40mm Sealed Bearing Fan (24V) – Quiet (25dBA)

(2 customer reviews)

$11.99

  • Quiet Noise Level
  • Sealed Bearing for long life
  • Works with 24V Printers
    • Ender 3
    • A10 V1
    • Tevo Tornado
    • Wanhao i3 Mini
    • and more!

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Product Info

Compatible Machines:

  • Ender 3
    • Hotend and Control Box
    • Install Notes – Depending on your revision you may need to widen the holes a little on the fan screw holes themselves (use a file or drill bit slightly larger than the stock holes) to get them to slip over the metal posts, or use slightly longer screws.
  • Tevo Tornado
    • Hotend
  • Geeetech A10 V1
    • Hotend and Control Box
  • Wanhao D6
    • Hotend, Layer Fan, and Control Box
  • Wanhao i3 Mini
    • Hotend and Control Box

Installation Notes:

  • Be sure to check the polarity on the wires you are connecting our fans to. Typically red is positive and black is negative but some of the Chinese printers to not adhere to these standards.
    • There is no list of what machines use what as it can vary from model to model and we have even seen differences in wiring colors used in the same printer models.
  • Our fans use red for positive and black for negative. You can verify polarity with a cheap $10 multimeter from Amazon or you local hardware store.
    • If fans are shorted out/killed due to improper wiring this is NOT covered under warranty.
  • Some Creality machines have been reported to have larger size metal screw standoffs. If your fan holes do not fit over them please see this article to make the fan fit correctly while still using the stock screws.

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Tech Specs

  • Airflow: 6.7 CFM
  • Voltage: 24V DC
  • Noise: 25dBA
  • RPM: 6000
  • Power: 1.4W
  • Wire leads: 2 wire
  • Life Rating: 50,000 hours (5+ years)
  • Other features:
    • Reverse Polarity Protection
    • Auto Restart
  • 2 “UY” quick connectors for solder-free installation
    • See picture below for how to use. Use WIDE pliers and apply equal force.
    • Make sure wires are straight and centered in the connector before squeezing.
  • Support/Warranty

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  1. Question

    Davis Clevenger

    Who is the manufacture of these fans?

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    • Tim Hoogland

      We do not share the manufacturers of our fans because the stock may vary and some people once they get part numbers just go and buy them elsewhere instead of purchasing from us. It takes a lot of time to select and test parts for these machines that work correctly. We only use name brand fans from US suppliers for these. They are not no-name chinese fans that you get with printers or from Amazon sellers.

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  2. Question

    Laronda

    How do I connect the new fan to ender 3? Would I connect the red and black wires that is still connected to the printer to one hole of UY connector and red and black wires from the new fan to the other hole of the UY connector?

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    • Tim Hoogland

      The red wire from the old fan cable should connect to the red wire on the new fan and the same for the black. If you have any further questions on connection please check out our communities here: http://community.th3dstudio.com/

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  3. Question

    Rob Sletten (verified owner)

    What the CFM and Static pressure of these fans?

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    • Tim Hoogland

      All technical specifications that we have for our fans are listed on their product pages.

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  4. Quiet, but not THAT quiet

    th3dstudio-9988 (verified owner)

    I purchased this as a quieter replacement for my Ender 3 motherboard cooling fan. There was a very small reduction in noise compared to the stock fan, but not worth it.

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    • Tim Hoogland

      The main reason people replace the fan is due to the stock one failing. While these are not as silent as the Noctua fans they will not cause heat creep like the Noctuas can cause. More airflow = more noise.

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  5. Quiet, but not THAT quiet

    Admin Tim Hoogland

    I purchased this as a quieter replacement for my Ender 3 motherboard cooling fan. There was a very small reduction in noise compared to the stock fan, but not worth it.

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