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LEPA Casino 4C (LPVC4C12P)

The LEPA CASINO 4C (LPVC4C12P) is completely different from the LEPA 70D in its type and purpose but comes in the same packaging, excepting the text.

Included with the fan are four self-tipping screws and a PATA power adapter. There is also a highlight switch attached to the fan.

The LEPA Casino 4C is the most expensive LEPA in this test, priced at $20. Its country of origin and warranty are the same as those of the LEPA 70D but it looks completely different:

 

The transparent 7-blade impeller looks as if it is made of glass. Coupled with the slim frame that has a back mesh to rectify the air flow, it makes this fan very beautiful. There is a line of LEDs on the interior surface of the frame.

They are as many as 36: nine LEDs of each color (blue, red, green and white).

So, the operating fan is quite a view thanks to the multicolored highlighting:

The attached switch allows choosing one of five highlight modes or turning the highlighting off altogether. Here is an illustration:

As for its technical specs, the LEPA Casino 4C is PWM-regulated in a speed range of 600 to 1600 RPM, producing an air flow of 24.9 to 63.9 CFM, a static pressure of 0.66 to 2.18 mm of water, and 15 to 25 dBA of noise. The fan has a peak power draw of 4.8 watts, but it doesn’t matter considering how beautiful its highlighting is. The impeller and motor are 111 and 40 mm in diameter, respectively. The weight of the fan is 126 grams.

The sleeved 4-wire cable is 490 mm long. The cable of the highlight switch is the same length.

 
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