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Solar Attic Fan Roof Mount 2400

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Big Power For Big Impact

 The Solar Star Roof Mount 2400 - 35 Watt Attic Fan generates maximum power to battle built-up heat and moisture in your attic. It’s the ideal solar-powered ventilation solution for large attic spaces and extreme climates.

Four flashing options,  sleek low profile, the pitched roof mount, high profile, and HVHZ high profile that meets Florida Building Code (FL10884) and HVHZ (FL14826), & Texas Department of Insurance (RV-57)

Solar Star Attic Fans unite advanced solar technologies with progressive designs to deliver exceptional power and performance. The result is a ventilation system that efficiently vents heat and moisture from your attic that, when trapped, can damage your home and drive up energy costs. Your attic stays cool and dry, giving you greater comfort and prolonging the life of your roof, all while saving energy and lowering your utility bills.

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35 Watt Solar Powered Attic Fan

Control heat and moisture buildup in your attic with Solar Star Attic Fans. Powered by the sun, they convert your passive vents into an active ventilation system that adds comfort to your home and prevents roof damage. Best of all, they cost nothing to run.



Summer means longer days, more sun, and warmer temperatures. If heat isn’t vented from your attic properly, it builds up and causes problems in your home:

  • Living spaces become hot and uncomfortable
  • Air conditioning units work harder to keep rooms cool
  • Utility costs rise due to increased energy demand
  • Roof structures and materials deteriorate

A Solar Star Attic Fan solves these problems by removing excess heat, giving you a more comfortable interior and lower energy bills.


With winter comes ice, snow, and cold temperatures. When coupled with excess humidity from showers, humidifiers, and dishwashers, it can lead to:

  • Leaks and structural decay triggered by ice buildup on your roof
  • Damage to insulation and framing materials produced by moisture accumulation
  • Weakening of internal structures caused by mold and fungus growth

A Solar Star Attic Fan prevents these issues by equalizing interior and exterior temperatures, safeguarding your home from the worst of winter.

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Solar Star Roof Mount 2400 / 35 Watt: The Big Boss

Amp up your venting power with our biggest attic fan. The Solar Star RM 2400 features a 35-watt solar panel that generates maximum energy for greater air movement.

High Profile Roof Mount
This aerodynamic design is perfect for locations with heavy snow loads. Meets Florida Building Code HVHZ (FL14826) as well as Texas Department of Insurance (RV-57).

Low Profile Roof Mount
This sleek, unobtrusive design is for most pitched roof applications. Meets Florida Building Code (FL10884) and Texas Department of Insurance (RV-57).

Pitched Roof 
A great alternative for north-facing roofs when you need to improve exposure to the sun.


The right profile for the right roof.

Our attractive solar attic fans come in multiple profiles. The High Profile Roof Mount is more of an aesthetic preference while the Pitched Roof Mount improves exposure to the sun. It especially comes in handy for north-facing roof applications.






Add a Solar Attic Fan Thermal Switch to Control Temperature in Your Attic

Maximize motor performance by adding Temperature Controlled Thermal Switch to any attic fan model. Using a thermal switch, the fan will turn off when it gets cold and turn itself back on when the temperature gets hot in your attic. The thermal switch activates when temperatures reach approximately 85° F (29° C) and deactivates when temperatures drop below 65° F (18° C). Can be installed on all attic fan models.



Solar Attic Fan Optional Add-Ons

Want more out of your venting system? Solar Star add-ons maximize performance to ensure every inch of your attic is properly vented. More power to you. 

RM 1200 Add-On Panel - For boosting performance



Solar Star Installation Instructions

Thermal Control Installation Instructions