NZXT Sentry LXE High Performance Touch Screen & Fan Controller
Intuitive Touch Screen LCD - Advanced, touch screen LCD displays temperatures in C/F, RPMs, along with the date, time, and day of the week. Users have the ability to switch the display off for complete darkness for more immersive gaming sessions
Complete Control - 5 Temperature Probes keep tabs on thermals throughout the case while the 5 Fan controllers adjust the fans' RPM speed for at least 10W per channel. Allows users to automatically adjust the fan speeds to correspond to a specific temperature, manually customize for extreme overclocking capabilities, or set to absolute silence
Temperature Alarm - Instant notification if temperatures rise above a designated point
Sleek Design - Brushed aluminium frame provides sleek aesthetics for any desktop.
Rechargeable Battery - The Sentry LXE features a rechargeable battery for up to 500 times, keeping the LXE life time longer without the hassle of replacing batteries constantly.
Using a NZXT developed PCI board and external touch display, the LXE allows for more 5.25" bays freed up for other peripherals environment. Simply set the fan controller atop your PC or desktop and connect through PCI card interface.
• Fan Adjustment Range : 3.7V to 12V
• Fan Channel : 5
• Max watt per channel : 10W
• Temperature Module Channel : 5
• Temperature Range : 0 ~ 99°C / 32 ~ 199.9°C
• Measurement Frequency : Every 2 Seconds
• Temperature Alarm Range : 30°C to 90°C
• (AUTO) : Min 50%, Under 0-25°C, fan RPM 50%
• (MANUAL) : Min 40%
• Screen Size : 5.27" Touch Screen
• Package Contents : 1 x NZXT Sentry LXE
• 1 x PCI Control Board
• 5 x Temperature Probes
• Fan Cables
Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions
- 12 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 1 days
- RTB Period:
- 12 months
Date Issued: 5th Mar 2007
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The controller-board is intended to mount into a PCI cover-plate.
If you have none spare you could run the cable into the case by another route, an unused watercooling pipe hole perhaps, and secure the board somewhere in the case.