P/N: A2029
   
    
 
 
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Feature
Specification
  
Fan Dimension    120 x 120 x 25 mm
Fan Speed    2650RPM
Fan Speed Control    Adjustable fan speed control, install in free PCI slot
LED Color    N/A
Bearing Type    Dual-Ball Bearing
Noise Level    25.5 dBA @ 1300 RPM ~ 45 dBA @ 2650 RPM
Max. Air Flow    35.43 ~ 95.22 CFM
Max. Air Pressure    1.31 ~ 6.57 mm H2O
Power Connector    3-pin
Rated Voltage    12V
Started Voltage    7V
Rated Current    0.08 ~ 0.50 A
Static Pressure   
Operation Temperature   
MTBF    50000 Hours
Weight   

140 g

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User Manual 231957 05/22/2008
FAQ
 
Q:  Why is bearing type important?
A:  There are several technical differences between ball bearing and sleeve bearings.  What it all comes down to is the reliability, or Mean Time Between Failure (M.T.B.F.)  In an identical environment, a ball bearing fan will continue to function or spin at the specified speed or airflow longer than a sleeve bearing fan.  There are also two commonly used ball bearing fans, single ball bearing or double ball bearing.  The double ball bearing have shown higher reliability rate than a single ball bearing or sleeve ball bearing fan.

 
 


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