T-Balancer bigNG

pure analog power for more silence

4-channel fan controller with up to 18 sensors with analog voltage control and/or PWM:
>> up to 20W (analogue) per channel
>> start control for water pumps
>> configuration with software via USB
>> incl. 4 analogue and 2 digital sensors

LCD Support

T-Balancer LCD support for:
>> HFX Vision LCD
>> LCD Smarti
>> LCDC
>> iMON VFD

Software

T-Balancer Software: Navigator V2
for Windows 98, 2000, XP
for Windows VISTA and WIN7
Download Software
Documentation
Handbuch

Support

Manual bigNG

Manual miniNG

Manual FanAmp

Manual Attenuator

Manual ES digital

Manual ES analog

Manual Drivers

Manual Firmware

Manual Samurize

Manual Laing

Manual JaLCD

Developer Kit

FAQ

Forum

Reviews

CustomPC
"The Vadim may have more fans than Justin Timberlake bute, thanks to the excellent mCubed T-Balancer bigNG fan controller, the PC is super-quiet, rivalling even the Voodoo PC."

Mad Shrimps
"What do you get when you put a bunch of talented Austrians into a small room with a bunch of fans, a few silicon chips and a soldering iron? The world smallest and most advanced fan controller, their miniNG is basically a brain for your fans."

Hardware-Test.DK
"This product is the coolest, greatest product I've had the honour to test in my time at this web site. If it was possible it would get three of each of those awards we sometimes grant."

BigBruin.com
"Rarely does a product emerge that is truly new and different."

A True Review
"In my opinion, the T-Balancer is one of the greatest computer modding accessories on the market today."

Silent PC Review
"In many ways, mCubed is the ultimate thermal / noise / fan control system for the dedicated silent PC enthusiast."

Björn 3D
"I cannot praise this fan controller enough."

MadCase
"This is probably the best fan controller I’ve ever seen."

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The T-Balancer® bigNG is the first 4-channel controller for air and watercooling with patented Dual Mode Technology (DMT). You can choose whether you want to power each channel analog or with PWM. The T-Balancer® bigNG delivers pure analog voltage up to 20W per channel (40W with PWM). This way you can even connect water pumps or Peltiers. An integrated heatsink ensures a cool running.

The bigNG will be delivered by standard with 4 thin analogue sensors and 2 precise digital sensors. Due to the high absolute accuracy of the digital sensors you can calibrate the rest of your system to it. Using all available extension you can control all together 10 analogue sensors, 8 digital sensors and 2 flowmeters.

Mounting is very flexible: in a free 3.5" bay, in a free chassis slot or anywhere with the transparent acrylic glass.

What can the T-Balancer bigNG control? The bigNG can read up to 10 analogue sensors, 8 digital sensors, 2 flowmeters and the speed of 4 fans. It can control fans, powerful waterpumps, CCFLs and even Peltiers. It can be connected to the PC with USB. The RPM signals can also be connected. With the Extension Set analogue, the PC can also be shut-off in a case of emergency.

The T-Balancer® bigNG offers numerous safety systems: overheat protection, acoustic alarm, optic alarm, software alarms, sensor loss control, blockage recognition, self-sustaining system

With Software (via USB2.0) the T-Balancer can be adjusted and configured in an easy way. Many Plug-Ins (iMON, Speedfan, MBM, JaLCD, LCDC, Samurize) are provided for the T-Balancer software. The software also enables long-term monitoring, an integrated USB watch-dog ensures a permanent USB connection.

Package contents:
control unit, 2 digital sensors (address #0-#1), 4 analogue sensors, RPM signal cable, USB cable (internal), acrylic case, slot sheet, 3.5" bay holders, CD with software

Specifications:
dimensions: 88x88x16mm
weight: 150g
max. current: 7A
max. power: 80W (PWM)/20W (analogue)
power per channel: 40W (PWM)/20W (analogue)

Last Updated on Sunday, 26 February 2012 20:48