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ScanFX Hard Disk Cooler with 2 x 50mm Quiet Fans

ScanFX Hard Drive Cooler for 3.5" HDD Twin 50mm Quiet Fans

ScanFX
Scan code: LN45005 Manufacturer code: ATRCOOHDD01 Request call
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Product Overview Give your high-performance hard drive the necessary cooling unit: Two fans considerably reduce the temperature of your Hard Drive

A hard disk is often neglected when it comes to cooling compared to other components inside a computer, yet it is also important to cool the important data storage to prolong its life.

Extends the life of the hard drive
Attaches directly onto any 3½" hard drive
Enhance The HDD in a cooler envirnoment

Features Specifications
• Fan specifications: 2x 50mm x 50mm x 10mm
• Rated Voltage: 12V DC
• Start Voltage: 6.5V DC
• Operating Voltage: 9.8 ~ 14.8 V DC
• Rated Current: 0.12A
• Power Input: 1.44W
• Fan Speed: 5000±10% rpm
• Air Pressure: 2.53mm H2O
• Max. Air Flow: 10.05CFM
• Noise: 30dB(A)
• Bearing Type: Sleeve Dearing
• Life Time: 25000Hrs (25°C)
• Connector: 4-pin Molex
Warranty

Please note your statutory rights are not affected.

For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions

Details
Duration:
12 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
1 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
SCAN
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Reviews
Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by CRACKING VALUE what can one say about a hard drive cooler? Well the suprise for me was the cooling fans on this item i thought they would be screemers but no they are very quite so that to me was great you have to bend the casing which is not a problem to match the screw holes up to the hard drive but for the price its super. 07 July 2014
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ScanFX Hard Disk Cooler with 2 x 50mm Quiet Fans
ScanFX Hard Disk Cooler with 2 x 50mm Quiet Fans