Parallel TVN5500 Fan, 5500rpm variable speed. 250CFM 2.8A/12V 120mm x 38mm

Fan upgrade for Avalon 6 and other ASIC miners.
1.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(2 customer reviews)

$18.75

Rated speed (range) 5500±10%RPM Maximum air flow 250 CFM

891 in stock

Warranty: 90 Days

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Qty Discount - 4+ $1.50 off each | 8+ $2 off each | 24+ $5 off each

Product Description

Compatible with Bitmain, Avalon and most other ASIC miners.

Improvements over factory fan

  • Dual ball bearing 5500RPM
  • Air flow CFM at 250
  • 20,000 Hours life expectancy 24/7
  • 90 day warranty included

Mechanical Specifications:

  • Dimension: 120*120*38mm
  • Weight: 370g
  • Qty Bearing: (2)
  • Termination: 10inche (4) Wire Leads
  • Power Connector: 4pin
  • Function/Features: PWM control/Speed Sensor

Electrical Specifications:

  • Rated voltage: DC12V
  • Rated current: 2.8±10%A
  • Input power: 34Watt
  • Operating voltage: 8 - 13.2V

Efficiency

  • Rated speed (range) 5500±10%RPM
  • Maximum air flow 250 CFM
  • Maximum air pressure 29.0 mmH2O at zero air flow

Characteristics

  • Operating temperature: -10℃~+70℃

Life expectancy: continuous operation 20,000Hrs

Additional Information

Weight0.25 lbs
Manufacturer

Parallel

Condition

new

MPN

TVN5500

UPC

719826776920

Cable Length

10 inch (25.4cm)

Max Fan Speed

5500 RPM

Maximum Air Flow

250 CFM

Connector 1

4pin

Life Expectancy

20,000 Hours

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Customer
space_cat_lady
7 months 19 days ago

Hi there! Couple quick questions. Will this work with the Antminer S9 even though it doesn’t reach 6000 RPM? Also, what is the Static pressure rating for these (mm/in-H2O)? Thanks!

Support
4 months 11 days ago

I apologize for the late response. The static pressure is 29.0 mmH2O at zero air flow.

 

2 reviews for Parallel TVN5500 Fan, 5500rpm variable speed. 250CFM...

  1. 1 out of 5

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    Well they move air, that’s about the end of anything good that can be said.

    These units are very very poorly balanced. They vibrate so much I seriously worried they would shake the heat sinks off my miner and threw them in the trash. Now I would suspect that maybe i just got a bad one.. but I ordered 4 of them, and every single one of them is out of balance, and badly so.

    The second problem is that the molded plastic used on them is very very poor quality, lacking enough glass fiber re-enforcement to make them reliable. You can’t really even use them on an antminer without swapping around the hardware. The usually through bolt setup results in the frames bending. You have to get some short allen drive pan head screws and bolt the fans down using the rear flange. This takes the stress off the frame work of the fan but it’s another $6 in hardware per fan to make it work, and some time digging around at your local hardware store.

    In the end, I tossed mine in the trash. I’m not going to even bother returning them, you guys can keep the money. They are so bad, I just can’t be bothered, and that’s sad, and you should feel bad. I can understand why you offer them for sale, they are certainly cheap, but you get what you pay for. How about at least keeping some units that don’t suck ass on hand? I’ll pay the $50 a unit or whatever it takes to get some Delta’s or some Nidecs.

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      We appreciate all your comments. Reach out we will be happy to issue a refund or credit.

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