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This model is designed for any residence, condominium, town house, or apartment regardless of the type of heating system. It is installed through the wall and is completely independent of the heating system. Other items needed for the installation that are not included: 1/4" copper tubing for water line, 1/2" ID plastic tubing for drain, and 2-conductor 18 to 22 gauge wire. These items are included in our easy installation kit.

Included in the Aprilaire 360 Box:
  • (1) Aprilaire 360 case
  • (1) Replacement water panel
  • (1) Saddle valve
  • (1) Owner's manual
  • (1) Installation manual
  • (1) Humidistat / Controller
  • (1) Humidistat installation manual
  • (1) Bag of screws

The two main types of standard humidifiers are the bypass and power fan.

Bypass humidifiers can be installed on either the supply or return plenum and you run a bypass duct to the plenum the unit isn't installed on.

Power-Fan humidifiers can be installed on a vertical run of either the supply or return plenum and uses a fan to distribute humidity into the air stream.

Maximum Coverage Area

Maximum coverage area means this humidifier will perform well for home sizes up to the square footage indicated, provided that the home is “tight." A "tight" home is typically one that is sealed well around windows and doors and does not leak air to/from the outdoors.

Maximum Coverage Area
4500 Square Feet
Water Capacity (GPD)

The amount of water vapor that can be delivered into the home, measured in gallons per day (GPD), that the humidifier can deliver into the space.

Water Capacity (GPD)
12 Gallons/Day
Water Feed Rate
6 Gallons/Hour
Evap. Capacity
.50 Gallons/Hour
Electrical Requirements

The electrical requirements either 24 volts (bypass humidifiers) or 120 volts (power fan humidifiers) that needs to be supplied to the unit.

Electrical Requirements
120 Volts
Remote Sensing Bulb

A remote sensing bulb is a small (about ¼” round) sensor that mounts outside the home and connects by light gauge wire (18 to 22 gauge, 2-conductor) to the humidifier controller. This sensor provides temperature readings to the computerized controller which allows the humidifier to automatically adjust humidity levels in the home based on outside air temperature.

Remote Sensing Bulb
Not Available For This Model
13 1/4 Inches
12 3/4 Inches
Limited Warranty
5 Years