12/03/2022 9:36 a.m.
https://cablematic.com/en/products/case-fan-80x80x25-mm-for-12-vdc-for-computer-and-chassis-with-ball-bearing-VL046/
Case fan 80x80x25 mm for 12 VDC for computer and chassis with ball bearing
REF: VL046
Specifications
  • Chassis fan, mounted on square plastic structure. With standard perforations for fixingto electronic equipment.
  • Total size of the fan: 80 x 80 x 25 mm.
  • Voltage: 12 VDC (0.18 A).
  • Speed: 2600 RPM.
  • Air flow: 38.6 CFM.
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PVP
6.27
Price including VAT: 6.27
PVD
5.04
Shipping costs: 12,61 *
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2 years
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14 days
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Specifications
  • Chassis fan, mounted on square plastic structure. With standard perforations for fixingto electronic equipment.
  • Total size of the fan: 80 x 80 x 25 mm.
  • Voltage: 12 VDC (0.18 A).
  • Speed: 2600 RPM.
  • Air flow: 38.6 CFM.

More info

Fan to be fixed to electrical equipment chassis. It is a high quality fan, with connection cable integrated in the fan itself. Mounted square structure made of high quality plastic, with standard perforations for easy attachment to chassis.

Specifications
  • Chassis fan, mounted on square plastic structure. With standard perforations for fixingto electronic equipment.
  • Total size of the fan: 80 x 80 x 25 mm.
  • Voltage: 12 VDC (0.18 A).
  • Speed: 2600 RPM.
  • Air flow: 38.6 CFM.
  • Integrates 2-wire connection cable, length 30 cm. It ends in a 2-pin connector.
  • Bearing by means of ball bearings system.
  • Gross Weight: 70 g
  • Product size (width x depth x height): 8.0 x 8.0 x 2.5 cm
  • Number of packages: 1
  • Packages size: 8.0 x 8.0 x 2.5 cm

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Technical terms

  • VDC
  • Revolutions per minute (rpm)
VDC
VDC would be the abbreviation for Volt Direct Current which translated would volts direct current. The idea of ??this type is unidirectional current to the load. Direct current is normally produced by batteries, thermocouples, solar cells and a dynamo electric machine type. The direct current can flow in conductors such as wires, but may also flow through semiconductors, insulators ... In the image: 1 - current per pulse 2 - Direct Current (DC) 3 - Alternating Current (AC) 4 - Variable Current

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