DIN railmount fan

June 9, 2011
The SpotCool Fan (OD1232-SPOT/ DIN) is reportedly the first DIN-railmounted fan for thermal management in enclosures or cabinets that provides an energy-efficient alternative to design-in cooling solutions

The SpotCool Fan (OD1232-SPOT/ DIN) is reportedly the first DIN-railmounted fan for thermal management in enclosures or cabinets that provides an energy-efficient alternative to design-in cooling solutions. The fan provides directed airflow up to 120 cfm with a speed of 3,550 rpm in any area that facility air conditioning cannot reach with minimal noise and power consumption.

The tube-axial dc fan provides sufficient on-demand supplemental airflow to cool equipment used on a 24-hr basis, and prevents equipment downtime caused by higher temperatures during routine shutdown of facility HVAC systems. The fan’s standard thermistorcontrol function modulates airflow according to temperature changes within the enclosure, thereby using less energy without requiring user interaction. Operating temperature range is –20 to 80°C, and life expectancy is 60,000 hr.

The fan mounts on a DIN rail with a four-screw, five-step installation. It can also be securely fastened with double-sided automotive- type industrial-mounting tape (provided), which facilitates mounting anywhere and in any direction.

Orion Fans
10557 Metric Dr.
Dallas, TX 75243
(214) 340-0265
www.orionfans.com

© 2011 Penton Media, Inc.

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