7-Inch (178mm) RAM Clip-on Oscillating Fan
7-Inch (178mm) RAM Clip-On Oscillating Fan
Keep the air moving in your grow tent and you'll help to ensure that adequate levels of CO2 reach stomata while strengthening branches, disspating heat and reducing the liklihood of encountering issues like powdery mildew. As the name suggests, the 7-Inch RAM Clip-On Fan is the (slightly) bigger brother of our most popular fan. It can be quickly attached to a tent frame or a shelf and doesn’t take up the space of a pedestal fan. Great little product.
- Keeps the air moving around your tent
- Quickly and easily clips to a tent-frame, shelf or similar
- Doesn’t take up floor space like a pedestal fan
- Well made and reliable
- Switchable two-speed
- Only 20 watts power consumption
- Tilts and rotates to point the air flow where it is needed
1 x 7-Inch (178mm) Clip-on Fan
How the 7-Inch (178mm) RAM Clip-On Oscillating Fan Works
The 7-Inch Clip-on Fan is a great little product that’s ideal for keeping the air moving around in a small area such as a grow tent, without it taking up valuable floor-space like a pedestal fan. The fan can be clipped to a tent frame, shelf or any similar width fixing. The main body can be tilted and swivelled on the clip so that it points in the direction that you want it to blow. The fan has two speeds and is designed to create very little noise. The fan only uses 20 watts of power which makes it very cheap to run.
Using the 7-Inch (178mm) RAM Clip-On Oscillating Fan
Simply locate the fan by squeezing the ends of the clip together and locating the jaws over the pole a tent-frame, shelf or similar width item and release. The jaws will hold on, keeping the fan in place. Rotate and tilt the head on it’s pivot so that it is pointing in the correct direction. Plug the fan into a mains outlet and then switch the fan to “1” for a light breeze or to “2” for a stronger flow of air. The switch can be set back to “0” to switch the fan off again.
Never connect an air circulation fan to a fan speed controller. Only use the fans own speed switches to control the fan speed. If an air circulation fan is connected to a fan speed controller designed for in-line duct fans then it will burn out and possibly start a fire.