Originally Posted by K10
It's college but it's pretty low level. It's computer science math. They have 2 discrete mathematics courses at my university - CS 141(the one I'm in), and Math 310.
It's all just Binary/numerical count. I use it setting up all my leads in a
Elevator hatch leading up to the machine room. All my 'Hall Calls' and
my 'Car calls' are set-up on Binary/numerical count.
Originally Posted by kev_b
It can be done, the switch on the fan is self powered, it the same switch on the front panel only with less pins coming off it. Cut the switches off the fans you want to control and solder longer wires to the fan wires just cut, make them long enough to reach the front panel switch and reconnect those wires that were just extended to the switch.
LED's don't take a lot of power so you can probably wire them all together on 1 switch, of course the other problem I can see using these fans with all the LED's connected together is they don't all run at the same power level because of the thermal sensor that controls the fan speed, you might have to cut the sensor off and twist the wires together so the fans have full power all the time.
Thank you sir...This just helped me out. I was wondering
why I was getting different reading on the power side of the LED's. ((Now is this only on Fans with speed-control sensor.))<<Right??? I just tested two of the same fans LED's; and they were the same power out..... ???