I purchased recently a Arge Majestic Lumina ceiling fan. It's actually the room that get, because I had three of these in other rooms of the House, two acrylic paddle and a white paddle.
Actually with one of them the store made a mistake and sent a different model, When I complained they did not have the correct template to send, So ended up sending a with motor and acrylic blades Venti-Delta and the part of the fixtures Lumina. Was equal, except for the blade slightly different format and the CAP that is next to the ceiling. Actually I liked Delta model, more efficient second the Procel stamp, and in practice also seems to vent more.
The acrylic paddle are beautiful when they're clean, but when the dust settles the will was to have bought all with white blades, until I resolve to clean and they become beautiful again.
I was surprised to see that, This latest acquisition, the Procel stamp now indicates the category to. Watching the box you can see it's a sticker, pasted above the place where before the seal appeared with a lower category. I believe that improved the engine and Arge now it is more efficient, and they made the stickers to take advantage of the existing boxes.
This time also invested in a remote control, avoiding having to break walls for a new switch or still have to give an outlet to take advantage of the existing box with a switch and a bulb socket, What neither would solve the problem of not having control of the fan out of the reach of hands without having to get out of bed.
The chosen was Remote control for ceiling fan Brand Protection. He has 3 speeds and hours. Is smart enough to wait 40 seconds before change of Hood for fan or vice versa, avoiding damage to the blower. He can also control the lamp, but unfortunately there is no option of parallel, so I ended up not using the lamp button because I didn't want to turn off the traditional switch.
With the lamp off, the Remote Protection worked great, flawlessly and without having to point directly to the infrared receiver. But, with the lamps lit it fails pretty. The strong brightness must disturb the receiver understand the infrared signal. I hope the situation improves when I put 3 LED lamps it, because currently it is provisionally with 3 CFL bulbs of 20W. This setting is somewhat exaggerated, but were the lamps that I had to test at the moment. Left many CFL bulbs of 20W here after I started trading all for LED.