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vinay2070

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This fogger machine on its own would definitely be useful to see how air is circulting in a closed cabinet with glass panel and configure the front/rare/top fan speed individually so there are no hot spots.
 

anscarlett

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This fogger machine on its own would definitely be useful to see how air is circulting in a closed cabinet with glass panel and configure the front/rare/top fan speed individually so there are no hot spots.
It's likely that having multiple fans would be causing hot spots, just remove all but one plane of fans and leave the opposite end vented
 

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Recently did similar stuff, modifying my fog machine to be controlled by an Arduino.
Still have not quite figured out the PEM7D IR photoelectric beam sensor, but working on it.



 

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