Product information - IRIS 12 Rainbow RGB LED-Lüfter - 120mmRaijintek presents the brand new IRIS 12 Rainbow RGB series of fans with integrated LED lighting and a total of eleven fan blades to optimise cooling performance. Thanks to the 11 fan blade design the fan can offers impressive performance specifications delivering 71,65 m³/h flow volume and a maximum of 1,7 mm H2O static pressure at a speed of 1.800 RPM. Raijintek relies on a transparent O-type LED ring to deliver its striking rainbow of colours along with uniform brightness in all directions.
The Raijintek IRIS 12 Rainbow RGB LED Fans at a Glance:
- 120 mm PWM fans
- Optimised 11 fan blade design
- 1.800 RPM fan speed
- 71,65 m³/h flow volume
- Effective static pressure of 1,7 mm H2O
- O-Type LED ring
- Efficient bearings for long-term durability
- Anti-vibration pads minimise noise level
LED Fans in 120 mm FormatThis variant of the IRIS fan comes with a completely black frame whose special design is responsible for the massive 1,7 mm H20 static pressure. This is supplemented by a total of eleven transparent rotor blades which, thanks to their shape and 1,800 RPM fan speed, generate a maximum airflow of 71,65 m³/h . Equipped with special anti-vibration pads in all four corners of the fan, vibrations and noise are minimised and this results in the IRIS 12 Rainbow RGB producing a mere 26,5 dB at maximum.
The unique feature of the IRIS is, of course, the stylish LED lighting on offer in the form of an O-type LED ring which is integrated into the fan frame. This LED ring offers powerful coloured lighting along with uniform brightness in all directions. With effects like Fading, Breathing, Blinking and Single Colour the IRIS 12 Rainbow RGB makes for a real looker of a fan in any case. For this purpose, a port hub from one of the multipacks is required.
- Dimensions: 120 x 120 x 25 mm (W x H x D)
- Weight: ca. 190 g
- Colour: Black/transparent (frame) / RGB (LEDs)
- Bearing Type: Plain bearing
- Speed: 1.800 RPM
- Flow Volume: max. 71,65 m³/h
- Static Pressure: max. 1,7 mm H2O
- Volume: max. 26,5 dB(A)
- Voltage: 12 V
Starting Voltage: 6 V
- Connector: 4-Pin PWM
- Life Expectancy: 40.000 h
Further links for "IRIS 12 Rainbow RGB LED-Lüfter - 120mm"
|Primary colour||transparent, white|
|Fan connector||4 Pin (PWM)|
|Illumination colour||RGB (selectable)|
|LED Anschlüsse||ja, nur über Controller|
|Initial Voltage||6 V|
|Max rpm (exact)||1800 U/min|
|Max noise level (exact)||26,5 dB(A)|
|Max air volume (exact)||71,65 m³/h|
|Max rpm||1500 - 1999 U/min|
|Min rpm||750 - 999 U/min|
|Max noise level||25 - 29 dB(A)|
|Max air volume||50 - 74 m³/h|
|Rotor diameter||120 mm|
|Mounting holes||120 mm|
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