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Hello,
i was interteste in buying following fan contreller ZALMAN ZM-MFC1,howeve i found that his max power is limited to 7W per chanell...and that represants a problem to me since i have panaflo (0,65A*12V=7.8W)and delta(0,6A*12V=7.2W)so i can't use him,right?

then i found about tt hardcano 12&13 but i cant find what is their labeled max power per chanell...anyone knows?
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Hello,
i was interteste in buying following fan contreller ZALMAN ZM-MFC1,howeve i found that his max power is limited to 7W per chanell...and that represants a problem to me since i have panaflo (0,65A*12V=7.8W)and delta(0,6A*12V=7.2W)so i can't use him,right?

then i found about tt hardcano 12&13 but i cant find what is their labeled max power per chanell...anyone knows?
the MFC1 comes with several cables. by modding them you can put 1 fan on 2 channels

the cables have 2x 3-pin fan connectors, and one socket to place the fan in. this is meant to connect the fan to the mobo to measure RPM, while drawing power from the controller.
if you take out the RPM measurement cable on the pin meant to be stuck in the mobo, and put it in the only vacant hole on the connector, you will now have a connector that can draw power, though cant measure RPM.

i'll try to remember and illustrate tomorrow.
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good idea.though i need to control 6 fans...so i was thinking about tt x tunner(cheaper and supports 1 A per chanell)but he has 4 chanells,so 2 fans remains which i was thinking to solve by buying appropriate fans which have fan controler on themselves...
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