Inside the box

Before opening the carton box of your Superfan, please match the model number printed on the fan motor box and the blade box. Please do not interchange the blade and the fan motor of one model with other models.

Please bypass the regulator connections while installing the Superfan (except for regulator model).

Safety & Maintenance

Note: Please turn OFF the mains power before handling your fan.

Please read these instructions carefully before handling your Superfan:

  • Always ensure that the power to the fan/fan terminal is OFF and is safe to work. Take precautionary steps to the avoid power being restored to the terminal accidentally.
  • Electrical wiring to the terminal must be done by a qualified electrician only.
  • Store the remote battery in a place where children cannot reach.
  • Do not dispose of the battery in the fire.
  • Do not short or disassemble the remote battery.

Please install the fan with the minimum clearances given in the figure below to avoid performance loss.

*assuming ideal conditions

Clean the fan leaves and motor using a soft wet cloth at regular intervals. Do not use cleaning solvent. While cleaning, take care not to bend the leaves.

How to install Superfan?


Remove all the items from the box and gently place them on a clean, soft surface. The blades must be carefully handled to avoid deformation resulting in less-than-optimal performance. Hold the motor in a stable position with the shaft pointing upwards.


Mount the blades to the motor using the screws and spring washers. Tighten the screws sufficiently. Do not let the fan rest on the blades to avoid deformation.

Note: 60 inch may need the motor to be rested on raised platform to avoid the fan resting on the blade.


Fix the slit end of the downrod tightly onto the shaft using the bolt, washers, spring washers, and nuts.


Insert the cotter pin through the bolt hole and bend its ends to fasten it.


Insert the phase wire (usually red) and the neutral wire (usually black) through the hole on the side of the downrod at the top. Pull them out of the slit and connect them to the terminal block.


In the safety rope assembly, unscrew the metal clamp to part it into two pieces, and unwind the safety rope. Pass the un-beaded end of the safety rope through the support clip from bottom to top. Pull out through the support clip until the beaded end fastens to the support clip.


Insert the free end of the safety rope through the hole in the downrod that is free from wires. Push the safety rope through the downrod and pull it out from the hole on the side of the downrod at the top.


Insert the bottom canopy (one without the logo) through the downrod. Place the canopy holder on top of the bottom canopy such that it rests on the inner step of the canopy. Now insert the top canopy (one with the logo) through the downrod and pull it down through the canopy holder until it is obstructed by the bottom canopy. The top of the downrod must be visible as shown in the figure.


Fix the shackle kit in the ceiling hook. Ensure the tightness of the shackle nut so that the rubber support holds the clamp in the ceiling firmly.


Fix the fan assembly onto the shackle using bolt, washer, spring washer, nuts and ensure tightness. Put the cotter pin into the bolt hole and bend its two ends apart to lock.


After the fan is secured by the shackle kit, pass the safety rope through one pair of holes in one piece of the metal clamp as shown in the figure.


Loop through the ceiling hook and pass the free end through the other pair of holes in the same piece of the metal clamp. Leave a slack on the loop so the fan is not supported by the safety rope alone.


Fasten the other piece of the metal clamp onto the looped piece using the screw and nut to secure the safety rope. Fold the free end of the safety rope back into the downrod from the top and raise the canopy to the ceiling.


Connect the Phase and Neutral wires coming out from the downrod to the ceiling rose. Connect (Green/Yellow) mains earth wire to the screw marked as on the Shackle kit.

Note: Adjust the canopies such that the top canopy covers the shackle assembly near the ceiling and the bottom canopy covers the terminal block connector of the fan. Canopy touching the fan motor will lead to rubbing noise. Safety rope holds the fan temporarily to the ceiling hook during the primary suspension system’s failure. The failure may occur due to improper installation, material failure, improper ceiling, etc. In case of primary suspension system failure, turn OFF the fan and secure the ceiling fan.

All models

Rated Input Voltage (VAC) : 230, 1 Ph
Input Voltage Range (VAC) : 90 to 300
Rated Frequency (Hz) : 48 to 50
Power Factor : >0.9

Remote Battery: Lithium Coin Battery, 3V (CR2032) or Equivalent

Remote functions

Note: The LED light in the center of the fan motor glows or blinks according to the button you press from the remote or the speed you select by using the wall switch. Remote features may vary based on the model.


To enable this function:

1. Select the desired timer function (6 Hrs or 2 Hrs).
2. The LED indicator will blink for 5 seconds. Before the blinking stops, select the desired speed (1 to 5 or OFF) at which the fan should run after the set time elapses.
3. After the speed selection, the LED stops blinking and the timer function will be enabled.
4. If no speed is selected during the 5 seconds window, then the fan will run at one speed step lower than the current speed after the set time elapses.

