• Coolerguys Pre-Set Thermal Controlled Cooling Kits for Cabinets, AV, and Components (Triple 120mm, Thermal Plastic)
  • Coolerguys Pre-Set Thermal Controlled Cooling Kits for Cabinets, AV, and Components (Triple 120mm, Thermal Plastic)
  • Coolerguys Pre-Set Thermal Controlled Cooling Kits for Cabinets, AV, and Components (Triple 120mm, Thermal Plastic)
  • Coolerguys Pre-Set Thermal Controlled Cooling Kits for Cabinets, AV, and Components (Triple 120mm, Thermal Plastic)
Coolerguys Pre-Set Thermal Controlled Cooling Kits for Cabinets, AV, and Components (Triple 120mm, Thermal Plastic)
Coolerguys Pre-Set Thermal Controlled Cooling Kits for Cabinets, AV, and Components (Triple 120mm, Thermal Plastic)
Coolerguys Pre-Set Thermal Controlled Cooling Kits for Cabinets, AV, and Components (Triple 120mm, Thermal Plastic)
Coolerguys Pre-Set Thermal Controlled Cooling Kits for Cabinets, AV, and Components (Triple 120mm, Thermal Plastic)

Coolerguys Pre-Set Thermal Controlled Cooling Kits for Cabinets, AV, and Components (Triple 120mm, Thermal Plastic)

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  • Includes (3) Ultra quiet 120mm Fans
  • Also includes a thermal controller that only turns fans on when needed
  • All necessary screws, cables, and fasteners to complete the unit are included
  • 17.7" x 6.25" x 1.25"
  • Now includes our updated Rev. 4 Preset controller

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Great fan unit for cooling audio components in an enclosed rack! So far, so good. I bought this to cool a tube amplifier in my Salamander Designs audio cabinet. Before I bought these fans the internal temps were getting up around 100-110+ even with the mesh doors and the back of the cabinet removed. With the fan I was able to bring the temps down to 84 (in an 80 deg room) in short time. The fans are VERY quite (more than expected) and the thermostat works well. Assembly was a breeze with the included hardware and took only about 15 min. I would say braiding the cable from the fans actually took more time than putting the unit together. The only CON I can think of is the plastic panel it comes with is a little light but once mounted it doesn't make any difference at all. I would buy this again without a second thought. 5Perfect for Computer inside desk and entertainment centers... I had a house before and in that house had a custom desk with a computer in it that the computer fan kept going out trying to cool it down because the inside of the cabinet kept getting too hot. I also had an entertainment center with all the DVR, DVD Player, Amps, etc and it kept getting too hot behind the closed doors.So when we built our new house last year, I ordered a couple of these an put one in each: my computer desk and my entertainment center. Now I have this fan kick on when the inside of the cabinet gets too hot. It pulls air from the cracks between the door and the cabinet (no whistling sound) and pushes it out through the side of the desk/entertainment center. The wood is a dark walnut with a a dark stain/glaze so this color blends in really well under my desk and entertainment center. They work great and haven't had any issues with overheating. They are super quiet and if it wasn't for the green light I wouldn't even know it was on half the time. They push a descent amount of air and have been able to keep everything running cool/smooth without any thought/additional action on my part. 5Cooling my cabinet well I can recommend this product. I initially configured it with 2 fans blowing into my cabinet and one out of the cabinet. I don't think that is an ideal config. I recommend having all 3 fans blowing in the same direction. My 3 fans are now blowing into the cabinet. The fans are still running a lot (but they are turning off and I can't hear when they are on) so I may add a fan or perhaps try to reverse them to have them suck the hot air out.I have the following gear in the cabinet: Denon AVR 4300H, Tivo Bolt+ (The 2 biggest heat offenders and the Tivo is always on), AppleTV, Amazon Fire TV and a Samsung UHD Bluray and a 9 port Netgear switch.Now I can have the doors to the cabinet closed.I have only used the setup for 2 days - I will try to update this after a few weeks or so. 5Keeps Hot Gaming Consoles Cool TL;DR -- Fans keep hot-running gaming consoles cool in an enclosed cabinet. The temperature control sensor works great. Assembly and install easy for novices.Pros- Assembling the fans was easier than I thought it would be. When I opened the box and saw all the parts my first reaction was "Aagh this will be hard," but it only took a few minutes.- The temperature control wire is long so you can place it anywhere within the cabinet.- Fans run quiet so with glass doors shut on my entertainment center I can't hear them. This also reduces the noise of the gaming consoles which sound like vacuum cleaners running when they get hot.- I set the fans to blow air in rather than suck hot air out and they do a really great job of cooling the gear, even better than I thought they would.- I installed the double fans straddling a shelf and there was plenty of space between them to accommodate a 3/4" shelf.Cons- Measurements provided for cutting hole size are just fine, but it would have been nice to have a template included. I did make a paper template which helped me visualize and place the fans in the ideal location.- No hardware for mounting the control switch. Even double sided tape would have been nice. So that is crammed in the back of the cabinet.