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Would a standard 12V fan be happy running inside a fridge (2 - 8°C)?
I also do not see why it wouldn't work. Long as you have it going please let us know how it works out. I would be curious as to how much it improves the temperature differential.Experiment uder way.
As it is it is 2C at the bottom and 6C at the top. I would like them to be more equal.
This fridge is to be used for storing medication.
There is quite a marked efficiency between the two, the shaded pole is the lowest you can get at around 20% eff, the BLDC is over 80%.Those shade pole motors have lubed bushings, and work in an environment below freezing. I'd suspect a computer fan, which likely has similar bushings, should be just fine in a cold but not freezing environment.
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