The Inca In-Light by Faber features a flush mounted stainless panel which hides the grease filters and reduces noise. With an advanced perimetric filter system, electronic controls, and an included remote control, the Inca In-Light packs a lot of features in a small body that fits into 12" deep cabinets.
295, 395, 600 CFM Motor
Electronic control with Variable Air Management technology
LED light bar
15-minute delay auto shut off
Convertible to Ductless
Includes ADA compliant wireless remote control
- 295, 395, 600 CFM Motor
- Electronic control with Variable Air Management technology
- LED light bar
- 15 minute delay auto shut off
- Convertible to Ductless
- Includes ADA compliant wireless remote control
||35" W x 13" H x 11 3/4" D
|KEY ATTRIBUTES : Width in inches
|KEY ATTRIBUTES : Color / Material
|KEY ATTRIBUTES : CFM
||295, 395, 600
|KEY ATTRIBUTES : Controls
||4 Speed LED Digital Control
|KEY ATTRIBUTES : Lighting
||1 Level LED
|KEY ATTRIBUTES : Grease Filter
||Dishwasher safe mesh with perimeter aspiration
|FABER FEATURE : VOICE OPERATED W/ SMART SPEAKER
|FABER FEATURE : WI-FI CONNECTIVITY
|FABER FEATURE : PRO MOTOR
|FABER FEATURE : VAM (for easy make up air compliance)
|FABER FEATURE :Auto On Heat Sensor
|Make Up Air Compliant
|ADA Compliant Remote Control
||Remote Control Included
|DUCTING DETAILS : Duct Size
|DUCTING DETAILS : Duct discharge (vertical or horizontal)
|DUCTING DETAILS : Venting Type
||Exterior and Recirculating Capable
|DUCTING DETAILS : Blower Included
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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