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Description

Scan your LAN, view fan status, and control all your network connected AirScape whole house fans! You can now use the AirScape Fan Controller app to control your Gen 2 Control AirScape whole house fans. No more need to boot up the browser or reach for that wireless remote.

With the AirScape Fan Controller app, you can:
* Conveniently SCAN your network (LAN) and find all connected AirScape whole house fans
* CONTROL any of the connected fans via the buttons on the app, just like a remote control
* VIEW status/temperatures/timer/SafeSpeed/interlock messages
* RENAME (assign custom names) to each whole house fan for easy identification
* ASSIGN a manual entry IP address to eliminate scanning on non-standard networks

Note that the app must be installed on a device connected to your local network (wifi on phones). It does not operate over phone carrier networks (3G/4G, etc.). Only AirScape whole house fans equipped with 2nd Gen Controls and connected to your local network can be found and controlled.

What’s New

Version 1.1

This app has been updated by Apple to use the latest Apple signing certificate.

Minor fix in the scan for slightly older Operating Systems.

Ratings and Reviews

2.3 out of 5
12 Ratings

12 Ratings

John.Fairfax ,

Doesn’t find my fan

Use the green airscape WH fan controller. It works. Even after manually entering the the UP address the buttons to control the fan don’t work on the app. Airscape needs to update it. The Green Airscape WH Fan Controller app works hope the developer keeps it updated.

Scott H $ ,

Awesome fan, but a so so app

Airscape is the best whole house fan on the market period! But the app could use some updates. The scan feature is not reliable, the fix is to reserve an ip address for your fan so the app knows right where to look every time. The app has lots of data but its only there for informational purposes. The fan should utilize its ability to sense indoor and outdoor temps to automatically turn the fan on and off? Example; If your AC is set for 74F and the outside ambient temperature drops below 73F then the fan should come on. Even if the AC is currently set to run, the cooling effects of the outside air will keep the house cool enough to keep the AC from running. The app should also have a low limit to turn off the fan if it the indoor temp gets too low. So the fan should run if the outside temp is below 73F and the inside temp is above 70F. Seems simple enough right? Come on Airscape, a little more work and it will be the best fan AND the best app!

seeingimonkey ,

Great fan, good app

I love my Airscape whole house fan and have run it every night this summer to cool the house for the next day. I had to program my wireless router to reserve an IP address for the fan so the app knows where to find to the fan. I never had luck when using the “scan” feature to search for and connect to the fan.

App Privacy

The developer, AIRSCAPE, INC., has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.

No Details Provided

The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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