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Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by BeeJ, Sep 15, 2010.

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  1. BeeJ

    BeeJ Guest

    Does anyone make a 12VDC low current blower?
    100 ma is not low current. Would like 40 ma or less.
    Something the size that might be used in a PC or similar.
     
  2. Winston

    Winston Guest

    www.digikey.com shows 32 parts matching your description
    from 40 mA all the way down to 10.42 mA (10.8 CFM at zero head.)


    --Winston
     
  3. BeeJ

    BeeJ Guest

    Winston has brought this to us :
    Your Digikey must be different than mine.
    Blower
    12VDC
    <=40MA

    How about a sample part number?
     
  4. Winston

    Winston Guest

    I thought you were using the term 'blower' to denote
    a plain fan. Whoopsy.

    The only Blower I see close to your requirement is 42 mA.

    www.digikey.com > Part Search > Fan > Fans - DC (2,844 items) >
    Blower > 12 VDC > .05 W

    259-1393-ND
    259-1456-ND

    Would these work?


    If you can afford 58.3 mA there are a couple more:

    259-1315-ND
    259-1292-ND

    --Winston
     
  5. BeeJ

    BeeJ Guest

    Winston wrote on 9/15/2010 :
    close, but no cigar (as if you really wanted one).
    What with the new magnets, you'd think someone would produce a really
    efficient blower or tube axial.
     
  6. Winston

    Winston Guest

    On 9/16/2010 3:28 PM, BeeJ wrote:

    (...)
    Could you use a tube axial in your application?

    Digikey has some very low power parts.

    --Winston
     
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