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****** Page 1 ****** ACINFINITY AXIAL SERIES PROJECT COOLING FANS USER MANUAL

****** Page 3 ****** WELCOME Thank you for choosing AC Infinity. We are committed to product quality and friendly customer service. If you have any questions or suggestions, please don’t hesitate to contact us. Visit acinfinity.com and click contact for our contact information. EMAIL support@acinfinity.com WEB acinfinity.com LOCATION Los Angeles, CA 3

****** Page 4 ****** MANUAL CODE AFI PRODUCT AXIAL 8025 AXIAL 8038 AXIAL 9225 AXIAL 9238 AXIAL 1225 AXIAL 1238 AXIAL 1751 AXIAL 5225 AXIAL S1225D AXIAL 5238 AXIAL S1238D AXIAL LS1238 4 MODEL HS8025A-X LS8038A-X HS9225A-X HS9238A-X LS1225A-X HS1238A-X HS1751A-X A1-120SCX A1-120SCXD A1-1238SCX A1-1238SCXD LS1238A-X UPC-A 854759004259 854759004273 854759004228 854759004266 854759004211 854759004181 854759004303 854759004129 854759004150 819137020078 819137020085 819137020542

****** Page 5 ****** MANUAL INDEX Manual Index Fan Specifications Key Features Product Contents Fan Replacement Mounting Powering Speed Controller Other AC Infinity Products Warranty Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Page 8 Page 9 Page 12 Page 15 Page 16 Page 17 Page 18 5

****** Page 6 ****** FAN SPECIFICATIONS CASE SIZE Square axial fans come in the standard sizes set by the industry. They are commonly quoted with millimeters in the format length time height times width. A case size measuring 120 mm tall, 120 mm long, and 38 mm wide may be quoted as 120 x 120 x 38 mm. CURRENT AND VOLTAGE Fans designed to be powered by alternating current are known as AC fans. They are available in two voltage ranges, 100 to 125V, and 200 to 240V. A fan rated between 100 to 125V can be powered by household outlets in the US, which run at around 120V AC. CONNECTORS AC fans usually have terminal or wires as its power connector, located on the edges of its case. Terminals are two metal prongs which can be attached to a cord such as a power plug. Wire connectors, also known as leads are directly wired to the power source. SPEED Some applications demand a high airflow while others require minimal noise. To meet these requirements, fans are available in different speeds rated in RPM or rotations per minute. Given the same fan size, a higher RPM is correlated with higher airflow and noise. BEARINGS Axial fans are available with different types of bearings that can affect its life expectancy and mounting position. Dual ball bearings have the longest life and allows the fan to be mounted in any direction. Sleeve bearings have a low cost but short life expectancy. 6

****** Page 7 ****** KEY FEATURES ALUMINUM HOUSING A heavy duty construction allows the fan to be used in harsh environments and withstand shocks. o O MOTOR PROTECTION Impedance protected motors have windings that have a higher resistance to heat during a rotor lock. THERMOPLASTIC PBT Materials used in the blade and impeller meet UL 94 standards for resistance to flammability. o o o DUAL BALL BEARINGS Long life bearings rated at 67,000 hours. Also allows the fan to be mounted in any direction. SPEED CONTROLLER* Allows control of the fans speed and the ability to adjust the fans airflow and noise level for various applications. O AC VOLTAGE Rated between 100 to 125V AC, the fan can be powered directly by a US household outlet without an adapter. * Controller is sold separately, only included with AXIAL S1225, S1225Di S1238 and S1238D. 7

****** Page 8 ****** PRODUCT CONTENTS AXIAL 8025 AXIAL 8038 AXIAL FAN AXIAL S1225 HS8025A-X LS8038A-X AXIAL 9225 AXIAL 9238 AXIAL LS1238 HS9225A-X HS9238A-X LS1238A-X AXIAL 9225 AXIAL 9238 AXIAL 1751 FAN GUARDS (Q) SCREWS POWER CORD (xl) A1-120SCX AXIAL 238 A1-1238SCX LS1225A-X HS1238A-X HS1751A-X 00 AXIAL FAN (xl) FAN GUARDS (x2) SCREWS HINGE (xl) AXIAL S1225D A1-120SCXD AXIAL A1-1238SCXD SPEED CONTROLLER (xl) 00 SPEED CONTROLLER (xl ) AXIAL FAN (Q) 8 FAN GUARDS (x4) SCREWS (x8) HINGE (x2)

****** Page 9 ****** FAN REPLACEMENT STEP 1- COMPATIBILITY Before you begin, please make sure that your new fan has a case size and voltage range that is compatible with the previous fan. Please turnoff any power going into your old fan. STEP 2 – PREVIOUS FAN HAS TERMINAL CONNECTORS o o If the fan you are trying to replace has terminal connectors, detach its power connector from the terminals by pulling it off the fan. If the connectors cannot be pulled off, please see page 10 for more information on previous fan that has wired connectors. Mount the new fan into position using the previous fan’s hardware. Then attach the power connectors onto the terminals of your new fan. Turn the power back on and your new fan should begin to run. 9

****** Page 10 ****** FAN REPLACEMENT STEP 2 – PREVIOUS FAN HAS WIRED CONNECTORS If the fan you are trying to replace has permanent wires connected to the power source that can’t be removed by pulling on it, cut the wire to remove the previous fan. Then take the power plug cord included in this kit and remove the head with a wire stripper. Under the cords plastic should be two identical wires with their tips exposed. o STEP 3 – WIRING (LEADS) The previous power source should have a set of two wires. Connect one wire from the plug cord to one wire on the power source, then repeat for the second pair. 10

