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post #22981 of 28613
i've got a question...
if i were to buy a 3rd red LED fan could i use one of these [ame="http://www.amazon.com/Syba-SY-CAB65007-Female-Connectors-Extension/dp/B002G1YNQS/ref=pd_bxgy_e_text_b"]splitters[/ame] to connect it to the cables already in place for the other 2 fans so that the lights would work from the switch at the front??
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i've got a question...
if i were to buy a 3rd red LED fan could i use one of these splitters to connect it to the cables already in place for the other 2 fans so that the lights would work from the switch at the front??
No, the cable used to control the fan lights is proprietary.
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No, the cable used to control the fan lights is proprietary.
is there some kind of go around that doesn't require too much know-how when it comes to cabling?
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Not that I know of. Basically, to do it right you'll need to know how to use a soldering iron and split the cable. I haven't attempted it myself, but it should work however the lights may dim slightly since your going to be pulling more amperage by adding another fan.
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Not that I know of. Basically, to do it right you'll need to know how to use a soldering iron and split the cable. I haven't attempted it myself, but it should work however the lights may dim slightly since your going to be pulling more amperage by adding another fan.
darn it, no way i'll have that kind of time or equipment while i'm at university, once school is done, if i do attempt it i'll post and say how it went..
post #22986 of 28613
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Why not run them in series?

Partly because i've never done it before, but partly because there are apparently some cooling advantages to it as i mentioned.
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The possiblity of dimming could be possible but Highly improbable.. You don't need to solder anything. Just cut the wire above the prorietary plug and Use Number 18 or smaller shrink. Put the shrink on the wire first then connect the positive to positive and the negitive to the negitive. Twist the wires with your hand and then use a BIC lighter to melt the shrink around the connection.. It's really easy and not Fatal.




Also.. Congrats Doctor.. Love those rectal exams..
Edited by unimatrixzero - 8/13/11 at 10:14pm
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The possiblity of dimming could be possible but Highly improbable.. You don't need to solder anything. Just cut the wire above the prorietary plug and Use Number 18 or smaller shrink. Put the shrink on the wire first then connect the positive to positive and the negitive to the negitive. Twist the wires with your hand and then use a BIC lighter to melt the shrink around the connection.. It's really easy and not Fatal.




Also.. Congrats Doctor.. Love those rectal exams..
so lost.. in so many ways..
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