I would like to thank Thermaltake for supplying me with the unit for review.
For the stereotype american the remote control is probably the most important aspect of his home life. That's probably why Thermaltake is the first manufacturer to create a fan controller that can be controlled via infrared remote. This is a great idea if you use your computer to watch movies - turn down the fan to reduce noise while you are watching.
|Dimensions:||89.9 x 54.7 x 7.7 mm|
|Lift Exception:||45.000 times|
|Rated Temperature:||-10°C - +60°C|
|Transmit Distance:||12m (open space)|
|Battery Voltage||2.8V - 3.2V|
|Device Space||5.25" drive device|
|Dimensions||148.4 x 42 x 68 mm|
|Rated Temperature||0°C - 70°C|
|Input Voltage||DC 12V|
|Output Voltage||DC 12V|
|Max. Current per channel||1 Ampere|
|Rated Frequency||4 MHz|
|Receive Distance||12m (open space)|
|Receive Direction||45° (+- 22.5° )|
- 5.25" Fan Controller
- IR Remote Control
- Misc cables
What I find a bit odd here is that no mounting screws are included, on the other hand almost every computer user should have the required screws to mount it.