The Kaze Master II is a fan controller priding itself with 4 functions sized for the 5.25 bay. Retractable control knobs make it compatible with front panel fitted PC cases, the Spin Up Voltage function ensures a stable run of the fan right from the start. The Kaze Master II even has an over-heat alarm function to be set individually by the user. The digital display for temperature and rotation has been re-arranged. The Kaze Master II lets the user control the temperature of their computers more precisely. The Kaze Master is designed to be installed into a 5.25 bay. As sticking-out control knobs would interfere with front panels of computer cases (not being able to close them), the Kaze Master II is equipped with retractable control knobs to make the usage with such models possible. The VFD-display let`s the user check both fan rotations and the temperature. It is further possible to choose between Celsius and Fahrenheit. The adjustable voltage range is between 3.7 to 12 volts. But as fans tend to have problems to get going in the lower ranges, this function ensures a 12 volt supply right from the start before settling down to the user`s set, desired voltage. The Kaze Master offers a wide range of adjustable temperature settings for the alarm to sound. The user can choose between 55 - 90 °C (131 - 194 F) in steps of 5 °C (41 F). In case the Kaze Master II detects no fan movement for 15 seconds, for safety reasons the power supply will be cut automatically.