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Konlink fan controller connections

Discussion in 'Case Central' started by Keith Emery, Oct 28, 2018.

  1. Keith Emery


    Joined: Oct 27, 2018

    Posts: 4

    Still trying to get my head round the fan controller connections...

    1. A standard Molex connector coming out of the black box.

    2. A twin wire with a connector marked 'Power LED' also coming out of the box.

    3. Box indicates the Power LED cable is 12V

    4. Random wire that came with the case

    It would be so nice to have some instructions; I have found these for a similar unit but it is wired differently. https://fccid.io/2ANYX-BORA120R/User-Manual/Users-Manual-3658203

    Questions therefore;

    How do I connect the black box? I assume the Molex is direct to the PSU
    What is the Power LED for?
    And the random cable?
    Will I be able to have the PC on standby without the fans and LEDs running if power is direct from the PSU?

    I heard there was a guru by the name of https://forums.overclockers.co.uk/members/202888/who might help?

  2. Keith Emery


    Joined: Oct 27, 2018

    Posts: 4

    Right - made some progress so here are the facts as I have found them finishing the install:

    1. Power is controlled by Molex so all fine there other than having to set it up
    2. Twin wire marked Power LED is actually an RBG connector. You have to connect it to the case RGB lead, which confusingly is marked as RESET SWITCH
    3. No idea what the random cable does but I did not use it
  3. bremen1874


    Joined: Oct 20, 2008

    Posts: 8,992

    The random cable almost looks like a thermistor. Is there anything that's supposed to be temperature controlled?

    Is it the IR receiver for the remote control?
    Last edited: Oct 28, 2018
  4. Keith Emery


    Joined: Oct 27, 2018

    Posts: 4

    I thought that, but a) can't see where to plug it in and b) works fine without it, despite being hidden in the bowels of the PC