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This combo purchase is a great addition for our most of our CabCool Cabinet cooling kits. It includes Our 2A 4 pin molex 12V power supply and our programmable thermal controller. The Power supply will quietly power our 12V fans and the The Programmable Thermal Fan Controller gives you complete control to set the temperature for power-on and power-off.
Set Start Temp: Press "start button" once to put unit in Start programming mode and the start up temperature will blink. Use the right Up/Down buttons to set the temperature (note: it must be at least 2F/1C higher than the turn off temperature) press "start button" again to return to the real time readout.
Set Stop Temp: Press "stop button" once to put unit in Stop programming mode and the turn off temperature will blink, use the right Up/Down buttons to set the temperature (note: it must be at least 2F/1C lower than the turn on temperature) press the "stop button" again to return to the real time readout.
C/F or Up: Will change display to and from Fahrenheit and Celsius or will increase the temperature when in the Start or Stop programming mode.
Down: Will decrease the temperature when in the Start or Stop programming mode.
Display On/Off Switch: To turn display light off (device will still function) simply press and hold the C/F Button for 5 seconds. Repeat the process to turn display back on.
(valid for units manufactured on or after December 10, 2012)
These controllers output power to 3pin 12v devices, if you want to use a device that has a 4pin molex connector you will need to buy an adapter for each device which can be found here
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Reviewer: J. Z. (1)
These controllers work great. I used them to control fans I''ve installed in my home entertainment center. My cabinet is enclosed and with a receiver and two game consoles it gets quite hot. I cut some holes and installed a total of 6 fans with a controller for each side. I''ve only had to replace one over about 4 years because the display started to fail. It didn''t affect the operation of the controller, but I could no longer see what the temp was. It would still kick the fans on though when it was supposed to.