Wiring fan only


****This answer pertains to wire color coding for North American electrical Standards.****

You can re-wire the fan to make it simple. The fan will have to be opened-up at the ceiling cover-plate. Most wiring for ceiling fans are such that the blue wire from the FAN powers the light. This should be presently connected to the HOT (black) from the switch.

To power the fan simply remove the blue wire and attach the Black from the FAN to the Black from the wall switch.

Finally cap the Blue wire from the light. And remember that the pull chain switch must remain "on" for the wall switch to work.

Before starting any electrical work ensure that the breaker that controls the ceiling fan is OFF and Tagged if not in-line of sight from the work area. Re-check at the fans ceiling box for no voltage on any of the present wires with a voltage...

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Just to have it all clear, you want full speed, just like said above, just stack all the fan connectors to the power supply(they can plug end to end).

I see a picture of a 4 pin molex to 4 pin fdd connector, you will not need that thing for fans.

Do not need this

The cpu fan should be connected to the 4 pin fan header at the top of the board.

Other fans can be connected to the boards lower and rear fan connector. The rear or CHA fan1 connector is 4 pin, but should work with a 3 pin fan. On some boards(Maximus Gene-z and its 4 pin cpu headers) with a 3 pin fan, you will not be able to control it on a 4 pin header, but with any luck, you will not have this issue.

This still leaves you short of a fan header location for 4 fans. A splitter can be used as long as the fans are not too powerful. Only one of the fans used with the splitter will be able to have its speed monitored, but both should vary together.

If monitoring and speed...

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9.2 Wiring the Brivis Programmable Thermostat (ADD-ON & FAN ONLY)

The Classic control board does not have provision for "Add-On" cooling or "Fan Only" operation. For "Add-

On" cooling or "Fan Only" operation the unit must be configured.

To facilitate Add-On Cooling or Fan Only operation an additional accessory, 'ACC LOOM ADD-ON RELAY

CLASSIC' (Brivis Part No. B063283) must be fitted.

To configure a BX3 or 2PWN unit for "Add-On" cooling refer to Diagram 12.

To configure a BX3, 2PWN, UF3, or DF3 unit for "Fan Only" operation refer to Diagram 12 and omit the "Y"


For more information regarding connection of the Add-On relay refer to the installation

instructions supplied with 'ACC LOOM ADD-ON RELAY CLASSIC' (Brivis Part No. B063283).

Diagram 12. BX3 & 2PWN Brivis Ice Add-On Schematic -...

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Um.. i would recommend... not stringing them all into 1 mobo connector... if u string them together... then plug them in directly into the mobo... and if your looking for the ability to control them as well.. then go to new egg. and look for a fan controller panel.. like the one i have.


i have my 2 case fans and my video card fan plugged in to that. and my cpu fan, since it is a 4 pin connector n doesn't fit between my cooler n the mobo plug. is plugged in directly into the PS and runs at full speed 24/7. and is dead silent.

so, i don't recommend stringing them together into the mobo connector. instead, buy a controller panel like the link i gave u and use...

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29 March 2010

Author: Giorgos Lazaridis

The vast majority of PCs has at least one of them. They carry the heavy load to keep your PC cool and functional, either by providing fresh air in the box, or by forcing the hot air to leave a hot surface by pushing cool air. Read the following article to learn how the BLDC PC Fans operates...

What is inside a PC fan?

There are may types of PC fans that are assembled in different ways. In this article, i will explain the basic and most common fan type. The fan that i study is a 3-wire 4 coils 80mm fan rotating at 2200 rpm. Then i will explain some other common fans.

First of all i had to disassemble the fan. I am not the right person to disassemble something for the first time due to lack of patience. During the disassembling, i broke some parts of the housing and a fin. Still i did not find any way of easy disassembling. I suppose that the fan i chosen (and maybe many others) are NOT to be disassembled and...

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There are a multitude of ceiling fan manufacturers and there are as many methods of ceiling fan, light combination wiring.

The first part of this section deals with the wiring of ceiling fans without lights, as shown in Figure 1.

Figure 1 - Ceiling fan without light

To understand how to wire a new ceiling fan and or ceiling fan light combo unit in your home you must first understand the basics of how the fans and lights are powered.

Some manufacturers bring all of the wires out through the top rod of the fan allowing the installer to wire it any method imaginable. Other manufacturers make connections inside the unit to eliminate wires that would normally exit the fixture.

Additional information on mounting ceiling fans on suspended ceilings

We will start off with how the fixtures are wired in a very basic manner and then add to the complexity.

A fan must be powered. It requires a live or hot lead, a neutral and a ground wire, Figure 2....

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Obtain a FAN RATED BOX from home supply or electrical supply store. It will likely be best to buy the old work (not new construction) style if you do not have access to the ceiling from above. There are two types of old work boxes; one fan rated box is designed to straddle an existing joist; this style can be easier to install, but requires that you find the joist rather than avoid it. The other type has an adjustable bar that expands to span between two joists, it can be a little more involved to install but allows more mounting location choices. Either type works equally well.


After determining where you want to install the fan, assess your ability to get power to it. See the tips section below for some ideas for a power source. Adjust this location as needed. Next, cut a hole by hand with a sheetrock saw; just large enough to feel around with your fingers to check for potential obstructions for the box. This small opening will make patching easier...

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So I recently pulled an awesome looking PWM fan from an old (and busted) LGA775 based Dell Dimension desktop.

