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Aerocool Project 7 P7H1 RGB PWM Fan Hub

CCL Code: ACC2048
Part Number:

ACFC-P755910.01

£14.99 inc VAT

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The Project 7 Hub1 (P7-H1) uses software to simultaneously control up to five fans (4-pin or 3-pin) and synchronise all Aerocool RGB products and other RGB 4-pin compatible products. It is also compatible with RGB motherboards including ASUS, MSI and Gigabyte to name a few. The hub additionally supports LED outputs of up to 24 Watts.

The P7-H1 software is compatible with Windows 7 and newer versions. There are multiple ways to install the hub inside the case using either a Velcro strap, screws or zip ties.

Up to eight individual hubs (P7-H1) can be connected and identified with the built-in switch board through a single motherboard.

Compatible with the Following Fans

The Aerocool P7H1 Hub is compatible with the following fans:

  • Aerocool P7 RGB Fans

Main Features:

  • Sync RGB products - Synchronise all Aerocool RGB products and other RGB 4-pin compatible products
  • Outputs up to 24W - Both LED outputs collectively support up to 24 Watts
  • Controls up to five fans - Controls up to five fans compatible with both 4-pin and 3-pin connectors
  • 8 hubs connect to a MB - Up to eight individual hubs (P7-H1) can be connected and identified with the built-in switch board through a single motherboard
  • Works with Win 7 and newer - The P7-H1 software is compatible with Window 7 and newer versions
  • Ways to install the hub - Multiple ways to install the hub inside the case using Velcro strap, screws or zip ties
Physical
In The Box P7-H1 Hub • Manual • Velcro Strap • 4 x Screws • 4 x Zip Ties
Form Factor Fan Hub
Case Colour Black
Width 90 mm
Depth 20 mm
Height 70 mm
Weight 0.08 kg
Item Details
Manufacturer Aero Cool
Part Number ACFC-P755910.01
EAN 4713105958843
Condition New

Do you have you a question about the Aerocool Project 7 P7H1 RGB PWM Fan Hub?

Q: Will I be able to use Asus Aura to control the RGB of the fans and LED strips?
Answer by Website User on 11th June 2018
Yes, this can be done via the motherboard's USB 2.0 header.
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