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Re: [APD] Canopy Cooling
Makes sense to me. Maybe because I've done the same myself.
--- Jerry Baker <jerry at bakerweb_biz> wrote:
> S. Hieber wrote:
> > Still, I personally would never want to use an
> > speed tubeaxial fan. There is almost always a better
> > solution than spinning a tubeaxial that fast. Bigger
> > more fans, better airflow design (in the computer or
> > aquarium hood or whatever). . .
> > Otoh, I might do it just to see how it works ;-) Why
> The only reason I may use fans in the first place is to
> keep the bulbs
> cooler and assist the natural convection. 115 CFM would
> change the air
> under my canopy once every 2.4 seconds ;) Actually, I was
> planning on
> using the low RPM Panaflo to get somewhere around 40 CFM.
> That should
> keep any temperature related bulb dimming to a minimum,
> and still allow
> me to hear the TV.
> Jerry Baker
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