mobile - desktop
HIGHEST quality captive bred reptiles
News & Events:
Posted by Homer1 on April 23, 2003 at 07:11:56:
In Reply to: What do you do about fogging glass? posted by kyle1745 on April 22, 2003 at 16:45:23:
I don't know what style or model it is because, true to my Scotch nature, I recovered this one from an old 386 (the stone age! . . . wait, I remember using that one) computer that someone was throwing out. I just took the whole module out (along with the CPU's on/off switch) and it works fine. It is rather large (about 3" diameter) and puts out quite a bit of air. It takes about 30 minutes to defog all the windows if I turn it off for the night.
Hope this helped,
:What size fan are you running. I found a very small fan, used for old CPU's. So far I think it is working. I will have to see if it has enough power to unfog it after being off at night.
::I run mine all day with no adverse effects to humidity or temp.
:::My setup is about like that. I really liked it on my leuc tank, I was testing it for the bigger tank. I think the new tank will take some loger burtst to keep the fog down. I am going to go to the store and get another adapter and a couple more fans. I would like to find a smaller one that I can leave on all the time. Does anyone run the fans all day?
::::Here a link to pics Marcin posted of his fan setup.
:::::do either one of you have a picture of this fan set-up? im still in the planning satges and having a custom lid made for my aquarium so i need to figure this all out a head of time :)