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  1. chickadoodles

    chickadoodles Overrun With Chickens

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    Rod-T Chillin' With My Peeps

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    What voltage? 110. Or 12..
    How much cfm is the fan?
     
  3. chickadoodles

    chickadoodles Overrun With Chickens

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    Rod we connected the STC1000 to an extension cord to go into a 110 wall socket.
    The top label on the fan say's
    DF1205BH
    DC 12V
    0.18A

    The box say's
    CPU Cooler for socket 7&370&A
    K7 (Socket A)
    The Best Solution for Computer Thermal Managegment
     
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    Rod-T Chillin' With My Peeps

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    So it can't control fan then... I'd need seperate power source for fan
     
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    We connected the fan to the STC1000. Hold on I'll go take a pic of the wiring.
     
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    Rod I had forgot we hooked the fan into a 12v phone charger then plugged it into the extension cord. Here are the pics of the wiring on our hatcher.
    The extension cord plugs into the wall for the power source. I know there are diagrams of the wiring on the Old Folks Home therad Oz posted them for me when we built our hatcher.
     
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