Fan Specs (from retail version):
[table]Model | 4715KL-04W-B56-PWM
Voltage | 12VDC
Current | 1.30A
Fan Size | 120mm x 38mm
RPM | 3600 RPM
Air Flow | 129.90 CFM
Noise Level | 50.0 dBA
Power Connector | 4-pin PWM[/table]

Here's the one I have, the Dell OEM version, which has a fantastically useless proprietary Dell connector. :shadedshu

So here's my problem:
I know I have to hack off the useless Dell proprietary connector, but what I want to know is can I power the +12V and GND from a 4-pin molex and then just wire the fan's sense and PWM to the mobo's PWM fan header. Here's the proposed wiring:

I know some people might think this is stupid, but I don't want to be pushing 1.3A through the CPU fan header as I'm already using all the other fan headers (on a very very very cheap motherboard...

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Wiring a remote control ceiling fan – Ask Me Help Desk

Here is a great page for DIY or general help regarding ceiling fan controls such as remote that is they wire in place of a wall switch and directly regulate the Ceiling Fans – Wiring Directions. There are also 10 ways to wire up your ceiling fan and maintain independent control of the fan's light; from the wall, q: how do i wire a ceiling fan and light with a 3 way circuit. that both the fan and light are independent? i have ran 14-3 from box to box and 14-3 to the fan

Ceiling Fand wiring Diagrams – || HuronTel || Your One Stop

Here is a quesion from a site visitor asking how to wire a ceiling fan and light kit with separate control switches for the fan and the light. To understand how to wire a new ceiling fan and or ceiling fan light combo unit in your If wall switches are used to control the fan and/or light the switches on Installing a ceiling fan is one of the most effective ways to help...

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Wiring Connections for Ceiling Fan Switches

Switch Box Wiring for Ceiling Fan Switches I have a switch box with power coming from an outlet with 14/2. I ran 14/3 wire from the fan fixture to the switch box. My fan has a light kit and want to control it with one combo switch.
The switch has: black, green, red(fan) and yellow(light) wires.
In the switch box I have white/white, black switch to black hot, red switch to black fan, yellow switch to red fan and all three greens together. In the fan fixture I have: black/black, white/white, red/red and green/green.
I cannot get the switch to turn on the fan or light. What am I missing?

Greg, I wish I knew the exact switch that you have however, the wiring it typically as follows:
Fan Motor -- Black -- Red
Fan Light -- Red -- Yellow

The Black on the Switch is typically Power In.
The Whites/Neutrals -...

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How do I wire this ceiling fan? There are two house wires coming from ceiling. One is white, and the other is black. There are three wires on the fan: One is white, one is black, and one red.

I understand that the ceiling white wire is Ground and that the ceiling black wire is hot. So, I hoped that the celing fan wires would be both hot; however, it seems like the fan itself doesn't match colors with housing standards. I can make the light come on but not the fan.

There is one light switch in the room that will be operating the fan/light (the fan has a light on it). I wired the white wire to the white wire, and the black wire to the black wire. I don't know what to wire the red wire to. Now only the light part of the fan works, the fan does not work at all. Where does the red wire go? I need both the fan and the light to work.


The ceiling mount for the fan has a screw hold labeled "ground". I am not sure if I am supposed to use that screw hole at all, since...

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Wiring a ceiling fan is surprisingly simple. Often times it is no more complicated than the wiring of a light fixture. As with any electrical wiring, make sure all wire connections are made securely with the proper size wire nuts, that they are not loose and that no copper strands are showing. Most "house wiring" should be 14 or 12 gauge solid copper wire attached to a 15 or 20 amp 120vAC circuit respectively. Consult a professional if you encounter something varying from this and are not aware of how to safely handle it.

Most commonly ceiling fans will have 4 wires, or 3 wires plus a ground. Black, white, green, and an additional color (usually red, blue, or black/white striped). The black wire is the hot lead for the fan motor. The red/blue/striped wire is the hot lead for the optional light kit. The white wire is the neutral lead for both the fan motor and light kit. The green wire is ground for the entire assembly.

In all cases the neutral (white) wire from...

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Sammycoup, that color system is NOT common, so the colors alone may not help. But IF it has a standard 4-pin female fan connector on the end of those wires, we can figure it out. A "standard" connector has on one side of it two ridges just outside the first and third pins, with the fourth pin beyond the one ridge. When this is plugged into a male mobo fan header, that header has a plastic "tongue" sticking up beside Pins 1-3, and those ridges must fit outside the tongue. That way you can only plug the fan in one way.

Now, look again at the connector. The hole on the fan connector at one end that is OUTSIDE the ridges is Pin #4. Pin #1 starts at the other end, just inside one of the ridges. Ignoring the colors for a moment, the pins (hole) have these functions:

Pin # 1 Ground (normally Black)
Pin # 2 +12 VDC fixed voltage on a 4-pin fan system (normally Yellow, sometimes Red)
Pin # 3 Speed pulse signals from motor to mobo (normally Green, sometimes...

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Note: You will find excellent wiring diagrams for all makes, years and models of VWs at VW Wiring Diagrams.

Also Note: Wire sizes on these and most other wiring diagrams are printed on the wire in mm2. For Americans who express wire sizes in gauges, see this Wire Size Conversion Table.


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Wiring Harness

Rob wrote concerning the wiring harness - One interesting thing -- the wiring loom. I always understood that the wiring traveled up/over the door jamb -- past the interior light. I found out that this was apparently true on the earliest VWs (6-volt maybe?) but on later models the main loom comes through from the engine on the left side behind the rear seat side panel, down to the floor (where the regulator sits on Generator models) and forward along a groove in the left door sill at floor level, then up through the sill (two holes) and up on the inside of the left front...

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