.....the system designer/installers' source for innovative products designed to keep audio/video equipment and home theater installations cool....... quietly!
Cool-tubes are the easy way to restore ventilation to a video projector that's been enclosed to reduce fan noise. Many of the newer fixed-matrix video displays (D-ILA, DLP, LCD) have fans that make far too much noise to permit their use in a home theater. It's easy enough to put the projector in a box and reduce the noise, but then how does it "breathe"? Cool-tubes, consisting of an intake and an exhaust assembly, solve that problem easily. Each of two flexible tubes contains a thermostatically-controlled fan module. When the heat from the projector's lamp activates thermal switches, the exhaust assembly pushes the heated air out of the enclosure, while the intake assembly pulls room air in.
The fan modules operate almost silently, reducing projector noise significantly, typically with less than 3 degrees increase in projector operating temperature when properly installed. Both tubes exit the enclosure through attractive round diffusers. The intake and exhaust assemblies are completely separate, providing 100% redundancy in case of component failure.
Cool-tubes can be used wherever a small enclosure must be ventilated quietly, and come with comprehensive installation instructions.
Specifications: Dimensions: Intake assembly - 4" diameter
5' long Exhaust assembly - 6" diameter tubing,
5' long Fan modules - 6 1/4" square x 7" l.
Remember ----"It isn't cool to run hot"
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Last Update: April 18, 2019
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