- No sticky surface for taping temp sensor to entertainment center. Would have been nice to have a peel back sticker on there.- I guess it's up to the DIYer to figure out what tools to use, but a la IKEA some advice would have been nice. My entertainment center has one of those woody cardboard backs so I ended up cutting a groove on my marked rectangle with a Dremel tool cutting blade then finishing the cuts with a free hand coping saw blade. That worked really well. 4Works Very Well, Quiet, but Not Silent My wife got me a new receiver for my birthday, an Onkyo that could double as a space heater or toaster oven. (It can power nine sets of speakers and weighs 60 pounds!) When opening the door to the subsection of the entertainment center cabinet that holds the receiver, heat would pour out onto my face even though the rear panel of the cabinet had large ventilation slots. Something had to be done, or else I could easily see the Onkyo turning itself into a smoldering pile of electronic parts - right after the warranty expired, for sure!So I bought the two fan unit. I debated getting the three fan unit, but I'm glad I didn't. We use the mute button a lot (darn loud commercials!!!) and these fans aren't totally silent. It's sort of like a rough white noise, not objectionable, but not totally quiet, either. (Possibly it's because some of the fan's vibration resonates through the cheap wood rear panel of my entertainment center.) If I had gotten the three fan unit, that would have been all the more noise, plus it would have been totally unnecessary since the two fans exhaust every bit of heat the Onkyo can throw at them. The best part is the thermostat which turns off the fans when they're not needed.Some tips you might find useful: The temperature probe comes with a clear vinyl tube to protect it during shipping. At first I left it on, not knowing if I should take it off, but the system seems to work much better if you take the tube off. (Wait until everything's installed - the probe itself looks delicate.) Also, I placed the naked probe a few inches ahead of the 'suck side' of one of the fans so hot air from the Onkyo would constantly go past the probe, which would update the fan control unit as to what temperature air was about to be sucked out of the cabinet. This placement has worked well for me. I used a sticky-back wire mount and zip tie to mount the probe to dangle down from a shelf above the receiver.Overall, a very good kit. Just resist the temptation to get the three fan kit. Two fans keep the my oven, err, uh, receiver from melting down. 4Works Great! I have a closed-glass-door-front/closed-wood-panel-back (except for the wire access holes) entertainment center; with a Directv HR34 DVR and a "high-current" Sony ES AVR producing the preponderance of the undesirable heat. Prior to the Cabcool-1203 install, the HR34 was reporting 124F-126F; after the install, 108F (ambient room temp was 76F).I used a Makita XVJ03Z cordless jigsaw to make the back access provision/hole for the cooling fans. I also drilled some large ventilation holes for the lower shelves to let the rising heat reach the cooling/exhaust fans (blowing outward)The assembly was easy. The fan controller has two bright LEDs (function status indicators) which I subdued with some dark film (Dim It light dimming sheets)--now I can see real-time fan status where the LED brightness matches my other AV component indicators.The thermocouple control is spot on. However, even with the components turned-off, there is enough heat to cause the cooling fans to cycle on/off periodically--it is doing its job.Once installed, I can detect only minimal noise. I wish it were quieter; however, I think the tradeoff for cooler AV components is well worth the cost, effort, and minor airflow background noise. Using a sound meter app, the ambient noise floor measured 26db and increased to 34db when the cooling fans are on; as measured from my seated position at 13.5 feet in front of the entertainment center. 5Great product but research what you actually need. Package came with good directions and was easy to install and get working. Fans are quiet the thermal sensor does work well but i have just plugged it into the back of my stereo and just trigger it when turning on my receiver instead. So if you are using this for a receiver you might not need the thermal controller I could have gotten away with the cabcool 802 if I would have thought of that :). Plus receivers heat up so fast it only buys you a minute if that.Cons: Pricey. fans feel like cheap case fans you buy 4 for 15 dollars in a value pack.Pros: Does the job well and you don't have to hunt for all the pieces to make this work or cut a mold from plastic. Coolerguys have done a great job of doing all of that for you and packaging it nicely with good instructions. Fan's are quiet.Great product would buy this for a large cabinet but for the purpose i needed it for just keeping my receiver cool in the shelf and stop it from over heating I should have gone with the CabCool 802 80mm model without thermal controller. Know your application if you really need Thermal controller + 120mm fans. 5Good Experience This kit is less expensive than other kits out there, so I rate it a good value. It arrived in good order very quickly, was easy to install, and so far is working well. The fans are VERY QUIET and cannot be heard. They do not move a lot of air, and I am sure this contributes to the low sound level, but I can tell by placing my hand over the exhaust grill that air is