****** Page 11 ****** FAN REPLACEMENT STEP 4 – CONNECTING You can connect the two wire pairs by using a connect or block or electrical tape and wire connectors. Exposed wires and terminals can be hazardous when the fan is powered. STEP 5 – TERMINALS Mount the new fan into position using the previous fan’ s hardware. Then attach the power cord’s connectors onto the terminals of your new fan. 11

****** Page 12 ****** MOUNTING Please see page 14 for Hinge Mounting Instructions for Speed Control Fan Kits. STEP 1 – MARKING Use the fan to determine the exact position where you wish to mount it. Outline the center circle and four outer screw holes with a pencil. o STEP 2 – DRILLING Attach a hole saw onto the power drill, create the center hole as outlined by your markings from the previous step. The hole saw size is dependent on the fan’s case size. Using a power drill, create four screw holes as outlined by your markings from the previous step. We recommend using a drill bit size from 10/64″ to 14/64″. 12

****** Page 13 ****** MOUNTING STEP 3 – POSITIONING Position the fan against the hole just created. Place a wire guard over the fan’s side and another guard on the opposite end while keeping the screw holes aligned. STEP 4 – MOUNTING Mount the unit using four machine screws while holding each corresponding nut in place. Use a screwdriver to finish tightening the unit securely. Please see page 15 on instructions on powering the fan. o o o o 13

****** Page 14 ****** MOUNTING Hinges are only included with Speed Control Fan Kits: Sl 225, S1225D, S1238, and S1238D. STEP 1 -ATTACHING HINGE To attach the hinge that is included in the kit, slide the screw through the front end of the fan and the hinge as shown. Tighten the screw appropriately. STEP 2 – MOUNTING HINGE To mount the hinge on to your setup, use the included wood screw to drill into position. You may need to turn the hinge to its side to create a clear pathway to mount the wood screws through the hinge and onto a surface. Please see page 15 on instructions on powering the fan. 14 o

****** Page 15 ****** POWERING STEP 1 -TERMINAL After mounting your fan you can then attach the power plug cord onto the fans terminal. STEP 2 – POWERING Lastly, plug the cord’s head into a standard outlet. You may also power the fan with a wired power source, please see page 10 and 11. 15

****** Page 16 ****** SPEED CONTROLLER LIGHT INDICATOR When the light is lit up then the speed controller is turned on and is receiving power. When the light is off then so is the controller and fan. ON To turn on the fan, turn clockwise until you feel a click and then keep turning until the fan is at full power. OFF To completely shut off the fan, keep turning the knob counter-clockwise until you feel a click. SPEED CONTROL To adjust the fan’s speed, first turn the knob clockwise and the fan speed will increase gradually from low to high. Then slowley turn it counter-clockwise to lower the speed or to turn off the fan. AC INFINITY O (b * Controller is sold separately, only included with AXIAL S1225, S1225D, S1238 and S1238D. 16

****** Page 17 ****** AC INFINITY PRODUCTS AIRPLATE SERIES The AIRPLATE series is designed to cool home theater and audio video cabinets. The fans are powered by USB port or power outlets. Includes an inline speed controller and Boost Speed Adapter. The fans can also be temperature controlled with an Advance Thermal Controller (sold separately). PRODUCT AIRPLATE Sl AIRPLATE S3 AIRPLATE S5 AIRPLATE S7 AIRPLATE S9 AIRCOM SERIES MODEL A1-CFS80BA A1-CFS120BA A1-CFD80BA A1-CFD120BA A1-APS9 DIMENSIONS 4.6 x 4.6 x 1.3 in. 6.3 x 6.3 x 1.3 in. 8.4 x 4.4 x 1.3 in. 11.7 x 6.1 x 1.3 in. 17.5 x 6.1 x 1.3 in. ooo The AIRCOM component fan system cools receivers, amplifiers, and other AV components. S-Series models feature a thermal trigger and speed control. T-Series features a LCD digital display with thermal and speed control, alarm alerts, failure triggers, and backup memory. PRODUCT AIRCOM S6 AIRCOM S7 AIRCOM S8 AIRCOM sg AIRCOM T8 AIRCOM T9 MODEL A1-ACS6 A1-ACS7 A1-ACS8 A1-ACS9 A1-ACT8 A1-ACT9 DIMENSIONS 11.6 x 6.3 x 1.5 in. 11.6 x 6.3 x 1.5 in. 17 x 13.5×1.5 in 17 x 13.5x 1.5 in. 17 x 13.5×1.5 in 17 x 13.5x 1.5 in. 17

****** Page 18 ****** WARRANTY This warranty program is our commitment to you, the original purchaser, that each product sold by AC Infinity will be free from defects in manufacturing for a period of two years from the date of purchase. If a product is found to have a defect in material or workmanship, we will take the appropriate actions defined in this warranty to resolve any issues. The warranty program applies to any order, purchase, receipt, or use of any products from AC Infinity. The program covers products that have become defective, malfunctioned, or expressively if the product becomes unusable. The warranty program goes into effect on the date of purchase. The program will expire two years from the date of purchase. If your product becomes defective during that period, AC Infinity will replace your product with a new one or issue you a full refund. The warranty program does not cover abuse or misuse. This includes physical damage, submersion of the product in water, incorrect Installation such as wrong voltage input, and misuse for any reason other than intended purposes. AC Infinity is not responsible for consequential loss or incidental damages of any nature caused by the product. We will not warrant damage from normal wear such as scratches and dings. If you are not 100% satisfied with this product, we will be happy to replace it or issue you a full refund. Please contact us! COPYRIGHT 0 2018 AC INFINITY INC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED No part of the materials including graphics or logos available in this booklet may be copied, photocopied, reproduced, translated or reduced to any electronic medium or machine readable form, in whole or in part, without specific permission from AC Infinity Inc. 18

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