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projects:hardware:facuum [2016/04/07 21:44]
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 +===== Fans =====
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 +We use the San Ace 40 fans, taken from an old server we've got. They have a proprietary 12 pin connector. After further inspection, we found out, that they are actually 4 3-pin Fans.
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 +Here are the pinouts:
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 +^ Fan 1 ^ Fan 2 ^ Fan 3 ^ Fan 4 ^
 +| Red: +3V | Red/White: +3V | Orange: +3V | Orange/White: +3V |
 +| Black: Ground | Black/White: Ground | Grey: Ground | Grey/White: Ground |
 +| Yellow: Tachometric Signal | Yellow/White: Tachometric Signal | Brown: Tachometric Signal | Brown/White: Tachometric Signal |
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 +Sadly, these fans are not reversible, but there is a pin not connected on the PCB, maybe by soldering the +V wire to that pin, we can reverse the fan.
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 +The voltage mentioned in the table, is the minimum voltage needed to start the fan. The maximum voltage is +23V after that, the fan start to lower their speed.
projects/hardware/facuum.1460058288.txt.gz · Last modified: 2016/04/07 21:44 by metalgamer