Gladiator™ with DC Motor™ (MOTOR ONLY)

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Quick Overview

Energy Star Most Efficient 2015

With the greatest combination of power, versatility, technology, and energy efficiency in the fan industry, the Gladiator has it all. Utilizing the new DC motor controlled by a 6-speed remote control, the Gladiator comes in all of Regency's best finishes, maximizing the choices for the perfect fan for almost any room.
Recommended TB60 Blades.
Decor-Match System
Additional Decor-Match blade options available
Additional Decor-Match Blade Options Available
Light Kit Adaptable
Light Kit Adaptable
Remote Control Included
Remote Control Included
Select Touch Wall Transmitter

What is a DC motor?

A direct current (DC) motor is a fairly simple electric motor that uses less electrical current by utilizing powerful magnets of opposite polarity.These magnets create an internal magentic force that works to rotate the motor, resulting in a significant energy savings.

DC MOTOR         125 x 30 mm
Measurement 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th
WATT (W) 4.7 8.2 11.6 17.5 24.4 32.3
AMP (A) 0.08 0.14 0.18 0.25 0.33 0.45
RPM 50 65 78 92 106 121
AIRFLOW (CFM) 2787.6 3443.94 4085.43 4859.42 5455.99 6564.5
EFFICIENCY (CFM/W) 633.53 529.84 408.54 373.80 272.80 218.78

GL3-AC, Antique Copper fan shown with TB60-AC Antique Copper blades and LK272-AC LED light kit

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Other Finishes

  • GL3-BN, Brushed Nickel fan shown with TB60-CR Cherry blades and LK65-BN light kit
  • GL3-SS, Satin Steel fan shown with TB60-MP Maple blades
  • GL3-CW, Chalk White fan shown with TB60-CW Chalk White blades
  • GL3-AC, Antique Copper fan shown with TB60-AC Antique Copper blades and LK272-AC LED light kit
  • GL3-ORB, Oil Rubbed Bronze fan shown with TB60-ORB Oil Rubbed Bronze blades

Additional Information

Motor DC 125mm motor
Speed 6-speed
Blade Pitch (Degrees) 16°
Downrod 6" downrod included
Mount Type Mounts to sloped ceilings up to 22° 5/12 pitch
Box Weight (lbs) 22.4
Note Multiple GL3 fans cannot operate on the same circuit. Each GL3 fan must have its own power switch.