indeed moving. One note: the parts as shown in the picture are all the parts that you get. You should note that they do not include any instructions on how to assemble and install the kit. You will need to navigate to the vendor's website to find the instruction sheet. That is the only reason I don't give this product 5 stars.October, 2010 Update: after I had this product for less than 1 year, one of the fans quit working. I contacted Coolerguys and they sent me out a replacement module. That one worked for less than one week. I was very discouraged at this point. However, I found a little button on the back of the module that appears to be an override for the temperature probe, and sets the fans to "always on". So now they run constantly, but I think that is ok because it gets pretty warm inside the cabinet so I like that there is constant airflow. The fans are so quiet that I have to shine a flashlight on them to see if they are operating. 4Does what it s supposed to do Bought for computer desk with limited ventilation in the tower compartment. Does what it s supposed to do so basically acceptable. Fans are not the quietest available - Noctua are much quieter for instance (I have these in the case installed in the desk). For PC cabinet noise level is fine. If you are using for AV application noise might be more of a concern.For installation should be noted the fans and hardware come disassembled - you get fans, front and rear covers, mounting plate and a bag of screws. Took me around 15 min to assemble, and another 30 min to install. The mounting plate is plastic (and somewhat flimsy) but looks reasonably good installed. Only real beef about installation is no templates are included for making the two cutouts (fan panel and control module).On build quality as noted not the quietest fans but reasonable for this price point. The front grill screens feel cheap (very thin metal) but as with plastic mounting panel they look ok installed. The control module has a strange design though that s a bit of a head scratcher. The switch for choosing between always-on and thermocouple control is on the back rather than on the front where the indicator leds are. So depending on your situation may be difficult to get at once installed. Also the included wire management solution (one cable tie) seems like an afterthought. Would be nice if a self adhesive mount for the thermocouple was included- ended up tacking it in the hottest spot with a little bit of duct tape. 4This is an awesome product. Have a built-in cabinet with upper and lower glass doors. The bottom side has the electronics (surround sound receiver, satellite receiver, blue-ray disk player, etc. and the upper is just book cases. With the doors closed the heat really builds up. I tried just using vent holes in the shelf between the upper and lower, and that didn't work at all.The coolerguys thermostatically controlled 3-fan system was the perfect solution. I had to cut a rectangular hole between the upper and lower (same place I had tried vent hole)s. Installation was a breeze that took about an hour and now the fans are dissipating heat out of the electronics level into the upper level and I can feel the air flowing in from the bottom and out the top through the glass doors. It kicks on and off so I know its doing its job based on temp inside the cabinet. And I have to put my ear to the cabinet to hear the fans. This is an awesome product. 5
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Great fan unit for cooling audio components in an enclosed rack! So far, so good. I bought this to cool a tube amplifier in my Salamander Designs audio cabinet. Before I bought these fans the internal temps were getting up around 100-110+ even with the mesh doors and the back of the cabinet removed. With the fan I was able to bring the temps down to 84 (in an 80 deg room) in short time. The fans are VERY quite (more than expected) and the thermostat works well. Assembly was a breeze with the included hardware and took only about 15 min. I would say braiding the cable from the fans actually took more time than putting the unit together. The only CON I can think of is the plastic panel it comes with is a little light but once mounted it doesn't make any difference at all. I would buy this again without a second thought. 5Perfect for Computer inside desk and entertainment centers... I had a house before and in that house had a custom desk with a computer in it that the computer fan kept going out trying to cool it down because the inside of the cabinet kept getting too hot. I also had an entertainment center with all the DVR, DVD Player, Amps, etc and it kept getting too hot behind the closed doors.So when we built our new house last year, I ordered a couple of these an put one in each: my computer desk and my entertainment center. Now I have this fan kick on when the inside of the cabinet gets too hot. It pulls air from the cracks between the door and the cabinet (no whistling sound) and pushes it out through the side of the desk/entertainment center. The wood is a dark walnut with a a dark stain/glaze so this color blends in really well under my desk and entertainment center. They work great and haven't had any issues with overheating. They are super quiet and if it wasn't for the green light I wouldn't even know it was on half the time. They push a descent amount of air and have been able to keep everything running cool/smooth without any thought/additional action on my part. 5Cooling my cabinet well I can recommend this