Scan code: LN145432 Manufacturer code: ACFAN00292A

Arctic 80mm S8038-7K Airflow/Pressure Optimised Server Fan - 4 Pack

80mm Arctic S8038-7K (4 Pack) Fans, Black, Airflow/Pressure Optimised, 5 Blade, Dual Ball Bearing, 7000rpm, 70CFM, PWM

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Scan code: LN145432 Manufacturer code: ACFAN00292A
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Product Overview

New Standards in Energy Efficiency

In server environments, often no attention is paid to the power consumption of the fans used, and these often do not fulfil the requirements for energy efficiency. ARCTIC has set itself the goal of developing one of the most efficient server fans. The progress we have made shows once again that efficiency and innovation do not necessarily have to be expensive. The S8038 series consumes only half the power compared to well-known competitor products with the same performance and also offers a longer service life.


Full Control with a Wide Speed Range

The S8038-7K offers a wide speed range that can be controlled both via PWM and voltage. This enables perfect optimisation of the fan to the specific requirements of the system. With a speed range from 500 rpm to 7000 rpm, it offers an ideal balance between cooling performance and noise development despite different requirements. The standard 4-pin connection additionally allows the S8038-7K to be connected to 2-pin or 3-pin headers and thus be controlled by voltage instead of PWM. The 30 cm long cable offers excellent flexibility when positioning the fan.


Active Cooling for Extended Motor Lifespan

The lifespan of fans is mostly determined by the lifespan of the motor, which is significantly dependent on the motor temperature, especially in long-term operation. The motor of the S8038-7k is actively cooled by an additional impeller in the fan hub. By maintaining lower motor temperatures, its lifespan is extended by up to 50 %. This advance not only leads to improved operating efficiency, but also to significant cost savings in the long run. An adhesive label for the motor hub is included in the delivery, which ensures a long service life even in particularly dusty environments.


Wide Range of Applications

The S8038-7K fits into 2U server cases and serves as an upgrade or replacement for a CPU fan, radiator fan or for system ventilation. In addition to server cooling, it is also used in industrial systems and plays an important role in machine control and automation systems. Reliable and robust, it guarantees performance in various hardware environments and ensures efficient cooling and minimal downtime.


High Airflow and Static Pressure

Heat sinks and radiators benefit from fans with high static pressure. The S8038-7K has a static pressure of 25 mm/H2O, which enables it to push air, even through narrow cooling fins. At the same time, it achieves a maximum airflow of 118.93 m³/h allowing it to quickly dissipate heat from enclosures. These properties make it the ideal choice for a wide range of applications.


Designed for Continuous Operation

The impeller of the S8038-7K is held in place by two ball bearings, making it not only particularly durable but also less sensitive to external influences such as heat and dust.


Features


• Fan Bearing: Dual Ball Bearing.
• Fan Speed: 500 - 7000 rpm.
• Airflow: 70 CFM.
• Speed Control: Pulse Width Modulation - PWM.
• Static Pressure: 25 mm H2O.


Specifications
Pack Information
Edition S8038-7K 4 Pack
Pack Type  
Includes 4 x 80mm Fan/s
Individual Fan Specifications
Fan Diameter 80mm
Fan Depth 38 mm
Fan Speed 500 - 7000 rpm
Fan Blades 5
PWM Yes
Fan Specialization  
Airflow 70 CFM
Air Pressure 25 mm H²O
Sound Level (dBA)  
Sound Level (Sone)  
Motor Type  
Bearing Type Dual Ball Bearing
Manual Speed Controller No
Material  
Fan Colour Black
LED No
LED Colour  
MTBF  
Fan Fixing  
Cable length 300 mm
Connectors  
Additional Information
Scan Code LN145432
Model Number ACFAN00292A
GTIN 4895213704304
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Details
Duration:
72 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
12 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
ARCTIC GmbH
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Arctic 80mm S8038-7K Airflow/Pressure Optimised Server Fan - 4 Pack
Arctic 80mm S8038-7K Airflow/Pressure Optimised Server Fan - 4 Pack