Arctic 10-port PWM Fan Hub with SATA Power
The function of the Arctic Case Fan Hub is as simple as it is ingenious: With it, up to ten 4-pin fans can be controlled out-of-the-box with a PWM signal . To do this, connect the supplied 4-pin PWM cable to a 4-pin fan header on the motherboard and connect the SATA power cable to the power supply unit. Now up to ten 4-pin fans can be connected directly to the hub and controlled via a PWM signal.
The Arctic Case Fan Hub at a glance:
– Arctic hub for ten 4-pin fans
– Controllable via the PWM signal from the mainboard
– Power supply via SATA cable
– Cable and mounting material are included
PWM control via mainboard
With the 10-port fan hub from Arctic , up to ten 4-pin PWM fans can be operated and controlled simultaneously via just one 4-pin connector on the mainboard . The fan hub is connected to a free 4-pin port on the mainboard and connected to the power supply via SATA power. That’s it. All connected fans are now controlled via a PWM signal. The speed signal of the first fan is read out and passed on to the mainboard.
The separate power supply via SATA power cable ensures a continuous flow of current and prevents overloading of the 4-pin pot on the mainboard. For mounting in the housing two self-adhesive Velcro surfaces and magnetic tapes are included. With these, the hub can be placed flexibly – for example on the back of the MB tray.
– Colour: Black
– 1x SATA power (power supply unit)
– 1x 4-pin PWM (mainboard)
– 10x 4-pin PWM (fan)