail Splice. …
  5. Test the Physical Connection. …
  6. Screw the Pigtails Into the Connectors. …
  7. Reattach the Switch.

How many ceiling fans can I put on one switch?

There should be no problem running 4 ceiling fans on a single 15 ampere circuit, though it will depend on what else is on the circuit. Say a 52″ fan is 90-100 watts (at high speed), plus three 60 watt bulbs.

Can you control multiple fans with one remote?

Just to be totally clear: YES. A lot of restaurants and other commercial spaces do this with Bond Bridge. The Bond Bridge tends to be able to reach all the fans at once, especially if they are all in one large room.

How do you connect two ceiling fans together?

Quote from Youtube video: So in doing this you would take the two hots which is your black and your blue and wire nut them to your black out of the box like that and then the white would go to the white here.

Can you install a ceiling fan with only one light switch?

Most new ceiling fans can be wired to either a single switch or a double switch. With single-switch wiring, power to the fan is controlled by a standard single-pole wall switch, like a regular light switch.

How do I rewire a ceiling fan from a single switch to a dual switch?

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Quote from Youtube video: On snip. And snip then we'll use our handy dandy little tool here to strip it our stripper. Alright I've got the two of them stripped. We'll twist them together and put them in the nut.

How do you get a light and fan switch on separate switches?

Separate switches for ceiling fan and light

  1. take the 2 wires on the switch that controls the outlet off the switch, twist them together in a wire nut, and push them into the back of the box. …
  2. In the ceiling, connect the red hot wire to the blue wire controlling the fan.

How do you connect two lights to two switches from one power source?

Run 12-gauge electrical cable between each switch and the light it controls. Pull one end of each cable through the back of one of the light fixture electrical boxes. Strip both ends of each cable with a knife, separate the wires and remove 1/2 inch of insulation from the end of each.

Can a ceiling fan have 2 remotes?

Yes, You can control the same ceiling fan with two or more (up to five) remote controls.

How do you connect two Hunter ceiling fans to one remote?

Pairing a ‘2’ Series Model Hunter Fan

Turn the power to your fan off at the wall switch or circuit breaker. Change the Dip switches on the remote transmitter and the receiver ensuring they both match. (Not all receivers have Dip switches.) Restore power to the fan and re-install the batteries in the remote control.

Do ceiling fan remotes interfere with each other?

If two or more ceiling fans have the same frequency they can be controlled by either fan’s remote, which can have a range of 40 to 50 feet. Hence, the other remote is messing with your ceiling fan. This is more likely to affect you if you live in an apartment or a townhouse.

How do you sync a ceiling fan remote?

To sync a ceiling fan remote, turn off the power to your fan for 10 seconds. Now turn on the main power, press “PAIR” on the remote, and wait for the syncing to complete. This can take up to 2-3 minutes depending on the type of ceiling fan. If it works, the ceiling fan will respond to any changes made using the remote.

What is a DIP switch on a ceiling fan remote?

Ceiling fans have a dip (for “dual in-line package”) switch for setting the frequency. Follow these steps to set or reset the frequency of the ceiling fan. Turn off the circuit breaker that provides power to the ceiling fan.

How do you program a fan remote?

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Quote from Youtube video: You want to turn off the power on your switch. And they know you want to do is press those two buttons the up/down button for 10 seconds. You should hear the fan beep.

How do you reset a ceiling fan remote?

There are several ways to reset a ceiling fan remote, but here’s the most straightforward: With the power off, hold down the button until the light on the remote flashes. Then, press and hold it again for 15-30 seconds to resynchronize the remote with your fan.

How do I sync my Harbor Breeze ceiling fan remote?

Press the “Hi,” “Med” and “Lo” buttons on the remote control within 20 seconds to synchronize it to the fan.

Does a remote controlled ceiling fan need a wall switch?

While most ceiling fans are remote control adaptable, meaning a remote can be added if desired, there are some of fans that come with a remote and cannot have a switch installed (i.e. remote only). Majority of fans include a wall switch (3 speed dial) that can be fitted into any standard switch plate.

Can any ceiling fan be wired to a wall switch?

Wire Your Fan

NOTE: An existing wall dimmer switch must be replaced with a single ON/OFF wall switch before installing a Hunter Fan to ensure consistent power flow from the switch to the fan. You cannot operate a ceiling fan with a wall dimmer switch.

Can I install ceiling fan without a switch?

There’s no problem installing the fan without a switch. In many cases folks replace a switched ceiling light fixture with a fan, so the fan uses the switch that used to control the light.