Super satisfied with this enclosure for my Meanwell PSU so far! I really liked how the 92mm fan fits perfectly without add much bulk to the PSU. This enclosure reuses all the original screws, and the only extra screws I used were the fan screws that came with the Noctua. My PSU is much quieter now!
- Noctua NF-B9 redux-1600 3-pin
- ThreeBulls PVC Dust Filter
- Some super glue that bonds with plastic. I used JBWeld SuperWeld
- JST-XH Connector kit
- Engineer PA-09
Started off by unplugging the PSU, unscrewing the frame screws, and then slowly removing all the screws holding the cover down. I had to remove some of the terminals temporarily to remove the power switch.
The standard fan screws fit in the fan holes no problem. Just slowly thread the screws first, and then screw them in with the fan.
I also decided to use some 120mm fan filters from a previous project(s) to filter out some dust from entering the PSU. I cut one to the size of the 92mm fan, and then cut one to fit over the bottom honeycomb grill. The super glue was used to attach the bottom filter. These filters do impede airflow a little bit, but I don’t think it’ll be a problem.
For the fan, since the factory fan connector uses 3 pins, I crimped on a JST-XH 2-pin connector. The yellow wire is not needed as it controls the RPM of the fan, so I crimped the black (ground) and red (12v) wires accordingly to match the original fan. The pin-out diagram can be found here.
The original design has the .stl for the wire cover of the bottom enclosure.