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Hardcano 10

Installation Guide

PART A: LCD display with Temp. Alarm


- Please refer to the other page(Hardcano 9 Installation Guide)

PART B: Fan speed controller operation


If the fan unit you wish to control is over 0.35Amp, please connect it to Speed Controller # 1. However, the total current of fan unit is less than 0.35Amp, please connect it to Fan2.

Example:
An efficient way to control the fan units is to chain connect each Silent Fan Units.Then attach this set to one of the Speed Controllers.

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FAN1 Controller

FAN2 Controller

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If you wish to control a fan unit with a 3-pin power connection, please use the included CPU Fan Adaptor.Once connected, you may still monitor the RPM by connecting the Yellow wire directly to motherboard.

Note:
If 4 or more Silent Fan Units are chain connected altogether, please attach the set to either Speed Controller #2 or #3. This is because each Silent Fan Unit requires 0.10Amp: [0.1Amp X 4 Silent Fan Units] is greater than 0.35Amp, so it must be connected to Fan2 or Fan3 only.

PART C: USB 2.0 & IEEE 1394 firewire


U SB2.0 connection: it is compatible for USB1.1
Please consult your motherboard manual to find out the position of USB 2.0 connection on your motherboard. You can see 9-pins from Hardcano USB2.0.Find out the following each pin to connect onto your M/B. -VCC1 connects to VCC1or USB+5V or USB Power on your M/B. -DATA-1 connects to USB1- or LDM1 or USB2- on your M/B. -DATA+1 connects to USB1+ or LDP1 or USB2+ on your M/B -GND1 connects to GND1 or GND. -SHIELD connects to NG on your M/B. -VCC2 connects to VCC2 or USB+5V or USB Power on your M/B. -DATA-2 connects to USB2- or LDM2 or USB3- on your M/B. -DATA+2 connects to USB2+ or LDP2 or USB3+ on your M/B -GND2 connects to GND1 or GND.

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Note:
One or two pins may be shown in both rows as NC on some motherboards, please ignore it, NC means empty pin

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IEEE 1394 firewire connection


- Identify and find out IEEE1394 port in the I/O shield (backside of the case ), connect the IEEE1394 to it. - If you can not find IEEE1394 port from I/O shield but exist 1394 function on the motherboard, please install PCI bracket with IEEE1394(usually enclosed in the M/B package), then connect it.

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Hardcano 9
Specification -Range: 0oC ~ 90 oC (32oF ~ 194 oF) -Resolution: 0.1oC (0.1oF) -Accuracy: +/-1oC (+/-2oF) -Sampling rate: 3 sec -Alarm setting range: 40oC ~ 90 oC -Power: Lithium battery CR2032 3V
RECORD RESET ON / OFF
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Installation Guide

PART A: LCD display with Temp. Alarm

Monitor Switch
Press "REC" Button

"MAX" Status

Note:
When the screen is shown MAX, it means the highest temperature you have recorded. In the meanwhile, T1 is the highest temperature you set, T2 is the highest temperature that the sensor detected.

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C/ oF

Alarm Temp. Setting

fig 1
There are two temperature shown on the screen (T1, T2). T1 always mean pre-setting temperature as well as T2 representatives the temperature from sensor.
Normal Status

Press "REC" Button

ON / OFF: power on or power off switch. O C/ oF : Celsius and Fahrenheit display switch. RESET: clean the temperature setting. (MAX & MIN) REC : please adjust the pre-setting temperature by using
the cross-head screw driver. Whatever it shows the temperature you would like to set, ( the screen should be shown without MIN or MAX, see fig 1), please press the button "REC" to record the temperature. Alarm Temp. Setting: Control the temperature you would like to set (Please use the cross-head screw driver to adjust the temperature).

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"MIN" Status

Note:
When the screen is shown MIN, it means the lowest temperature you have recorded. In the meanwhile, T1 is the lowest temperature you set, T2 is the lowest temperature that the sensor detected.

PART B: Fan speed controller operation


If the fan unit you wish to control is over 0.35Amp, please connect it to either Speed Controller # 2 or 3. However, the total current of fan unit is less than 0.35Amp, please connect it to Fan1 or Fan 4.

Example:
An efficient way to control the fan units is to chain connect each Silent Fan Units.Then attach this set to one of the Speed Controllers.

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FAN1 Controller

FAN3 Controller

FAN2 Controller

FAN4 Controller

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If you wish to control a fan unit with a 3pin power connection, please use the included CPU Fan Adaptor.Once connected, you may still monitor the RPM by connecting the Yellow wire directly to motherboard.

Note:
If 4 or more Silent Fan Units are chain connected altogether, please attach the set to either Speed Controller #2 or #3. This is because each Silent Fan Unit requires 0.10Amp: [0.1Amp X 4 Silent Fan Units] is greater than 0.35Amp, so it must be connected to Fan2 or Fan3 only.