[time-nuts] 53132A Cooling fan
stanw1le at verizon.net
Sun Jan 11 18:24:12 EST 2015
Hello The Net:
Mike, thanks for the 53132A fan info.
I also have a noisy fan. I have considered adding a proportional fan
controller since more colling is needed
if aditional options are added, like a more stable internal reference or
a prescalar to 3 GHz or 12 GHz.
Less cooling is needed if no internal options are included. Less cooling
can mean a slower fan speed and lower acoustic noise.
Anyone have any thoughts on exactly where to put a temperature sensor
for a proportional fan controller?
The W1GHZ.ORG website had a fan controller.
Anyone have any thoughts on how to increase the intensity of the dim
display ? Is it a power supply issue ?
I use my 53132A with TimeLab to measure the performance of different
Stan, W1LE Cape Cod FN41sr
On 11-Jan-15 8:29 AM, Mike George wrote:
> I replaced one last year.
> I used a Delta EFB4012HD from Digi-Key but it isn't in stock currently.
> I just looked up the specs on the fan I removed and matched it to
> the fans available. There were multiple suitable substitutes.
> On 1/11/2015 00:59, Loïc Moreau wrote:
>> My 53132A cooling fan is becoming extremely noisy so I have to fix it
>> or find ear plugs fast.
>> If anybody as encountered the same problem witch I suppose is common
>> I will be interested if there is replacement part easily available
>> for that purpose.
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