Whether you keep your A/V components separate or stack them on shelves, unless they're well vented, these delicate components can be damaged by the excessive heat they generate. Remove heat right at the source: Optimized for components on open shelving, the quiet Single Fan Component Cooler turns on automatically when satellite/cable boxes, receivers and other heat-generating components get too hot. Just place the component cooler directly on top of equipment vents. The low-profile unit fits beneath most equipment, and rubber discs are included to raise the height of stacked equipment if necessary.
- Quiet fan removes heat from components on open shelves
- Cooling fan activates automatically at 90° F
- Low-profile fan can fit in between stacked components
- Manufacturer: Middle Atlantic
Fan Turns On Automatically
The quiet, internal fan activates automatically when temperatures generated by hot-running equipment reach damaging levels. The Single Fan Component Cooler activates automatically at 90° F and turns off at 88° F, but since its quiet fan runs at only 19 dB, it won't disturb your enjoyment of your entertainment equipment.
Additional Cooling Systems Available
If you need to cool multiple components, a set of three low-profile component coolers can be daisy chained; you can also add extra coolers to this three-pack. If you maintain a few components in a small cabinet or enclosed entertainment center, use the Cabinet Cooler Fan System instead. For equipment racks maintained in closets, the Closet Cooler will do the trick.
- 72" cord
- 8 rubber feet