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Singularity Computers Mega-Node

Our price:  84,95  (70,21  excl tax)
Price in points: 352 points
Reward points: 7 points

A custom designed Singularity Computers active powered PWM hub with high quality components and a dual layer PCB. The PCB and connectors are black with white logos and labeling. It has PWM inputs for the fans and pumps. Only the outputs labeled FAN-1-OUT-RPM and PUMP-1-OUT-RPM displays RPM so there are no RPM conflicts from the other PWM connections. The hub has 2 active PWM control circuits to adjust the speed of the connected fans and pumps based on the temperature of the coolant without the need of a motherboard. The potentiometers adjust the PWM speed response to the temperature reading while the switches allow choosing between motherboard and temperature-based local PWM speed control. It also has a dedicated 4pin ATX connector to power up to 2x pumps.

Specifications & Included Items:
SC Mega-node. Black Dual Layer PCB.
Plastic tray with adhesive for attachment.
Inputs: PWM x2 (1x FAN 1x PUMP). PCIE 8pin x2. T-sensor (10K NTC thermistor).
Outputs: PWM x18 (16x FAN 2x PUMP). 4Pin ATX.
Cables: PWM 500mm Black Sleeved x2. Pump Power Cable 4pin ATX to SATA & Molex x2.
A PCIE 8pin power connector can supply up to 150W of power to the fans and pumps, total power limit is 300W with both inputs used.
Fasteners: 4x M4 female standoffs. 4X M4 male standoffs, 4x M4 6mm BH
PCB Dimensions: L98.7mm x W51.6mm x H26.2mm.
Packaged Dimensions & Weight: L100mm x W20mm x H40mm. 0.1kg.

Connect the PWM inputs to your motherboard (optional) or another compatible device using the included cables. Connect a general temperature sensor to the “T” header. Connect your fans and pumps to the hub.

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