Keywords: panaflo fba12g12u
Description: The Panaflo name has become synonymous with high quality, hi speed with low noise cooling fans; Recognized as one of the most quiet fans in the world. This fan features Hydro Wave Bearings which
The Panaflo name has become synonymous with high quality, hi speed with low noise cooling fans; Recognized as one of the most quiet fans in the world. This fan features Hydro Wave Bearings which have a longer life than 2 ball bearing fans. Great air flow of 115 CFM with a comparitively quiet noise level (45 dBA), this fan is a good choice for extreme watercooling systems. Features: · Operating Temperature: -10°C -- +70°C (65% RH) · Storage Temperature: -40°C -- +75°C (65% RH) · Bearing Type: Hydro Wave · Connector Type: Plug In · Aerodynamic blade and venturi design · Locked rotor protection and auto-start function · Lower circuit noise by new IC Specifications: Dimensions: 120 x 120 x 38 mm Fan Speed: 2750 RPM Bearing Type: Hydro Wave Bearing Air Flow: 114.7 CFM Voltage: DC 12V Current: 510 mA Power: 6.12W Noise: 45.5 dBA Connector: 3 pin / No 3rd wire Speed Sensor Model # FBA12G12U-1C
This thing is an absolute beast, moves more air than you could imagine, and has extremely high static pressure which makes it perfect for a watercooling radiator or higher performance CPU heatsink as well. One word of advice, don't try to do anything to the fan while it's running, because I found out it also makes a perfect finger trimmer. x_x
As far as noise goes, it does get VERY loud on max, and I HIGHLY recommend using some sort of vibration dampening if you're going to use it as a case fan. But that's not a problem at all, just hook it up to a fan controller and it will still move more air than any of your other fans even when undervolted to less than 50%
It's really not loud at all. I am using this fan as a front chassis intake, which is pointed directly towards my GPU. and helps to keep my Graphics Card and motherboard cool. This fan does such a good job, in fact I can feel a breeze coming out of my vents on the side of my case.
I'm using these in my camper for air flow. They are amazingly good at moving air. Took me a few tries to get a speed controller that would handle the high power the can use.