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Temperature Controlled DC Fan [Project]
posted January 15 2014 9:53.43 by spic0m




This circuit can cool your heat generating electronic devices by operating a DC fan when the temperature in its vicinity increases above the preset level. Its operation is fully automatic and turns off when the temperature returns normal. It uses a small 12V DC brush less fan used in computers.



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