You're in Total Control

Big Ass Fans has worked alongside Amazon – a global leader in voice recognition technology – to make controlling your Haiku ceiling fan as simple as speaking aloud.

Want to increase your fan’s speed after a run? Just tell Alexa, and she’ll take care of the rest.

Just Say The Word

  • Use simple voice commands to adjust fan speed, light brightness and turn your products on or off.
  • Echo uses far-field voice technology to hear your commands even when you’re across the room.
  • Use Alexa to group Haiku fans and lights together for seamless, synchronized operation.
  • Link your Haiku Home account to the Amazon Alexa app with the push of a button to begin using voice control right away.

Fan Commands

  • "Alexa, turn Living Room Fan on."
  • "Alexa, turn Living Room Fan off."
  • "Alexa, make Dining Room fan slower."
  • "Alexa, increase Bedroom fan speed."
  • "Alexa, set Family Room fan to 20%."
    (Fan speed from 0 (Off) to 100% (Max))

Light Commands

  • "Alexa, turn Living Room Light on."
  • "Alexa, turn Living Room Light off."
  • "Alexa, set Living Room Light to maximum."
  • "Alexa, set Living Room Light to minimum."
  • "Alexa, set the Living Room Light to 20%."
    (Light brightness from 0 (Off) to 100% (Max))

Tip: You can add variations to the commands above. (ex: "Alexa, turn on the office light.")

How to Connect Your Amazon Alexa

Step 1

Install your fan and set up your Amazon Echo according to their instructions. Know your Wi-Fi router's SSID and password.

Step 2

Download the Haiku and Amazon Alexa apps on the App Store (iOS) or on the Google Play Store (Android).

Step 3

Open the Haiku app and follow the instructions to connect your fan and create your Haiku account.

Step 4

Use the Alexa app to connect your Amazon account to your Haiku account. Discover your fan within the Alexa app.