August 5, 2016 AT 2:00 am

Build Your Own Temperature Controlled Fan @Raspberry_Pi #piday #raspberrypi

Fan Circuit bb

Great project from Andreas Johansson up on Hackster.io.

I noticed that the media furniture where I have most of my media related devices (bluray-player, gaming consoles, etc.) was getting very warm whenever I was using one of these. I felt the urge to “geek-out” on this to make a something that is both fun and at the same time practical.

The system is divided in 2 sub-circuits; 5v and 12v.

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