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220v Cooling Fan Bottom View of a 220V Cooling Fan
220v Cooling Fan Bottom View of a 220V Cooling Fan
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Cooling Fan - 220V

This is a cooling fan rated for AC 220-240V ~ 50/60Hz. 0.20A. 28/24 Watt.


  • Dimensions: 4.7 inch (120mm) x 4.7 inch (120mm) x 1.5 inch (38mm)
  • Aluminum housing material
  • Power Rating: 20 Watts

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