Honeywell Ceiling Fans 50614-01 Carnegie Ceiling Fan, 52″, Matte Black

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INDUSTRIAL CEILING FAN: Trend-setting, industrial style. This modern fan flaunts warm rustic, dual-finish rough pine / chestnut blades, a bronze finish motor housing as well as Edison-style light bulbs.

EDISON BULBS SPECIFICATIONS: Illuminate your space with three E26 / B10 LED bulbs included, clear glass, 25,000 hours lifespan, 2700k, 80 CRI, dimmable 100% to 20%. Lumens (450), Beam Angle (360).

TRI-MOUNT COMPATIBLE: This fan boasts dynamic hanging abilities. This fan can be mounted with a downrod (standard), angled-mount (sloped) and flush-mount (4” downrod included with purchase).

QUIET, REVERSIBLE MOTOR: Conveniently quiet, 3 speed – reversible motor. Can be run in the winter to aid in rotating warm air and cutting down on energy costs. You’ll love this ceiling fan.

REMOTE CONTROL INCLUDED: This fans includes 3-speed settings, ‘Smart Sync’ for quick setup, ‘Walk Away Light Delay’ and light dimmer. Controlling your ceiling fan has never been easier.

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‎Honeywell Ceiling Fans

Part Number


Item Weight

‎20.4 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎23.07 x 14.8 x 9.29 inches

Country of Origin


Item model number



‎Industrial Cage Light


‎Matte Black


‎Country Rustic




‎Alloy Steel


‎Ceiling Fan

Power Source


Item Package Quantity


Type of Bulb


Mounting Type

‎Downrod Mount

Special Features

‎Remote Control, LED

Included Components

‎Motor, Blades, Light Fixture and Hardware Pack

Batteries Required?


Warranty Description

‎1 year manufacturer





Customer Reviews

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Best Sellers Rank

#3,628 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement)#2 in Ceiling Fans

Date First Available

August 15, 2018

8 reviews for Honeywell Ceiling Fans 50614-01 Carnegie Ceiling Fan, 52″, Matte Black

  1. April27

    Very sleek looking fans. Bought 2, they look and work great! Using the close mount variation, the space between the ceiling and end of the lamp shade is 11 inches.

  2. hftsix

    Bought 2 of these fans for my back patio. The fans were fairly easy to install. The remote receiver was a bit tight to get in place, but it fits perfectly between the bracket supports, getting all of the wires stuffed in is a minor inconvenience. Overall I would consider the installation to be about average for ceiling fans. They look and work great.Pros:Seem to be well made.Pretty easy to install if you have even a little bit of skill.They look great.The light cover is downward facing and open, bugs don’t build up in the cover.They work exactly as expected.Cons:One bulb was broken.

  3. Emily

    We have an angled high ceiling in our living room and needed to replace our old ceiling fan. Found this one and thought it looked sharp. Everything worked easily enough. Bought a 24″ down rod to bring it off the angled ceiling. The hardest part was actually getting the angle right. At the base of the top cover, it wouldn’t allow past a certain angle, so I had to bend it a bit to get it to allow the ceiling fan to sit level. It’s not an extreme angle, but still needed it which we didn’t think would be an issue.The downrod sizing was also strange because the top part that connects with the base/outlet was 3/4″ but the bottom part that connects with the fan was 1″. We had a 3/4″ downrod we used, and I tightened the set screws so it feels solid, but it meant we had to do some balancing on the fan to get it to not wobble.We also bypassed the controller module in place of a wall light dimmer/fan control. When doing so wiring will be:White(fan) to White(outlet)Blue(fan) to Red(outlet)Black(fan) to Black(outlet)Green(fan) to Green(base) to Green or uninsulated copper(outlet)The blue wire controls the light, so you’ll want to make sure you connect it to whatever your dimmer is one. Really good dimming range. Our old fan was a 6-blade 50″, this is a 5-blade 52″, so we thought airflow would be pretty similar and it is. Pretty good for our living room. Also, comes with 3, 5W LED bulbs, which I didn’t expect. My wife really likes the look!Outstanding value. Really difficult to find better quality fans for the lower price, so we were thrilled to find this one. Would definitely recommend for medium sized living rooms!

