These graphs show the energy consumption of a low energy DC-motor ceiling fan compared with a traditional AC-motor ceiling fan. The DC ceiling fan has 6 speeds whereas the AC fan has 3 speeds but even in high speed the DC fan only uses 30 watts of electricity, whilst still achieving the same RPM as the AC fan.
The first graph shows the power consumption of the fan motor only.
This graph shows the difference in power consumption when a light is added to the ceiling fan. The DC motor chart shows the fan with a low energy LED light, whereas the AC motor chart shows the fan with a standard G9 light fitting. Each LED bulb is just 3.8w - a massive 94% energy saving on a 60w G9 bulb.