[mythtv-users] Quiet fans
yan at seiner.com
Thu Oct 16 00:04:19 UTC 2008
On Wed, October 15, 2008 4:52 pm, Darrin wrote:
> Nice. If it were me, I'd complicate it a bit more and use an atmel avr
> to do the same thing. Then, you have the ability to reprogram it to your
> whims and no potentiometers are needed. You could even change the ramp
> on the pwm to be completely non-linear for your specific needs. The
> could do the job, has an onboard temp sensor, built in PWM, and only costs
> $1.91 from digi-key.
Any chance of doing a project page on this? That could be cool.
Even cooler (no pun intended) would be something with a termistor on a
lead that could be stuffed into a hard drive caddy space. :-)
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