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The fan does not stop
#1
Must I enter the terminal and enter a command to set that?
 I'm french

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#2
(03-06-2019, 08:11 AM)Leskriim Wrote: Must I enter the terminal and enter a command to set that?

I've fixed this by just buying a power cord with an on/off switch.. So when I turn my TB off at night, I'll just hit the power switch on the cord and the fan turns off (and the TB) and then when I want to turn the TB on, all I have to do is hit the switch on the cord.
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#3
(03-06-2019, 01:54 PM)Silk Wrote: I've fixed this by just buying a power cord with an on/off switch.. So when I turn my TB off at night, I'll just hit the power switch on the cord and the fan turns off (and the TB) and then when I want to turn the TB on, all I have to do is hit the switch on the cord.

I thought about it, but for my use, I have to make sure that when I close the system with the mouse, the fan stops at the same time.
 I'm french

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#4
Or use 3.3v as the Power.
Or use some switch? triger by other GPIOs, to on off fan's 5v.
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#5
I intend to use a push button, the 3.3v does not blow enough
 I'm french

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#6
You might use 5 V which should be enabled from 3.3 V. So when you power down the 3.3 goes low and the switch will bring down the power on the fan.
It might be useful if you plug your switch to a PWM and control the fan speed by that.
The switch should be a simple mosfet like this list.
   
Light blue words might be a link. Have you try to click on them? Big Grin
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#7
Is it necessary to use a MOSFET? there is no way to control the gpio and the fan via the terminal?
 I'm french

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#8
Depending on the fan consumption. But I doubt we can use a 36 milliWatt fan. If you have the mosfet to control the fan, then you might use a GPIO output to control even 10 W fan, just depending on the fan power supply Smile.
Just to consider that only 3.3 V goes low on a power off command. Otherwise it will take to cut off the power supply.
Furthermore there are some mentions on the forum to use a script and drive the fan by PWM.
Light blue words might be a link. Have you try to click on them? Big Grin
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#9
for me is nonsense to use 5v or 3,3v because with little fan like i have (sunon 3x3cm 5v 0,72w) its too much loud.
And some script for controling fan when is needed because of high temp its useles too because when it wil turn on then it still will be damn loud again even for shorter amount of time.
But i dont want randomly hearing noise because my Tinker is under monitor 40cm from my ears :-)

SO  for me working best to use different way

betwen pin 1 ( vcc3.3v_io) and pin 2 (vcc5v_sys) is 1,7v and thats absolutelly perfect amount for low RPM. 

i have nice 36,3 Celsius but WITHOUT any noise. So its best way for me :-)

in this variant its so quiet that you will stop thinking about fact that it isnt turn off in shutdown  Smile
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#10
There's a drawback, that when the TB is turned off but powered you'll get 4.3 V between those 2 pins, which leads to spin the fan faster. Am I correct ?
Light blue words might be a link. Have you try to click on them? Big Grin
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