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Sep 18, 12 at 11:56am

I'm a bit confused

In the article (including the conclusion); you stated that the controller will allow for a maximum of 10 watts per channel, but the (attached) picture of the specifications state that it can handle a maximum of 30 watts per channel.

So which is it; as this can make a huge difference in which fans you can plug in (Feser Triebwerk fans have a rating of 15 watts), I've already had a fan controller in the past crap out because it wasn't able to handle anything over 12 watts/ channel

Sep 13, 12 at 9:58am

Seems nice but the LCD of this kind of products die rather fast

Sep 12, 12 at 4:23pm

The BitFenix Recon is a five channel fan controller that enables you to monitor and control your system on the go with any internet-connected device. Adjust your fan speed settings with the touchscreen on your smartphone, or the responsive screen on the Recon unit itself. We take a quick look at the fan controller in our review:

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