|Item model number||AF0007|
|Item Weight||9.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4.7 x 4.7 x 1 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||4.72 x 4.72 x 0.98 inches|
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- Application for Notebook and Desktop, Anything can connect to USB Power
- Convenient cooling solution for "Mobile user”.
- VR knob : Adjust fan speed manually.
- One-touch retractable USB power cable box.
- Directly plug into USB port. Unnecessary additional power supply .
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Product Features: P/N – AF0007; Dimension - 120 x 120 x 25 mm; Rated Voltage - 5V DC; Started Voltage - 4V DC; Operating Range - 3.5 V to 5.5 V DC; Technical Details: Fan Type: USB; Fan Speed: 800 to 1500 RPM; Air Flow: 66.55 CFM; Bearing Type: Sleeve; Fan Dimensions: 120 x 120 x 25 mm
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Perhaps one key difference between the two is that the Mobile Fan III allows me to tilt the angle of the fan. For me this difference is important because I need to control the vertical air flow angle of the fan.
My overall impression of this product is very positive. It does what it's designed to do. I especially appreciate how dead silent the fan runs, and I keep the fan speed setting in the low to medium range. The price is right too. I highly recommend this product if you need extra cooling from a USB power source.
Since fans do gather dust and become noisier over time, I'll provide an update when I notice any significant changes in its performance.
Why is it every fan I looked up, some idiot said they are horribly noisy? Do competitors do this as they know noise is a big issue?
A couple times I have checked to make sure this is still running it is so quiet. And just look at the construction!
I bought my ps3 a couple months ago and cleared an area to dedicate to it, my controllers, chargers and games in my maple wood entertainment center. Closed the door and started playing. Looks beautiful, move and duel shock controllers signal work through the door. Opened it up after a few hours to change games or something and oh my goodness, what heat. This can't be good.
I came on line to see what there were for fans. I saw a couple that look like the quality high velocity fans I use in house windows.
They look ok. Always a comment about noise from at least one or two. Some everyone agreed was loud and or cheap.
Looking at this one, I hoped it would be quiet and work well. Here is why.
Looking at the pics, I could see it was well put together. The retractable cord, steel grill and stand. Adjustable speed, and usb powered.
PLUS, looking at it, I could see that the grill and stand could be removed with the 4 small nuts and bolts.
I immediately thought, "I wonder if I removed the grill and stand, would those bolts reach through the wood in the back of my entertainment center.
Yes they do!! I just installed and it pulls the hot air out like no other could.
I drilled a 3" perfect size round hole for this fan with a hole drill bit I happened to have to drill ventilation and cord holes in this cabinet years ago. I think I got it at sears.
I made the hole about 1/2 inch from the top of the back wall where hot air collects. Holding the fan in place, I drilled one tiny hole through the bolt hole into the wood. Attached that bolt loosely and drilled the second and so on.
Since the speed control was originally facing where the air was going I thought I might have to mount this on the outside back of the cabinet. Luckily, after removing the bolts, I was able to reattach the speed control bracket on the back and mount this on the inside.
The air that blows out is incredible.
I am going to get a second fan as I originally planned. This one I will place in front of the 3" hole I drilled at the bottom of this back wall so the cooler air being pulled in will blow on the ps3 instead of just rising.
The reason I didn't buy 2 at once is I wanted to make sure this was quiet and also if it would work plugged into a multiple usb hub.
The second one I will probably not mount as I can just set it on the floor and angle it as I see fit. I will drill a small hole to the side, out of the way just wide enough for all the wires that go in and out.
My usb hub has an electrical cord. If I plug the cord in, the fan will run whether the ps3 is on or not. If I use it without the power cord, the fan shuts off when the ps3 is off. PERFECT!!! The area will be ventilated and remain cool while the clutter of the equipment is hidden from my eye as well as the eye of a possible thief.
NOW, since removing the protective grill could invite minor injury from the plastic blades and damage to the fan, I am not recommending you try this. I am just telling you what I did.!
I will try to remember to upload a pic or two to show you how nice it looks and how you can HYPOTHETICALLY do it too if I didn't explain it well enough. :)
This is how to use fans to cool your crib as well. Put a fan or two in windows facing out, This pulls the fresh air from windows on the other side of the house. If you have 2 floors, put them in the second floor with only windows on the other side downstairs open. The cross breeze ifs incredible. If you smoke, it really clears that out nicely as well.
This is an excellent, quality product we've been using virtually nonstop for over two years now. It hasn't failed, and has performed flawlessly. My only gripe is that they cost as much as they do. I wish I could by them in larger quantity for a lower price per unit! How about a five pack for $49.99?