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Which is the best Remote control for Fan switch ON/OFF (atleast 4 Fans)

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  1. michael

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    Hi Guys,

    I have around 10 Enermax duo 120mm LED fans, I want to know which remote control is best suited to put them ON and OFF?
    Yes I am going to buy baybus also but I want to buy some remote control for them as well.

    Please advise with links.

    Thanks
    Michael
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    you meaning that you want a fan controller with a remote control? i know that the aquacomputer aquaero5 pro and XT has a remote control.
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    no, a remote control to switch on off my fans.
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    Do you mean a remote switch on your desk (i.e. with wires) to control your fans?
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    Not sure that that would work as it's for AC and you want to switch on/off 12VDC at most
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    why remote, arent you going to be near your pc when its running ??
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    Hahahah! To be Honest currently My Lan bOy air is leaking current....
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    Why do you need a wireless remote to turn off the fans. Just unplug them for god sakes. Why do you have so many fans anyways. And I do not know much about electrical current, but how is your case leaking current, more or less how is turning the fans off going to help?
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    get the wiring in your place redone. no earthing will kill your components slowly. The funny thing is power cuts dont kill or harm computers, but still people buy PSUs, but earthing does, and most people have shitty earthing.

    which city are you from btw?
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    OP, if you cant do anything regarding your wiring in your place..... make a ground.....

    grounding is really important.....

    I have been in a place were earthing is not good..... I am always afraid to even touch my case before...

    after a few months, have found out that there is no earthing in our place..... so what I have done is on the 3rd wiring (ground) in the plug were I connect my computer, I put a wire which I then connect to somewhere metal. like water pipes or if you have heater. use the heater... if you can dig a hole in the ground and stick about a foot steel, or longer, that will be best.......

    Any wires but not a really small thin wire... a normal wire should be sufficient.....

    if you are not sure, ask a friend or electrician to do it for you.....
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