1U Ultra Quiet Fan SANUS EcoSystem™ accessory
SANUS Component Series CAFC01 1U ultra quiet fan easily connects to the CAPT01 MultiVolt Power Supply to help create the SANUS EcoSystem™ - a fully customizable accessory that serves as the single power source for all low-voltage equipment in an AV rack. This component is automatically activated by the thermostat kit (included with the MultiVolt Power Supply) when the interior of a rack exceeds a specified temperature, plus Power Wire.
- Hardware included
Take A Look At These Specs
|UPC Code:|| 793795524157 - Black - $109.99 USD
|Product Width:||19.00" / 48.26cm|
|Package Width:||20.08" / 51.00cm|
|Package Height:||2.17" / 5.51cm|
|Package Depth:||1.42" / 3.61cm|
|Noise Rating:||38.00 dBA|
|Air Volume Movement:||6 SCFM|
Supported VESA Patterns
VESA patterns are measured by the center of one mounting hole to the center of another on the back of a television in millimeters. In the example above, the VESA measurements are 100 (width) x 100 (height). The example TV would be able to use a VESA 100 x 100 mount.
The sample was placed in a hemi-anechoic sound chamber 1.2 meters above the floor on an isolated mounting system. The sound pressure level was measured at 1 meter from the discharge of each test sample using a Bruel and Kjaer 2270 sound level meter. Temperature at time of testing: 68 - 70°F Dry Bulb, 51 - 56°F Wet Bulb. Barometric Pressure at time of testing: 28.65 - 28.86 in. Hg. Sound Pressure level, in A-weighted decibels, is referenced to the auditory threshold of p0= 20 µPa.
Air Volume Movement
The fans were tested in accordance with ANSI/AMCA 210-99, ANSI/ASHRAE 51-1999, entitled: "Laboratory Methods of Testing Fans for Rating". The metering station, through appropriate ductwork, was connected to the discharge of a variable air supply/exhaust system. To determine the air volume, the static pressure difference was measured employing piezometer rings and a "Dwyer" inclined manometer Model No. 424-5. Temperature at time of testing: 68 - 70°F Dry Bulb, 51 - 56°F Wet Bulb. Barometric Pressure at time of testing: 28.65 - 28.86 in. Hg.