Tuesday, October 15th 2013

Lamptron Unveils Fan Controller with Nixie Tubes

Remember how numbers were electronically displayed just before LEDs and seven-segments? Incandescent bulbs called Nixie tubes? Lamptron appears to have caught a hold of some new old stock of Nixies, and decided to make a fan-controller based on them, which could be ideal for steampunk-themed builds. Called the FC10, the controller drives four fan channels, and speed is displayed on a scale of 0-9, using those Nixies. The controller draws power from a 4-pin Molex connector, and can supply each channel with up to 30W of power. It fits into a 5.25-inch drive bay. Lamptron is expected to sell the FC10 from later this month.
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2 Comments on Lamptron Unveils Fan Controller with Nixie Tubes

Sp33d Junki3
This is old news. It was announce march 2012.
It is priced around $95. I have used this one already in a build.
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hi guys

such a wonderful product, but a bit ''old'' as a news :)

here's a review(you could use google translator if you wish): http://www.xtremehardware.com/recensioni/case-e-modding/fan-controller-lamptron-fc10-quando-l-innovazione-incontra-il-retro-201208297439/

if you're interested..
unboxing: Fan Controller Lamptron FC10 [Unboxing] - YouTube
analysis: Fan Controller Lamptron FC10 test - Dimostrazione ...

It's simply amazing, but you know, it's from Lamptron.. :respect:

Against LamptronFC5V2 and Scythe Kaze master II:


Just to know, but do techpowerup review fan controllers ?
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