Wiring Bath Fan + Heater + Light + Night light


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Old 07-23-18, 12:57 PM
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Wiring Bath Fan + Heater + Light + Night light

There is an old post rearding this same panasonic bathroom heater/fan/light combo but infortunately it is too old to respond to so I had to create a new thread.

My question is would this leviton humidity sensor model# IPHS5-1LW work in place of the timer switch for the exhaust ?
these are the sensor specs:
  • 600W Incandescent, 150W LED/CFL, 400VA Magnetic Low Voltage/Flourescent, 1/6th HP (3-Amp) fan
Does it matter that the heater is 1500watts or does that not matter because it is controlled separately and only the switch for the heater would have to support those requirements?

I want to have:
- a humidity sensor control the exhaust fan ( IPHS5-1LW)
- a timer control the heat (Leviton LTB30-1LZ)
- a motion sensor control the night light
- a basic switch control the regular light

Do you guys see any issues?
 
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Old 07-23-18, 01:45 PM
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Welcome to the forums.

Threads like that are complicated. A new question on a thread like that just causes confusion.

Yes.... all the controls you list will work. You do need to be aware of your wiring. You need a neutral in the switch box. Due to the size of the heater..... depending on the circuit ampacity could require its own circuit.
 
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Old 07-23-18, 02:08 PM
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Thanks Pete, I intend to have a dedicated circuit for this at it does list 20amp required.
 
 

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