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Antminer/Innosilicon Flat Mount Fan Shroud for 150mm duct

$20.00

Thi is a variant of the 150mm fan shroud, with an offset for the duct to allow the miner to sit flat on the floor, rather than on a shelf.

Price: $20.00

Antminer/Innosilicon 9 Vane Laminar Flow Fan Shroud for 150mm duct

$25.00

This 150mm shroud for Antminer cryptocurrency miners adds extended vanes and a nosecone on the fan, to encourage laminar flow within the duct, allowing for increased airflow and lower backpressure.

Price: $25.00

Antminer/Innosilicon Fan Shroud for 150mm duct

$20.00

This is a 3d printed fan shroud that we have designed and developed in-house. It is made from durable ABS plastic, and allows you to connect a 150mm flexible duct to your miner's 120mm exhaust fan, allowing you to vent the hot air directly outside (or in winter, into your air conditioning ducts).

Price: $20.00

Antminer D3 L3+ Fan Cowl

$15.00

This is a cowl for the rear of the Antminer D3 & L3+ which is 165mm tall (please confirm your machines are suitable before ordering, if your machine height differs, let me know and I can modify the design for you).

It allows all hot air from the rear of the machine to be extracted, including the upper vents which are not covered by the fan.

Price: $15.00

Antminer/Innosilicon Fan duct adaptor/shroud for 125mm duct

$18.00

This is a 3d printed fan shroud designed and 3d printed in-house. It is made from durable ABS plastic, and allows you to connect a 125mm flexible duct to your miner's 120mm exhaust fan, allowing you to vent the hot air directly outside (or in winter, into your air conditioning ducts).

Price: $18.00

1-Wire and DS18B20 support added to Flame

I've just ported Paul Stoffregen's Arduino OneWire library to Flame, and added support for the ubiquitous Dallas Semiconductors DS18B20 1-Wire tempertature sensors.

A new TemperatureListener interface has been added, as these sensors can take a long time to get a reading (750ms at 12 bit resolution). If you don't want to use the listener interface, you can ask the device instance what it's latest reading was.

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