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Noctua Introduces 24V IndustrialPPC Fans

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Noctua today presented 24V variants of its renowned industrialPPC fans. Conceived for industrial heavy-duty applications that require enhanced cooling performance and advanced ingress protection, Noctua's industrialPPC (Protected Performance Cooling) line comprises ruggedised high-speed versions of the company's award-winning retail fans. The new 24V models use a dedicated wide input range version of Noctua's NE-FD2 three-phase motor driver IC in order to support 24V-based industrial applications and to provide moderate speeds and lower noise levels in standard 12V PC environments.

"The launch of our industrialPPC line has allowed us to expand our base of industrial clients as we're now able to provide solutions for highly challenging environments and to meet much higher demands as far as airflow and pressure performance are concerned", says Roland Mossig (Noctua CEO). "Since many of our industrial clients work with 24V, we're now offering extra versions for 24V applications."



The new NF-F12 (120mm) and NF-A14 (140mm) industrialPPC-24V models use a dedicated wide input range version of Noctua's NE-FD2 three-phase motor driver IC. Supporting operating voltages from 6 to 30V, these models are ideal for 24V-based industrial applications and voltage-based speed control. All new models feature IP67 water and dust protection and PWM.

"As our industrialPPC models have become quite popular among PC enthusiasts, we think that the new 24V variants can also be interesting for PC users due to their wide input range", explains Roland Mossig (Noctua CEO). "When you run them at 12V, you will get much lower speeds and noise levels, so they combine the advanced features of the industrialPPC line with the renowned quietness of our standard line-up."

While the industrialPPC 24V models have been designed with 24V industrial applications in mind, they run at maximum speeds of around 1100rpm (2000rpm models) to 1700rpm (3000rpm models) in 12V PC environments. At the same time, they can be slowed down further via PWM, thus combining the advanced features of the industrialPPC line with Noctua's signature quietness.

Price and availability
All new models are currently shipping and will be available shortly. The manufacturer's suggested retail price is EUR 29.90/USD 34.90.

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Is Noctua fans good for industrial uses as compared to dual ball bearing fans of long time brands like San ace or delta? Noctua fans do deserve their reputation their reputation for silence. I like this dual application for this Industial ppc fans that can run both 24 volt or 12 volt.
 
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Wouldn't there be a way to feed such fans 24 V with our consumer PCs though?
 
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I'm disappointed with Noctua. The fans I've tested several years back, FDB models had really annoying cycling resonating sound that drove me insane. Luckily it was not for my system. Not long ago I've bought a 40mm Noctua for my Sabertooth X99 VRM cooling and the thing was horrendous as well. See review on my blog. It was noisy, riddled with buzzing and grinding noises and non-standard dimensions. It has a quality finish but god it sucked as a fan. And not in a good way.

Noiseblocker all the way. Their fans never disappointed me and I had nearly all versions and sizes except th . I now also have some extra respect for BeQuiet fans when I've experienced it in my new PSU.
 
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Wouldn't there be a way to feed such fans 24 V with our consumer PCs though?
No problem. Just sort out a 24V-12V controller. I've used the Koolance brand for years ( My Laing D5T Strong's are 24V. Incidentally, 18V for a D5T offers the best head pressure vs heat output option).
 
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I'm disappointed with Noctua. The fans I've tested several years back, FDB models had really annoying cycling resonating sound that drove me insane. Luckily it was not for my system. Not long ago I've bought a 40mm Noctua for my Sabertooth X99 VRM cooling and the thing was horrendous as well. See review on my blog. It was noisy, riddled with buzzing and grinding noises and non-standard dimensions. It has a quality finish but god it sucked as a fan. And not in a good way.

Noiseblocker all the way. Their fans never disappointed me and I had nearly all versions and sizes except th . I now also have some extra respect for BeQuiet fans when I've experienced it in my new PSU.

Well boo-hoo, just because you cant use something (=noob) doesn't mean it sucks.
 
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