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Sanus CAFH01

Rack-mounted high-volume cooling fan

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About the Sanus CAFH01

This fan panel is designed for use with the Sanus CAPT01 low-voltage power supply. Three side-by-side fans push a high volume of air through your component rack, keepling your components cool. The thermostat kit that comes with the CAPT01 controls the fans, activating them when the temperature reaches 85 degrees, and turning them off when it drops below 75 degrees.

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What's in the box:

  • Rack-mount fan unit (rack height 3U)
  • 3' DC power wire with DC barrel plugs on each end
  • Instruction Manual

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Overview: The Sanus CAFH01-B1 high-volume fan helps to cool the equipment mounted in your A/V rack. Three 4.5" diameter fans are mounted to a triple rack unit (3U) panel (for a standard 19" rack). The fan is powered by the Sanus CAPT01-B1 multi-volt power supply (not included), and is automatically activated by the thermostat kit (included with the power supply) when the interior of the rack exceeds a specified temperature. A 3' DC power wire is included.

Note: No rack mounting screws are included with the fan.

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Customer Q&A

Crutchfield asked: Why did you buy this?
My old one is making noises and isn't pushing out the airflow needed. replacement! [ Craig  Aug 19, 2018 ]
Tube components run hot. [ Rich  Mar 29, 2017 ]
Keeps my mounted components and the inside of my rack cool by moving the hot air out. A must have to help the life of your components! [ DAVE  Aug 12, 2016 ]

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