product. I initially configured it with 2 fans blowing into my cabinet and one out of the cabinet. I don't think that is an ideal config. I recommend having all 3 fans blowing in the same direction. My 3 fans are now blowing into the cabinet. The fans are still running a lot (but they are turning off and I can't hear when they are on) so I may add a fan or perhaps try to reverse them to have them suck the hot air out.I have the following gear in the cabinet: Denon AVR 4300H, Tivo Bolt+ (The 2 biggest heat offenders and the Tivo is always on), AppleTV, Amazon Fire TV and a Samsung UHD Bluray and a 9 port Netgear switch.Now I can have the doors to the cabinet closed.I have only used the setup for 2 days - I will try to update this after a few weeks or so. 5Keeps Hot Gaming Consoles Cool TL;DR -- Fans keep hot-running gaming consoles cool in an enclosed cabinet. The temperature control sensor works great. Assembly and install easy for novices.Pros- Assembling the fans was easier than I thought it would be. When I opened the box and saw all the parts my first reaction was "Aagh this will be hard," but it only took a few minutes.- The temperature control wire is long so you can place it anywhere within the cabinet.- Fans run quiet so with glass doors shut on my entertainment center I can't hear them. This also reduces the noise of the gaming consoles which sound like vacuum cleaners running when they get hot.- I set the fans to blow air in rather than suck hot air out and they do a really great job of cooling the gear, even better than I thought they would.- I installed the double fans straddling a shelf and there was plenty of space between them to accommodate a 3/4" shelf.Cons- Measurements provided for cutting hole size are just fine, but it would have been nice to have a template included. I did make a paper template which helped me visualize and place the fans in the ideal location.- No hardware for mounting the control switch. Even double sided tape would have been nice. So that is crammed in the back of the cabinet.- No sticky surface for taping temp sensor to entertainment center. Would have been nice to have a peel back sticker on there.- I guess it's up to the DIYer to figure out what tools to use, but a la IKEA some advice would have been nice. My entertainment center has one of those woody cardboard backs so I ended up cutting a groove on my marked rectangle with a Dremel tool cutting blade then finishing the cuts with a free hand coping saw blade. That worked really well. 4Works Very Well, Quiet, but Not Silent My wife got me a new receiver for my birthday, an Onkyo that could double as a space heater or toaster oven. (It can power nine sets of speakers and weighs 60 pounds!) When opening the door to the subsection of the entertainment center cabinet that holds the receiver, heat would pour out onto my face even though the rear panel of the cabinet had large ventilation slots. Something had to be done, or else I could easily see the Onkyo turning itself into a smoldering pile of electronic parts - right after the warranty expired, for sure!So I bought the two fan unit. I debated getting the three fan unit, but I'm glad I didn't. We use the mute button a lot (darn loud commercials!!!) and these fans aren't totally silent. It's sort of like a rough white noise, not objectionable, but not totally quiet, either. (Possibly it's because some of the fan's vibration resonates through the cheap wood rear panel of my entertainment center.) If I had gotten the three fan unit, that would have been all the more noise, plus it would have been totally unnecessary since the two fans exhaust every bit of heat the Onkyo can throw at them. The best part is the thermostat which turns off the fans when they're not needed.Some tips you might find useful: The temperature probe comes with a clear vinyl tube to protect it during shipping. At first I left it on, not knowing if I should take it off, but the system seems to work much better if you take the tube off. (Wait until everything's installed - the probe itself looks delicate.) Also, I placed the naked probe a few inches ahead of the 'suck side' of one of the fans so hot air from the Onkyo would constantly go past the probe, which would update the fan control unit as to what temperature air was about to be sucked out of the cabinet. This placement has worked well for me. I used a sticky-back wire mount and zip tie to mount the probe to dangle down from a shelf above the receiver.Overall, a very good kit. Just resist the temptation to get the three fan kit. Two fans keep the my oven, err, uh, receiver from melting down. 4Works Great! I have a closed-glass-door-front/closed-wood-panel-back (except for the wire access holes) entertainment center; with a Directv HR34 DVR and a "high-current" Sony ES AVR producing the preponderance of the undesirable heat. Prior to the Cabcool-1203 install, the HR34 was reporting 124F-126F; after the install, 108F (ambient room temp was 76F).I used a Makita XVJ03Z cordless jigsaw to make the back access provision/hole for the cooling fans. I also drilled some large ventilation holes for the lower shelves to let the rising heat reach the cooling/exhaust fans (blowing outward)The assembly was easy. The fan controller has two bright LEDs (function status indicators) which I subdued with some dark film (Dim It light dimming sheets)--now I can see real-time fan status where the LED brightness matches my other AV component indicators.The thermocouple control is spot on. However, even with the components turned-off, there is enough heat to cause the cooling fans to cycle on/off periodically--it is doing its job.Once installed, I can detect only minimal noise. I wish it were quieter; however, I think the tradeoff for cooler AV components is well worth the cost, effort, and minor airflow background noise. Using a sound meter app, the ambient noise floor measured 26db and increased to 34db when the cooling fans are on; as measured from my seated position at 13.5 feet in front of the entertainment center. 