Have you been annoyed by the solder fumes that always tend to rise up into your nose?
Don’t look anymore for a solution, we got a great one for you it’s an easy solution that does not need any high tech equipment for implementation made by Jean-Claude Wippler from Jeelabs.
Here’s how he did it:
“A small 12V brushless PC fan, which happens to still start up and rotate reliably at 3.6V, as provided by three Eneloop AA batteries. Stuck to a battery pack (with on/off switch) using hot glue, which also doubles as weighted base for it all. The fan is slanted slightly downwards, to better cover the area on the table.”
This small fan turns quietly and generates a micro breeze enough to diverts the solder fumes away from your nose and it draws only 30 mA @ 3.6V, so it’ll last some 70 hours on a single battery pack.
Really nice and easy solution that everyone can try, what do you think?
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