FS: Heavy duty server case 120mm fan


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ajex

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Hey all,
i got this fan from Nehru place for 450 bux and its BRAND NEW .... but it never made it to my cabinet due to my cabby's small size :ashamed: ... and has been lying around idle since then ... the fan can be connected directly to the UPS/ power switch ... has a great CFM ( dunno the exact value :| ) ... check the pic below .. i think its self explanatory :) .. it has METAL BLADES and is really airy :)



thanks for looking,

Regards,
Ajex
 

SunnyBoi

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I have Sunon A2123HST and A2123HBT as tablefans. These fans are 500g+, so if anyone is planning to use them for heatsinks, forget it :)

AC fans are very loud and have a typical electric hummm around them all the time. Not to hurt anyone's sale, but FYI.
 

ajex

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my 80 mm case fan makes more noise than this :) ... it makes a slight hisssssssssssssssssss/hummm but not very much! ... and its airflow more than makes up for its noise ...
 

BIKeINSTEIN

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AC fan in PC?? :O
lolol...
Mention specs in the first post please. :)
Expecting people to check pics for specs, though pics are a must now, is kinda lame imho. :p
all the best with your sale. :p
 

hmasalia

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Dude!

I suggest you use some other image upload site,

Esp since the one u are using it, is showing some real cheap pics beside it.............
 

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hmasalia said:
Esp since the one u are using it, is showing some real cheap pics beside it.............

:lol: :lol:

But sometimes imageshack does have the same problem while uploading;
 

Chaos

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You should mention this is an AC fan and won't work with computer PSUs as mentioned on the box.
 

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Chaos said:
You should mention this is an AC fan and won't work with computer PSUs as mentioned on the box.

Hey Chaos, nothing's mentioned on the box; :S

And he's already posted this:

the fan can be connected directly to the UPS/ power switch
 

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By seeing the image, it clear shows to be AC 120x120x38 mm fan. It is clearly written on the box in the image showing it to be: "MODEL: 120X120X38/220VAC-240VAC-----Tidar MODEL: 120 X 120 X 38, 220/240VAC~50/60Hz 0.14A---IMPEDANCE PROTECTED"

It all means that it size is: 120 mm X 120 mm X 38 mm

It running voltage is: 220 to 240 volts AC-------"Here it shows it requires AC current and not DC current of SMPS."

It running frequency is:50/60 Hz

Current consumed/required: 0.14 A

It will consume approximately (220 v x 0.14 A =) 30.8 watts of electricity.

This will directly run on our AC current which we get in our homes in India like any other fans, ceiling, table fan, exhaust fans, etc..
 

ajex

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thanks mate ... i owe u some reps for that :)

robertjohn said:
By seeing the image, it clear shows to be AC 120x120x38 mm fan. It is clearly written on the box in the image showing it to be: "MODEL: 120X120X38/220VAC-240VAC-----Tidar MODEL: 120 X 120 X 38, 220/240VAC~50/60Hz 0.14A---IMPEDANCE PROTECTED"

It all means that it size is: 120 mm X 120 mm X 38 mm
It running voltage is: 220 to 240 volts AC-------"Here it shows it requires AC current and not DC current of SMPS."
It running frequency is:50/60 Hz
Current consumed/required: 0.14 A

It will consume approximately (220 v x 0.14 A =) 30.8 watts of electricity.

This will directly run on our AC current which we get in our homes in India like any other fans, ceiling, table fan, exhaust fans, etc..
 

ajex

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it came without the screws ... had to buy the screws separately which iam using with my 80mm right now ...
 
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