DC Brushless Fan - 80x80x15mm (5V)

This is a fairly large, 80x80x15mm fan. The fan has a DC brushless motor, with an operating voltage of 5V, and is rated at 360mA. Keeping the temperature down in your project can often be a necessity, and this fan can definitely help.

DC Brushless Fan - 80x80x15mm (5V) Product Help and Resources

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  • SlugEngineer / about 8 years ago / 1

    If I ran this at 6v how long til it would fail if at all?

  • Kevin_S / about 9 years ago / 1

    could this fan be used as a wind generator to power an Arduino pro mini and a standard servo using the wind of a leaf blower?

  • Member #74037 / about 10 years ago / 1

    Can you run this fan from the a wall outlet powered arduino?

    • Member #302799 / about 9 years ago / 1

      360ma, you would be fine running it off of the 5v pin and ground, just don't try to run it off of one of the regular I/O (input/output) pins.

  • Member #273151 / about 10 years ago / 1

    When will these be coming in? Its been almost 2 weeks. :(

  • StayPutNik / about 11 years ago / 1

    do you need a brushless motor ESC to use one of these? or can you just hook it up to 5VDC?

  • :D datasheet dont help me any...
    does anyone know the max heat dissapation??

  • doinky72 / about 12 years ago / 1

    What would it take to step 110 down to run this. I don't see any DC to DC converters that step down that type of voltage?

    • SomeGuy123 / about 12 years ago / 1

      Where did you find a 100v DC power source?

      • Member #302799 / about 9 years ago / 1

        Probably just regular 110v out of the wall that's been regulated to DC. Although that would have to be a pretty beefy circuit...

  • From http://www.shvt.cn/en/uploaded_files/1256804264.pdf
    2500 rpm, 29.17 CFM, .11 in-h20 static pressure, 28 dB-A noise, 54 g mass

    • PresidentOfAwesomeness / about 12 years ago / 1

      That's a link to a japanese clothes store. Thanks for the info though.

  • WimL / about 13 years ago / 1

    It looks like this might be the manufacturer's page: http://www.shvt.cn/en/DC-FAN/
    If so, it looks like these are ball-bearing (the -PHB- in the model number would be -PHS- if it were a sleeve bearing). Maybe. The data sheet is awfully brief and is partly in Chinese, which I can't read.

  • PresidentOfAwesomeness / about 13 years ago / 1

    Also an important thing to know would be if these are ball bearing or sleeve. I would guess sleeve bearings, because of the price, but I'm just making sure. (These are important things to know, please tell us!)

    • SomeGuy123 / about 12 years ago * / 1

      I believe the B in the product number means ball bearing. I could be wrong though.

  • PresidentOfAwesomeness / about 13 years ago / 1

    Uh... how much air can these fans move (CFM)?

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I bought this fan to use with a motor controller chip also purchased through this site. Both came packaged well. I used pulse width modulation from an MSP430 microcontroller with the motor driver and was able to control the fan speed. Worked great! Thank you.