AC Infinity AIRCOM T8 A/V Rear-Exhaust Component Cooling System

AC Infinity AIRCOM T8 A/V Rear-Exhaust Component Cooling System

AC Infinity AIRCOM T8 A/V Rear-Exhaust Component Cooling System

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AC Infinity AIRCOM T8 A/V Rear-Exhaust Component Cooling System

AC Infinity AIRCOM T8 A/V Rear-Exhaust Component Cooling System

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Product Highlights

  • Moves up to 160 CFM of Air
  • 24 dBA Noise Level
  • LCD Thermostat
  • Controller Supports up to 6 Fans
  • Supports up to 30 lb of Components
  • Rear-Exhaust Design
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Keep your A/V equipment cool with the AC Infinity AIRCOM T8 A/V Rear-Exhaust Component Cooling System. Its triple-fan design moves up to 160 CFM of air while maintaining a low 24 dBA noise level to minimize distractions. The built-in LCD thermostat allows you to control fan speed, alarm alerts, and more. Its rear ports allow you to expand your cooling system to up to six additional fans. To conserve space, you can place additional components weighing up to 30 lb atop the AIRCOM T8.

Intelligent Programming and Design
Programming includes a thermostat designed for ease of use and a SMART mode that automatically adjusts the fans' speed to react to varying temperatures. Behind the unit are ports that can control up to six individual separately sold AC Infinity AIRPLATE cabinet fans and MULTIFAN component fans.
Design and Construction
The AIRCOM T8 features dual-ball bearing blowers rated at 67,000 hours and are certified by CE, UL, and RoHS. Blowers contain a PWM-controlled motor designed to minimize noise during speed variations and are suspended with silicone mounts to absorb vibrations. A low-profile 1.5"-high design allows the unit to fit in applications with a limited height clearance. Aluminum and steel construction enables additional components up to 30 lb to be stacked on top.
Additional Features
  • Designed to protect components from overheating, performance issues, and shortened lifespans
  • LCD thermostat programming with six speed controls, alarm alerts, fan failure triggers, and backup memory
  • Display lock
UPC: 854759004662
In the Box
AC Infinity AIRCOM T8 A/V Rear-Exhaust Component Cooling System
  • Power Adapter
  • Limited 2-Year Warranty
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    AC Infinity AI-ACT8 specs

    Number of Fans 3
    Exhaust System Direction: Rear
    Fan Airflow 160 CFM
    Noise Level 24 dBA
    Static Pressure 1 mm H2O
    Fan Bearing Dual-ball
    Operating Conditions Temperature: 14 to 230°F (-10 to 110°C)
    Humidity: 35 to 85% RH
    Operating Voltage 12 VDC
    Power 9.5 W
    Current 0.79 A
    AC Power Requirements 100 to 240 VAC
    Cord Length 6' (1.83 m)
    Life Expectancy L10: 67,000 hours
    Approvals Fan Quality: UL, CE, TUV, RoHS
    Weight Capacity Top: 30 lb (13.6 kg)
    Dimensions (W x H x D) 17 x 1.5 x 13.5" (43.2 x 3.8 x 34.3 cm)
    Weight Not specified by manufacturer
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    Package Weight 8.75 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 18.7 x 16.2 x 3.1"

    AC Infinity AI-ACT8 reviews

    AIRCOM T8 A/V Rear-Exhaust Component Cooling System is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Stylish and effective AVR cooler. I have always had an exhaust fan on top of my AVRs over the years. The fans were not triggered by thermal sensing, I just turned them on with a remote A/C switch. When I saw the Aircom T8 mentioned on AVS forum thread I immediately researched it and decided it was for me. One of the biggest selling points for me is its almost perfect styling match to my Marantz SR7010 receiver. The T8 fits perfectly on top of the AVR and looks as though it were a fellow Marantz component. It is very well made and feels like a substantial piece of kit. Now, down to the hardware review. Depending on where you have your AVR placed, a cooling fan can go a long ways towards keeping your amp alive and well. Of course putting a component on top of the AVR will increase its tendency to get hot but is acceptable in this case. The T8 is easy to set up, fans on the bottom of the unit extract the hot air from the AVR and direct it out vents on the back to the T8. This is an excellent cooling solution for and AVR sitting in a cabinet as long as the back of the cabinet is open to vent the heat. This also works well on open shelf setups. The T8 has a variety of settings you will want to adjust to your liking. The unit monitors heat from the AVR and reacts according the settings you provide. You can adjust the fan speed for efficiency and for noise. At full fan speed the T8 can easily be heard over the dialog in a movie. During louder scenes you won't hear it. You will want to set the fans so that they do not interfere with your enjoyment of the program. Setting the fans to lesser speed will still supply adequate cooling. You can also set the ranges of heat for the fans to engage. Combining these settings gives you unobtrusive and fine cooling. You can also dim or completely turn off the T8 display so you won't have light distracting you from the screen. If you enough clear space above your AVR there is an Aircom model whose fans draw straight through the unit and out the top.
    Date published: 2017-08-07
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very happy with purchase. The dimensions match my receiver pretty well - width exactly, depth about an inch longer than receiver; though, if I had my way, the front corners would not be rounded. The adjustability of temperature response is nice. So glad that the display an be turned off.
    Date published: 2017-10-15
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