EK-Loop Connect Fan & LED Control Hub
EK-Loop Connect Fan & LED Hub, 6x 4-pin Connectors, 6x D-RGB Headers, 3x Temperature Probe Headers, Control Hub
By DPD On 14th Aug
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Protect against installation damage for 28 days.
ScanProtect is an enhanced warranty specifically designed and offered by Scan to reduce the risk of any mishap or damage to components during installation.
Our aim with ScanProtect is to encourage our customers to upgrade or build their own PC confidently. For a small additional fee our customers are provided with complete peace of mind.
- 48HR REPLACEMENT If you need to return this item, your replacement will be dispatched within 2 working days of your product arriving back at Scan. More info
The EK-Loop Connect is a powerful, straightforward information and control hub for all the relevant parameters in your liquid-cooled PC. A Fan, Pump, and an Addressable D-RGB controller unit that is designed from the standpoint of an enthusiast, but at the same time, not over-engineered. The easy-to-navigate software interface is simple enough for beginners and advanced enough for enthusiasts. The key features of the software are thoughtfully laid out to keep custom loop liquid cooling healthy!
The EK-Loop Connect is one of, if not the most powerful mainstream fan and LED controller available on the market, topping off at 170W of total power delivery. It's capable of delivering 20W per each 4-pin fan header, combining up to a total of 120W. The industry-standard, non-proprietary addressable D-RGB headers can each handle 8W of power.
With six PWM fan headers capable of delivering a total of 120W (20W per header), you can connect multiple fans since standard PWM splitter cables can also be utilized. The same applies to the addressable D-RGB headers as they can deliver up to 8W of power on each connector. Each header can be used to connect multiple D-RGB products by using an EK D-RGB splitter cable. To put it into perspective, that's enough for ~20 EK-Quantum Vector D-RGB water blocks. For specific EK-Quantum D-RGB water block power consumption check the table on our blog.
The unit is equipped with several safety features that ensure a restless a worry-free experience with the EK-Loop Connect. The built-in temperature sensor will make sure the fans and attached pumps are ramped up to the maximum speed if the software records CPU temperatures over 90-100°C.
An LED overpower protection system will make sure you will not damage the controller unit or your addressable D-RGB LEDs. If by any chance, one of the D-RGB headers will be overloaded, the unit will automatically set the colour all the LEDs attached to a red colour. A static red colour is using only 1/3 of the total power draw and also acts as a warning colour for the user to take action and reduce the number of LEDs attached.
1x (PWR) 4-Pin Female Molex (2x Female SATA to 1x Male Molex Adapter Included).
6x (F1-F6) Standard 4-pin PWM Fan Header.
6x (L1-L6) D-RGB Header 3-Pin 5V Digital LED Header (Pinout: +5V, D, Blocked, Ground).
3x (T1-T3) Temperature Probe Headers.
1x (FLO) Flow Meter Connection (upcoming product).
1x (LVL) Coolant Level Indicator (upcoming product).
1x USB 2.0 Data Header.
1x (EXT) Data Header 4-Pin 2.5mm Pitch for Daisy Chain (upcoming product).
Dimensions (LxWxH): 126 x 70 x 18mm.
Power Output for Fans: 20W per header.
Power Output for LEDs: 8W per header.
Mounting Holes: 2.5” drive mounting holes.
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