Flashed Base) Designed
for sloped roof installations on composite shingle or flat roof
material. Roof slope should be such that the potential for standing or
pooling water is not considered a potential problem. Surface mount
models designed for most standard sloped roofs with regular or
profile, 7-1/2” high, square design blends in well with angular pattern
of shingles. Heavy gauge stainless steel bird and insect screen
provides maximum protection from insects and animals without impeding
air flow. Specially designed one-piece, 12” aluminum 5-blade fan is
pitched for maximum airflow and operates whisper-quiet with no harmonic
7-1/2” high profile, Flush Mount Design
• 20 watt, state-of-the-art solar panel circuitry captures sunlight
even on overcast days. Totally weatherproof panels designed for optimum
efficiency constructed of tempered glass to resist hail and extreme
• Dome and Base molded with UV-stabilized ABS color-dyed plastic to
prevent damage from sunlight and provide greater stability. Low
profile, square design integrates well with shingles.
• Hurricane rated to 140 mph winds.
• Quality hardware used throughout. 16AWG stainless steel brackets and
bolt, nuts and self-tapping screws for stability and long life.
• Whisper-quiet, direct current, variable voltage, sealed ball bearing
and hardened shaft motor with steel motor housing dynamically balanced
for superior performance.
• Specially designed one piece, 12” aluminum 5 blade fan pitched for
maximum air flow. Operates quietly with no harmonic noise.
• Heavy gauge, stainless steel bird and rodent screen with 1/8”
openings provides maximum protection from insects and animals without
impeding air flow.
• One unit ventilates attic spaces up to 1800 sq ft
• 5 year limited defective parts warranty
Benefits of a Solar
Powered Super Cyclone
All attic ventilators, powered or solar vent out the hot air built up
within the attic, but a solar unit offers additional benefits not
possible with a powered product. Because a Solar Dynamics PAV turns on
at dawn, it goes to work immediately, first to eliminate the moisture
that has built up from the cool overnight air, and second, to prevent
heat build up before it has a chance to build up to the point of
convection. A standard PAV has to reach a high temperature before the
thermostat kicks in and tells it to start working. By this time the
moisture has already worked its way into the insulation and the walls,
doing its damage. Because it has to play “catch-up” the PAV is already
starting out at a disadvantage and must run all day. Driven off AC
power, a PAV can be noisy emitting “harmonic noise”, and although it is
possible to override the thermostat and let it run, the motor is not
designed to handle this constant demand.