250CFM 4" inline fans (12V DC) 2 for $39.00

Discussion in 'Grow Room Design & Setup' started by diggitydank420, Nov 29, 2008.

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    diggitydank420

    diggitydank420 Well-Known Member

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    Bizzler

    Bizzler Well-Known Member

    This looks great!!! rep+ for you.
    I've been looking for something just like this. I need to vent my 400w hps
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    BigBudBalls

    BigBudBalls Well-Known Member

    Just blow into the lights. The heat from the bulb may not sit too well with the plastic fan. (plus its more air molecules to absorb more heat)

    Now to find a 10amp 12VDC power supply. (if you use both)
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    Squarepusher45

    Squarepusher45 Well-Known Member

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    diggitydank420

    diggitydank420 Well-Known Member

    Do you think temps would really get up past 150 degrees? ABS melts at around 220.

    And as far as a 10 amp 12VDC power supply, just hit up Radio Shack...

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    BigBudBalls

    BigBudBalls Well-Known Member

    Give it a whirl. Put a small thermometer in the inlet of the fan and see what the temps are.
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    OneHit

    OneHit Well-Known Member

    So whats the main problem with these fans? Arnt the S&P fans plastic also? These seem like a great deal. Are they difficult to wire properly?
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    Bizzler

    Bizzler Well-Known Member

    it says 12VDC 4.5 amp.

    Would that be a problem to hook up?
    Can I just use any 12VDC cord?
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    BloodShot420

    BloodShot420 Well-Known Member

    u could use an old computer power supply for DC Power- you just have to short 2 pins in the 20 pin atx connector and it will turn on whenever you plug it in... they usually have 30-40Amps available on the 12v rail... it will also get you 5.5v and 3v if you need it ;-)
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    Ringsixty

    Ringsixty Well-Known Member

    Go search the net for security camera power supply's. 12v Dc plus different models with different amp ratings.

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