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Thermally controlled san ace's on rad

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Hey guys, well i managed to pick up some DC san ace fan's at the hard ware store the other day for 5 bucks a pop. I just seen they were 120mm and 38mm so i was like sweet i can put these on my rad!

So i did a quick google on the model number and this is what i came up with. The model number on both fans is, 109R1212T1H142. They are a 119x119m fan, 12v, thermally controlled, 38mm thick, and they have a Ribbed frame product with
a built-in thermistor.

This is the guide i used to figuring out what the fan's were. Everything is on there except for the number 14. Does anyone know what this number means?

Also i was wondering, is their anyway to disable the thermistor? I'd like to run these fans at full speed if possible. The pull fan would most likely spin faster than the push fan just because the air through the push fan is much warmer. I would like to just run both fan's wide open. If i need to take the fans apart to do this that's not a problem.

EDIT: It looks like all the .48 amp fans like mine operate at 2,600rpm. If i could get these things running that max RPM i would LOVE these and they would destroy my yate's. Does anyone know how to disable the thermal settings or get them hot enough so that they run wide open all the time?
http://db.sanyodenki.co.jp/product_d...ing_dcfan.html
Scroll down to the thermal fan's and you will see that all the .48 amp fans are 2600rpm and move 100CFM.

EDIT#2: So it looks like after reading this that once the fan's thermistor hit's 40C the fan will spin the full 40C. This would work well for the pull fan, but not so much the push fan. Anyone have any ideas on how to get the push fan to read 40C and run at 2600rpm?
http://db.sanyodenki.co.jp/product_d...?master_id=797
Edited by Josh154 - 1/4/11 at 7:02pm
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Nobody has any ideas on how to disable the thermistor

I would really love to disable it and run these babies!
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