Note: The following scenarios will disable the set timer function.

1. If any key is pressed after the timer function is enabled.
2. Power failure.
3. A new timer function is enabled during the timer operations.
4. If the fan enters Standby mode, Breeze mode or Fine tuning mode. (T6 Remote)

What to do if Remote is lost?


Remote & Wall Switch Model

Superfan can be controlled by toggling the wall switch (OFF/ON). To set the desired speed step, begin from the ON state and toggle OFF/ON wall switch as mentioned in the table below. Ex. If you desire speed 5, switch ON (wall switch) the fan, then toggle the wall switch 7 times ending with the ON position. Delay between ON and OFF should be less than 1.5 seconds (Refer Video).

Remote , T4 & models Remote T6 Model Toggle Count
Speed 1 Low 3
Speed 2 Medium 4
Speed 3 High 5
Speed 4 6
Speed 5 7


(Regulator model only)

Speed of the Superfan can be controlled by adjusting the Superfan regulator knob to the desired speed position.

Standby mode: If the fan is switched OFF through remote; LED will glow steadily. To turn OFF the LED, press ON/OFF key again within 5 Seconds, from the time when the fan is switched OFF through the remote.

Explore: T4 REMOTE

Product Specifications - All models

Parameters Values
Series Super A Super X Super V Super J Super E Super Prime
Model A1/AF/AR X1/X7/
X7C04 X7C03 V1/V7/
V7C04 J1/J7/RJ/
J7C04 E1/E7/
E7C04 E281/
Span (mm) 1200 1200 1400 900 1200 1200
Typical speed (RPM) 350 385 335 265 270 240 420 365 375 325 350 380
Typical input power(Watts) 35 35 25 14 40 27 25 18 35 25 28 35
Air delivery (m 3 /min) 230 230 190 135 270 220 150 120 230 190 220 220
Service Value
(m 3 /min/watt)
6.57 6.57 7.6 9.64 6.75 8.14 6.0 6.67 6.57 7.6 7.86 6.29
Blade shape

Product Specifications - Super Q

Parameters Values
Series Super Q
Model Q361/
Span (mm) 900 1050 1200 1200 1400 1500
Typical speed (RPM) 320 280 240 270 230 210
Typical input power(Watts) 25 25 25 35 35 40
Air delivery (m 3 /min) 150 210 230 260 300 340
Service Value
(m 3 /min/watt)
6.0 8.4 9.2 7.4 8.0 8.0
Blade shape

The values are under standard test conditions. The tolerances of the same comply with the ceiling fan standard IS 374:2019. Specifications are subject to change without prior notice.


Problem Causes Solutions
Fan restart Ceiling fan mains connected through regulator Bypass or disconnect the regulator (Except regulator models)
Power is ON but the fan is not working.

Power is ON, Regulator at some speed, fan doesn’t rotate
1. Circuit breaker tripped Reset the breaker
2. Loose connection of wires Tighten the wire connections
3. Failure of regulator (only for regulator models) Replace with new regulator
Remote does not work Remote battery drain Replace the old remote battery with new battery (lithium coin cell battery CR2032 or equivalent)
Remote does not work even with new battery Remote problem Replace the old remote by new remote. Contact us: 1800 425 78737
Noisy operation 1. Bottom canopy touching the top cover of the fan Adjust the bottom canopy so that it does not touch the top cover
2. Fan leaves are not fixed tightly Tighten the mounting screws of the blade/td>
3. Input wires coming out from the downrod touching the top cover of the fan Reduce the length of the wire so that they are not touching the top cover
Excessive shaking Down rod is not fitted tightly Tighten the bolts and nuts
Initial jerk and starting problem Shackle kit is loose Tighten both the bolts and nuts in the shackle kit
Superfan LED glows for 5 seconds while running Overload due to:
1. Wrong installation
Refer installation instructions
2. Deposition of dust on the blades Clean the blade periodically

Warranty Conditions

VDPL guarantees to the purchaser that this product carries a limited warranty for the period of three years, commencing from the date of purchase. In case of product registration, two years extended warranty will be provided in addition to three years (hence total of five years warranty). This limited warranty applies only to the fan motor and hence not applicable to the other accessories or peripherals like shaft, canopy, shackle kit, down rod, fan leaf and remote control. Register the product through online at this Warranty registration page or call (Toll-free) 1800 425 78737 / chat on WhatsApp @ +91 9489078737 with the serial numbers & bill date of the products purchased.

For more info read: Manufacturers Warranty

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