5Great product but research what you actually need. Package came with good directions and was easy to install and get working. Fans are quiet the thermal sensor does work well but i have just plugged it into the back of my stereo and just trigger it when turning on my receiver instead. So if you are using this for a receiver you might not need the thermal controller I could have gotten away with the cabcool 802 if I would have thought of that :). Plus receivers heat up so fast it only buys you a minute if that.Cons: Pricey. fans feel like cheap case fans you buy 4 for 15 dollars in a value pack.Pros: Does the job well and you don't have to hunt for all the pieces to make this work or cut a mold from plastic. Coolerguys have done a great job of doing all of that for you and packaging it nicely with good instructions. Fan's are quiet.Great product would buy this for a large cabinet but for the purpose i needed it for just keeping my receiver cool in the shelf and stop it from over heating I should have gone with the CabCool 802 80mm model without thermal controller. Know your application if you really need Thermal controller + 120mm fans. 5Good Experience This kit is less expensive than other kits out there, so I rate it a good value. It arrived in good order very quickly, was easy to install, and so far is working well. The fans are VERY QUIET and cannot be heard. They do not move a lot of air, and I am sure this contributes to the low sound level, but I can tell by placing my hand over the exhaust grill that air is indeed moving. One note: the parts as shown in the picture are all the parts that you get. You should note that they do not include any instructions on how to assemble and install the kit. You will need to navigate to the vendor's website to find the instruction sheet. That is the only reason I don't give this product 5 stars.October, 2010 Update: after I had this product for less than 1 year, one of the fans quit working. I contacted Coolerguys and they sent me out a replacement module. That one worked for less than one week. I was very discouraged at this point. However, I found a little button on the back of the module that appears to be an override for the temperature probe, and sets the fans to "always on". So now they run constantly, but I think that is ok because it gets pretty warm inside the cabinet so I like that there is constant airflow. The fans are so quiet that I have to shine a flashlight on them to see if they are operating. 4Does what it s supposed to do Bought for computer desk with limited ventilation in the tower compartment. Does what it s supposed to do so basically acceptable. Fans are not the quietest available - Noctua are much quieter for instance (I have these in the case installed in the desk). For PC cabinet noise level is fine. If you are using for AV application noise might be more of a concern.For installation should be noted the fans and hardware come disassembled - you get fans, front and rear covers, mounting plate and a bag of screws. Took me around 15 min to assemble, and another 30 min to install. The mounting plate is plastic (and somewhat flimsy) but looks reasonably good installed. Only real beef about installation is no templates are included for making the two cutouts (fan panel and control module).On build quality as noted not the quietest fans but reasonable for this price point. The front grill screens feel cheap (very thin metal) but as with plastic mounting panel they look ok installed. The control module has a strange design though that s a bit of a head scratcher. The switch for choosing between always-on and thermocouple control is on the back rather than on the front where the indicator leds are. So depending on your situation may be difficult to get at once installed. Also the included wire management solution (one cable tie) seems like an afterthought. Would be nice if a self adhesive mount for the thermocouple was included- ended up tacking it in the hottest spot with a little bit of duct tape. 4This is an awesome product. Have a built-in cabinet with upper and lower glass doors. The bottom side has the electronics (surround sound receiver, satellite receiver, blue-ray disk player, etc. and the upper is just book cases. With the doors closed the heat really builds up. I tried just using vent holes in the shelf between the upper and lower, and that didn't work at all.The coolerguys thermostatically controlled 3-fan system was the perfect solution. I had to cut a rectangular hole between the upper and lower (same place I had tried vent hole)s. Installation was a breeze that took about an hour and now the fans are dissipating heat out of the electronics level into the upper level and I can feel the air flowing in from the bottom and out the top through the glass doors. It kicks on and off so I know its doing its job based on temp inside the cabinet. And I have to put my ear to the cabinet to hear the fans. This is an awesome product. 5
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