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Help needed finding very specific fan

Hello everyone! I'm looking for something a bit different than the usual pc fans. I'm looking for a very small (preferably 100mm or smaller) fan that is slim and very high rpm. I need it to move lots of air but it needs to be able to plug in to a standard US 3 pin wall outlet. Something almost like an in line duct fan for hvac. I'm working on a project and I need a fan that's very small and powerful. I know that LTT does a lot of experiments with crazy cooling projects so maybe someone can reference a video that might contain what I need.

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28 minutes ago, SidePiece said:

Hello everyone! I'm looking for something a bit different than the usual pc fans. I'm looking for a very small (preferably 100mm or smaller) fan that is slim and very high rpm. I need it to move lots of air but it needs to be able to plug in to a standard US 3 pin wall outlet. Something almost like an in line duct fan for hvac. I'm working on a project and I need a fan that's very small and powerful. I know that LTT does a lot of experiments with crazy cooling projects so maybe someone can reference a video that might contain what I need.

https://www.acinfinity.com/component-cooling/axial-fans/115v-ac-cooltron-fan-92mm-x-25mm-high-speed/

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Here's AC fans : https://www.digikey.com/en/products/filter/ac-fans/216

 

Here's DC fans : https://www.digikey.com/en/products/filter/dc-brushless-fans-bldc/217

 

Filter to get only 100mm or smaller fans (note there's round fans with 100mm diameter, there's square fans with 100mm or less diagonal or side length... 

Then you can filter by either air flow or air pressure...

 

An ac-dc adapter is super cheap... a wallwart like a phone charger could be used to power the fan.

You can get quite powerful 24v fans that push a lot of air.

 

Here's some AC fans filtered by size and ordered by airflow : https://www.digikey.com/short/dzp9mf3r

 

 

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