|Price incl. VAT||£13.15|
|Price excl. VAT||£10.96|
|Possibility to return products within two months||
Fan NOCTUA NF-P14s redux 1500 PWM is based on the award-winning models that came brand NOCTUA the limelight. It uses the power of nine integrated rotor blades with a diameter of 140 mm. The speed of the vanes reaches 1500 RPM. Airflow is increased notches on the blade tips. The motherboard is connected via a 4-pin fan connector. It will also offer an unprecedented mean time to failure exceeding 150,000 hours (17 years old). All this with excellent performance, the legendary quiet operation and all the other great features that appreciate the true geeks.
NOCTUA NF-P14s redux 1500 supports fully automatic PWM speed control . Its main advantage is the smooth transmission system control impulses SCD (Smooth Commutation Drive), which eliminates unwanted jumps and delivers quieter operation especially at lower rotation speeds.
Time-tested proprietary bearing Noctua was still improved to help ensure the quietest possible operation . NOCTUA NF-P14s redux 1500 PWM uses optimized SSO bearing, which is located nearer the rear magnet axis and thus offers better stabilization, precision and durability.
The fan is equipped with a short cable with a length of twenty centimeters. Use 30centimetrového optional extension cable but can connect to almost any large enclosure. Both cables are fully braided and Y structure allows to connect a second PWM fan to the same header for automatic speed control.
Bearing: SSO (self-stabilizing oil-bearing)
Speed: 1500 r/min.
Minimum speed: 450 r/min.
Airflow: 133.7 m3/h
Noise level: 25.8 db (A)
Static Pressure: 1.91 mmH2O
Max. Power consumption: 2.4 W
Max. Current consumption: 0.2 A
Voltage: 12 V
Lifetime:> 150,000 hours
4 pin with PWM control
Fan NOCTUA NF-P14s redux 1500 PWM
4 fan screws
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