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The Caseta Smart Fan Speed Control is the only HomeKit switch that can adjust the speed of your fan. This enables you to run your fan at four different speeds with just a tap or via Siri. This switch also has a favorite fan speed button right in the center for those times when a physical button is easier to use.

www.hunterfan.com/.../ceiling-fan-accessories-four-speed-slide-wall-control-27181

Operates four fan speeds: H/M/L1/L2 Installs in standard two-wire wall switch - no extra wiring Fan 1.6 amps Rocker switchplate not included Works with Hunter and Casablanca fans, not including the Hunter Original Rated for indoor spaces only

www.grainger.com/.../hvac-controls-and-thermostats/fan-controls/fan-speed-control

Install a fan speed control from Grainger in a standard wall box for efficient control of ceiling, attic, kitchen or bathroom fans. Controls feature split capacitor shaded pole motors and are suitable for ganging. Rotary fan controls have manual low speed trim adjustment to ensure proper restart after power interruption.

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The one-of-a-kind ceiling fan switch easily replaces any standard in-wall switch and enables wireless ceiling fan control from anywhere in the world, at any time of the day. It also features a three-speed control system and integrated LED indicator light.

www.bobvila.com/posts/82070-wiring-on-ceiling-fan-light-combo-with-remote-and...

Fortunately I found a universal/all brand fan speed control wall switch made by Hunter. ... fan with remote. My house is wired with 2 switches for ceiling fan, one for light, one for fan. ...

diy.stackexchange.com/questions/79818/changing-a-pull-switch-to-a-hard-wired...

The switch to turn the light on/off, can be any type of single pole snap switch. The switch for the fan can also be a snap switch, if you wan to use the pull chain on the fan to control the fan speed. If you want to control the fan speed from the wall switch, you'll want to install a fan control switch instead.

forum.universal-devices.com/topic/30130-ceiling-fan-control-with-speed-for-the...

The Insteon switch is $49.95 and then i can turn the fan on and off... or I can get a GE Fan Control switch that turns the fan on and off and allows speed control for around $43 or I can get the HomeSeer fan control, have on/off control, speed control up to 4 speeds and use the LEDs on control as status indicators for otherevents in the whole ...

www.lightingdirect.com/concord-fans-controls/c18034

Concord Transmitter for the Concord RM-08 Ceiling Fan Remote Control. Model: RM-08-A. $20.62. Available in 1 Finish. Compare. Concord 3 Speed Fan and Light Wall Control for Concord Ceiling Fans. Model: PD-002. $28.80. Available in 1 Finish. Compare. Concord 3 Speed Slide Bar Wall Control for Concord Ceiling Fans.

diy.stackexchange.com/questions/69580

If you want direct control of the light and fan from the wall switches, you can usually skip the controller unit in the fan unit, but you lose control of speed and light level. SUPPLEMENT Based on further feedback from the OP, connect the black wire in the ceiling box to the black wire on the remote unit in the fan.

www.doityourself.com/stry/ceiling-fan-speed-troubleshooting

Faulty Connection at the Wall Control. A problem with the ceiling fan speed does not necessarily have to be caused in the fan itself. If the ceiling fan is operating the way it should, check out the wall control. A faulty installation, loose wires or shorted wires can cause the fan to lose speed.