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wow i missed this whole conversation. Basically, I just wanted to know if I hooked up two of the same fan, would I get a crazy fluctuating reading or would it be fine.

Thanks for the responses guys!
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Originally Posted by Ginkosu View Post
wow i missed this whole conversation. Basically, I just wanted to know if I hooked up two of the same fan, would I get a crazy fluctuating reading or would it be fine.

Thanks for the responses guys!
No problem.

I had fun thinking about overlapping PMW signals, haha
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