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DC Fan Uses Higher Pressure For Efficient Cooling

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Useful for telecommunications applications and for cooling computer cabinets and racks, the Mixed Flow DC fan generates higher pressure than any other fan in the company's product line. Measuring 7.95" square by 3.5" deep, the compact unit combines characteristics of fans and blowers for increased pressure and airflow. It delivers 375 CFM and a static pressure of 1.5" of water, while generating minimal noise of 59.6 dBA. Available with the new fan is the company's ThermalPro-V technology. This technology automatically adjusts the airflow based on current temperature needs, minimizing power consumption and noise, and eliminating expensive circuit redesigns. Also available is an automatic restart feature to ensure operation will resume after power failure or overheating. The 4.6 lb. fan operates at a temperature range of -10¡C to +70¡C and runs at either 24 VDC or 48 VDC. COMAIR ROTRON, San Diego, CA. (619) 661-6688.

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