The Kaze Master range continues to grow with the introduction of the new Kaze Master Pro 5.25. The difference between this controller and the Kaze Master and Kaze Master Ace is that the PRO version can control up to six fans, the other two can only control a max of four.
To see how fast a fan is spinning a dial needs to be moved to the fan you want to monitor.
When switched to the correct fan the centre display shows the RPM and temperature of the corresponding probe.
One thing we are often asked about the fan controllers we sell, is whether they can switch the fan(s) off when their dials are turned down to the minimum setting. The Kaze Masters Pro can! So if you only want a fan to run under certain circumstances then these could be your ideal fan controllers.
The fan controller is supplied with six temperature probes.
These probes connect to the rear of the fan controller and are then placed inside the PC.
The best locations to place these probes depends on which component(s) you wish to monitor. The most common choices are the CPU and the graphics card, so by slotting the probe between the heatsink fins you are then able to monitor how hot the heatsink runs.
||Kaze Master Pro KM03-BK
|Number of Fan Channels
|Max Watts Per Channel
|Fan Speed Range
||0 to 9,990 rpm
|Number of Temperature Channels
||0 to 100°C
||5v or 12v from PC Power Supply
||1 x 5.25" Drive Bay
||148.5 x 42 x 83mm
||12w Per Channel
Fan Speed and Temperature Monitoring
Fail Safe Alarm
LED Front Read Out Panel
||1 x Scythe Kaze Master Pro KM03-BK
6 x 3 Pin Fan Extension Cables
8 x Temperature Sensor Cables
Adhesive Tape for Temperature Probes