LED Fan Editor – Make your USB fan different

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LED Fan Editor is a text editor for USB LED fan, made by Shenzhen SPtime Co.ltd from China. It allows you to edit text or graphics on computer and then download to the built-in IC chip of an USB LED fan. So, it can display the text you edited when the fan rotates.

If not good at DIY production, you can buy a USB fan with LED lights from Internet, then you can use LED Fan Editor edit the personality text on the fan lights.

LED Fan Editor allows to input six lines in all, and up to 12 Chinese characters or up to 26 English characters for each line. In addition, six lines will show circularly when fan rotates.

// How To Use //

  1. Connect USB fan to PC with the appendant USB wire
  2. Open LED Fan Editor, type brief greeting words in the “Display Data” area
  3. Adjust the open, close and turn modes
  4. Click “Start” to preview, then then click “Download” to send the data to USB fan
  5. Pull out and enjoy your USB LED fan with DIY text

// Download URLs //

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v1.1 Final 533 KB

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