In Win Introduces Aurora, The First Fan With Remote Control
PC users are accustomed to controlling their fan speeds either from the BIOS or some cool desktop app. However, things are about to change as In Win has introduced a new trend in controlling fans speed. During Computex 2016, In Win has revealed its wirelessly controlled PC fan, Aurora.
This is the first desktop fan in the world to support remote control, and also the first ever to support multi unit daisy chaining. Daisy chaining basically lets one fan’s input and control to be shared with multiple fans, this way you can control all of your liquid cooling radiators by simply pointing the remote at them.
Aurora has a 120 mm fan with 800 to 1400 RPM speeds in PWM mode, the fan has a speed of 2000 RPM in high voltage mode. At a speed of 400 RPM, Aurora can push 40.26 CFM of air, and has a noise output of 23.7 dBA.
The remote also allows to tune the speeds of the fans and make presets. Each fans features a dual 6-pin power connector, using these power connectors you can daisy chain multiple fans.