ARCTIC P12 Slim PWM PST - for when you need a 15mm thick fan

Posted on Monday, Jan 25 2021 @ 12:16 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
ARCTIC introduces the P12 Slim PWM PST fan. This model is designed for use cases where you have limited space, the fan has a thickness of just 15mm. The PWM fan spins at 300 to 2100RPM, it offers up to 41.1CFM of airflow, a static pressure of 1.45mm/H2O and a noise level of 0.3 Sone. It has a MSRP of 9.99EUR and features 10 years of warranty.
ARCTIC, a leading manufacturer of low-noise PC coolers and components, presents the P12 Slim PWM PST – a new fan for HTPC cases, SFF and mini PCs. With an installation depth of only 15 mm, this 120 mm fan is ideal for use in compact cases.

Limited spacing can make fan installation difficult. That’s why ARCTIC has expanded its fan range with the P12 Slim PWM PST. This fan is designed for high static pressure, which also makes it excellently suited for use on CPU coolers and radiators.

The rotation speed of the P12 Slim PWM PST is in the range of 300 to 2100 RPM and is controlled by PWM signal. Synchronous and noise-reduced control of multiple fans is easily possible using PWM Sharing Technology (PST). The newly developed ARCTIC motor with sinusoidal magnetization also contributes to the smooth running of the P12 Slim PWM PST, which keeps commutation oscillations to a minimum. The installed neodymium-iron-boron magnetic ring of the latest generation lowers the coil temperature and has an energy-saving effect. This makes the fan particularly efficient. Its service life is also particularly long, thanks to a 10 °C lower motor temperature combined with a low-friction plain bearing. The P12 Slim PWM PST comes with a 10-year warranty.

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