PC-1026BK fans are failing. Replacement options?

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PC-1026BK fans are failing. Replacement options?

Postby szalkerous » Mon Oct 07, 2013 1:35 pm

The three 120mm fans in my PC-1026BK setup are now starting to fail. Yes, I've cleaned them, and checked all connections.

I'm looking for aftermarket replacement options. I remember once upon a time, Koolance made a statement on the specs required of the fan in terms of resistance, etc. to be controlled by the Koolance fan/pump controller.

Anyone know what those specs are? Going to need soon, in the next few weeks. Given the fan performance to date, I want to look at other options aside from Koolance fans. The entire system is long outside of warranty, so I have no concerns there.

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Re: PC-1026BK fans are failing. Replacement options?

Postby Izerous » Tue Oct 08, 2013 2:15 pm

Discontinued products are in the product archive. It might list the fans and or the PC-1026BK specs.
https://koolance.com/archive
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Re: PC-1026BK fans are failing. Replacement options?

Postby szalkerous » Wed Oct 09, 2013 6:59 pm

Yes, I'm aware and I reviewed the archive page for it. ( http://koolance.com/pc4-1026bk-liquid-c ... stem-black )

It only gives obvious information (fan dimensions, rough CFM), but nothing about electrical circuit expectancies.

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Re: PC-1026BK fans are failing. Replacement options?

Postby Fluxc0re » Mon Oct 28, 2013 5:02 pm

Would it be possable to mesure the output with a multimeter and try and match it to A fan ?
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