  4. LMG

    Just installed, it was a pain but did it by myself with limited experience. So far so good, the remote works and it definitely moves enough air in the small room i put it in.My tips for those having problems with installation (not an electrician btw.) WIRE UP THE RECEIVER FIRST even before you install the mount. This way you can push the wiring into the outlet box saving room in the canopy. Secure the mount to the outlet box. Install the blade arms onto the motor. Put together the downrod, yoke cover, canopy, and motor assembly then insert the downrod into the mount. Then insert the receiver into the top of the mount as shown in the picture in the instructions. I only needed a few inches of wiring on each side and spliced them with heatshrink instead of the twist on caps which makes fitting the wiring into the canopy a little easier. Secure the canopy to the mount. Put the blades on the arms, secure the light assembly, install the bulbs. This took me 2-3 hours with trial and error and taking my time, but if I had to do it again I think it would be under an hour knowing what I know now. I hope this helps. I’ll update the review if any problems come up

  5. Tara

    Bought this fan primarily for looks. It’s very quiet. It doesn’t get as much air flowing as my other ceiling fans, even on high.To the people who are having issues installing the fan, the receiver for the remote fits in one direction at the top of the ceiling mount, not shoved into the canopy cover. While my fiance did the heavy lifting for this installation, I had to climb the ladder and show him where to put the receiver as he was trying to shove it in the wrong place as well… the picture in the instructions shows you vaguely where it goes. Remember, it only fits in one way, so if it’s not going in the mount, turn it around and try the other way.

  6. C. White

    I’ve never installed a fan before so this took me a little while. The receiver tripped me up at first and I think the directions for this part need to be written out. You want to put the reviever up in the bracket. Make sure you do this BEFORE you do the wiring. After I figured that part out the rest of the directions made sense. The fan blades were a pain to put up but it’s clear what you need to do. Having a second person to help hold the fan steady would definitely help.I really love this can so it was worth the frustration! It’s super quiet even on the highest speed and I like having a remote instead of chains hanging down.

  7. Dianna

    I replaced a fan in my living room. I actually saw this fan at a friends house and loved it and she was nice enough to send me the link for it. I have sort of a industrial farm vibe and the rose gold metal is my chosen accent color. This fit into my home perfectly and it works well. Hubby did some cussing getting it up, but it was up in a short time and working great. It does move the air quite well. Although I believe he had to go and purchase an extender bar because we have slanted ceiling and needed the fan to be a bit lower than the kit allowed for. It looks great and I’m very happy with it.

  8. Elbow_Grease

    First off, I installed this by myself, just an average DIY’er. I replaced an old fan with this one. So the wiring was all in tact, just a simple swap. Initially I ordered an open box item, in “very good condition” It was in terrible condition and i ended up sending it back for a brand new one. I didn’t elect to use the fans remote feature because I have a casita wireless fan control and can use it through my smart home which works wayyy better.I can’t believe the amount of negative reviews on the this fan, although some of them come from installing the remote which I cant comment on. One reviewer said he was an electrician for 30+ years and this is the worst fan he’s ever installed, that’s so scary considering i had no issues and don’t have anywhere near the same credentials.The worst part of installing this for me was the fan blades. Being that I did this alone with no help it was the most challenging part. I didn’t try it but I would almost recommend installing them before you put the fan up. Either way pay attention. The design is great and it works great with my setup.One thing to consider is you will need to purchase a separate down rod if your not flush mounting it. There aren’t many choices on amazon for a 12” down rod but I did end up finding one. This was slightly tricky since it wasn’t made by the same manufacturer, i just used old parts off the fan I was replacing. There is plenty of wire to travel through the down rod. It took me about an hour and a half to install by my self with the removal of the old fan and a toddler running around…

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