Model 310 cooling fan assembly is an external accessory cooling fan for HF transceivers. Hole-free attachment to transceiver rear heat sink via 4 allen screws. Will fit Jupiter, Pegasus, all older Omni transceivers, Paragon, Paragon II, Corsair, Corsair II, Orion, Orion II, Jupiter, and Omni VII transceivers
Posted by Unknown on 19th Jan 2015
I installed a real nice thermostat on the fan housing and it worked great! on at 95 degrees. Only runs the fan when needed. Plug and play.
Posted by Edward Feustel on 22nd Dec 2014
I now have 310s on my Orion 565 and Omni VII. They are easy to install, power, and use. They are virtually silent.
The most recent was received promptly and was very well packed.
Posted by Adam on 15th Oct 2014
This assembly is easy to install. The fan is very quiet. A very reasonable priced insurance plan, especially if you are running modes with high duty cycles. The entire assembly is very light; I do not notice any additional weight to the transceiver.
Posted by scan astafan on 15th Aug 2014
I purchased as a safeguard as I do many contests and constant operation. One minute installation on my Omni 7. VERY QUIET!
Posted by Eric - W9WLW on 26th May 2014
A nice quiet way to keep your Ten-Tec transceiver cool while using a demanding transmit mode.
Posted by Paul Mascolo on 2nd May 2014
Quiet, easy to install, reasonable priced
Posted by Unknown on 10th Mar 2014
Starting to use my radio more, so when I read about the optional cooling fan for digital and am signal use it interested me. Hated to pay the price, mainly because I know my old pegasus same fan is here some where. Review of new fan, wonderful. Same fan, and extremely quiet ! Mine slide onto the heat sink, and snug enough not to use mounting screws. High quality !
Posted by Mike Cobuccio, WA1EYP on 28th Nov 2012
Not only do I use these on my Transceivers but they also work great mounted on the cooling fins of linear supplies. I have a couple of Astron linear supplies whose cooling fins get quite hot to the touch. This cooling fan cools them right down. This is a much better mode for the supply to run in.