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Gelid Solutions 3-pin Fan Resistor Cable

Reduce the speed, noise and airflow of any 12 volt fan with this handy little cable from Gelid.

Features

  1. Cheap simple way of quietening fans
  2. Reduces fan speed by around 50%
  3. Premium black sleeve cable
  4. Compatible with 3-pin and 4-pin fans

The Gelid 3-pin Fan Resistor Cable is a very simple way of reducing the fan speed (RPM) of any 12 volt fan. In turn, this will reduce the noise emitted by the fan and also the amount of air it moves (usually measured in CFM, cubic feet per minute). The amount of speed, noise and CFM reduction all depends on the type of fan it is being used on, but expect the figures to be around 50% lower. It is compatible with standard 3-pin fans as well as 4-pin PWM fans, although when used with a PWM fan you will lose the automatic voltage regulation a PWM fan offers.

Please note: This cable will only work with 12 volt fans. If used on a 5V fan the fan blades may not rotate without intervention due to not receive enough power.

SpecificationsGelid 3-pin Resistor
Cable Length (mm)110
ColourBlack
Net Weight (g)3
Electrical Resistance (Ω)43
Warranty24 months
EAN barcode4897025782334
SpecificationsGelid 3-pin Resistor
Cable Length (mm)110
ColourBlack
Net Weight (g)3
Electrical Resistance (Ω)43
Warranty24 months
EAN barcode4897025782334

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