AP181

■ Industry leading air channeling fan

■ Wide fan blades for reducing air resistance

■ Integrated air channeling grille double as fan guard to reduce overall size

■ Low power consumption

Remark

*Air Penetrator design explained
*Air Penetrator fan demonstration video:

SPECIFICATIONS

Model No. SST-AP181
Color Black
Bearing Sleeve
Connectors 3pin
Rated Voltage 12V DC
Start Voltage ≦0.9V DC (in low rpm mode)
Rated Current 0.45AMP
Rated Power 5.4W
Speed 600 ; 900 ; 1200 rpm
Airflow 52.4 / 78.68 / 100.27 CFM
Effective Airflow Range 1.2 ; 3 Meter
Static Pressure Max 0.49 / 1.12 / 2.18 mmH2O
Air Speed 1.5m/s ; 2.4m/s ; 3.1m/s (measured at fan exit)
Noise Level 15.9 / 24.75 / 30 dB(A)
Life Time 16,000 hours
Dimension 180mm (L) x 180mm (W) x 32mm (H)
7.09" (L) x 7.09" (W) x 1.26" (H)
Weight 441.35g

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AP181 uses industry standard 3pin fan connector, so it will work with most fan controllers, motherboards, and other devices that use voltage regulation to control fan speed.

The starting voltage for AP181 at low speed setting requires about 10.8V, which some fan controllers may not support properly. So when connecting to fan controller, it is best to flip the case’s fan speed switch to high setting to enable lower starting voltage. At 5V for example, the fan speed will be at around 500rpm, which is nearly inaudible.

When connecting to motherboard for fan speed control, if AP181 appears to have trouble starting, it may be due to motherboard detecting low temperature and supply too little voltage. To solve this problem, please change the motherboard fan speed or temperature setting from within the motherboard BIOS or flip the case’s fan speed switch to high setting.