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5V Mini Fan for Raspberry Pi

5V Mini Fan for Raspberry Pi

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  • Raspberry PI dedicated cooling fan, Ultra-quiet, Large air flow , low noise , high performance cooling suitable for all models of Raspberry Pi 3,PI B/2, PI B and PI 1.
  • This fan is suitable for use on any machine that requires heat dissipation and can be equipped with a fan.
  • Can be used alone 3.3V or 5V power supply, current 0.2A, two kinds of interface lines, stable work.
  • Fan Size 30mmx30mmx7mm, Noise 18dB , Weight 18g, cable length 6cm, convenient for DIY
  • It comes with 2 pin Connector.

5V Mini Fan for Raspberry Pi (30x7 mm)

This 5V mini fan is very easy to use, it just needs to be powered up with a 5V power source. It has low current consumption and finds its application in a lot of projects like cooling of peltiers and heatsinks.

This Cooling Fan for 3D Printer is a small but powerful fan. The cooling fan finds its use as an exhaust fan on the Raspberry pi case as well as 3D printers. It maintains the temperature of the extruder, which results in smooth printing.

You can also use it to ensure that your Raspberry Pi is kept cool and running at optimal conditions when running heavy-duty operations. It can be directly connected to the 5v & GND pins of the Raspberry Pi and it will run whenever the Pi is turned on. 

The cooling fan operates on 0.2A 5V DC power supply which can be easily powered from RPI board. It has a 2 pin JST connector to easily connect to the printer controller system, and provide hassle-free operation. The fan is made of plastic and is lightweight.

It can also be used for other cooling applications like motor drivers that require heatsinks and rise to high temperatures which indirectly affects its overall efficiency.


  • Cooling Raspberry Pi 
  • Cooling of peltiers
  • Cooling 3D printers

Also check the Raspberry Pi 4 Official Case Fan, and the fan case is designed for Raspberry Pi 4 microcontrollers. The fan is temperature-controlled, delivering up to 1.4 CFM of airflow. The case includes a heatsink for improved heat transfer from the processor.

Package Includes:

  • 1 x 5V Mini Fan for Raspberry Pi


Low noise 15.9-22.6dBA
Airflow 4.56-7.32CFM
Fan dimension 30 x 30 x 7 mm
Cable length 1.5 metres
Weight  5 grams



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1. How do I connect my 5V fan to my Raspberry Pi?

  • Connect the fan's red wire to GPIO pin 4 (5V) and the black wire to GPIO pin 6 (ground). The fan should receive power automatically when the Pi is booted.

2. Can you plug a fan into Raspberry Pi?

  • To install the fan, pop off the top of the Pi case, line up the Case fan inside the top of the case, and push it in until the tabs click into place. Plug the red, black, and blue wires into Pi's GPIO header as it shows on the side of the box.

3. Is a fan necessary for Raspberry Pi?

  • You will need a fan if you're regularly using the Pi for more extended periods. Regardless of what tasks you perform with the Raspberry Pi 4 or for how long you're usually using it; it is still best to install a fan considering the tiny board's upgraded specs.

4. How do I slow down my Raspberry Pi fan?

  • If you want to control the fan speed you need to use a gpio pin and a transistor control circuit. You can then control the fan speed with your own software or use the option in raspi-config to turn the fan on/off based on temperature.