PROCOOL AVP-MFC-1U multi zone fan controller
Control individual temperature settings for each fan or control Globaly with one.
Configure a custom cooling system or add to an existing rack mount or cabinet fan system for temperature controlled operation.
Set the Global temp setting to control all 4 fans together or set individual temp profiles for each fan.
The fan controller will monitor the temperatures and start and stop the fans when the user preset temps are reached.
When the ON temp is reached the fans will start. Once the temp has cooled to the OFF temp setting the fans will shut off.
The easy to read Blue LED display shows the temperature in C or F for convenient monitoring. The display can be turned off if desired without affecting operation of the system.
Additionally the fan controller can be set to Always On Mode which bypasses the temperature control function if needed.
(Helpful if the temp probe were to get damaged.)
Connect individual fans or rack mount fans or combinations to gain temperature control. Rack mount fans will require a plug adaptor.
Y splitters can be used to add additional fans. The number of aditional fans would be limited to the power rating of the power supply.
The included power supply is rated at 2A. This will support up to 8 of our SX or SXT series fans or 4 of our high TV series fans. For Ultra high airflow T series fans a 6A power supply is required.
Rack mount fans can be connected as well as several individual cabinet fans or combinations of both.
The number of fans is limited to the combined power consumption of the connected fans.
The standard system AVP-MFC-1U supports up to 2 amps
The advanced system AVP-MFC-1U+ supports up to 6 amps.
The amp ratings for all Procool fans are shown in the specifications tab on each product page. Look for Power Consumption ratings shown in Amps. Add the Amp rating for each rack fan and cabinet fan to be connected to determine which system is needed. Typically the 2 amp system will control 2 to 3 rack mount fans or 10 cabinet fans.
All fans pull a little more power when starting. It's best to use only 1.7 amps with the 2A system and 5 amps for the 6 amp system. This will ensure no start failures and full operating speeds. Fortunately this allows for the 10 cabinet fans and several rack mount fans.