Grove - Mini Fan v1.1

Kid-friendly cartoon style mini fan Built-in programmable microcontroller that uses Arduino IDE Harmless soft fan-blade to avoid injuries Easy to use Grove connector compatible
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Hey hey, calm down, have some fresh air here. The Grove – Mini Fan v1.1 can be set up in seconds and bring you some nice and cool air in the hot days. It has four parts, a mini fan, a DC Motor, a DC motor driver and a Grove cable. The cartoon-style fan design makes it good choice for decorating your little LEGO house as well.

The motor driver boards have a built-in programmable microcontroller that uses Arduino IDE. In default, it is programmed to drive DC motors with analog inputs, and the rotate speed depends on the value of input signal. You can simply connect up all the parts and plug it into a controller board that has Grove interfaces, upload some code and you are ready to make it spin.


  • Easy to use

  • Cartoon Style mini fan

  • Soft fan-blade to avoid injuries

  • Built-in programmable microcontroller that uses Arduino IDE

  • You can change the code to drive servo motors instead of DC motor


  • Input Voltage: 5V

  • Connector: 4 Pin Buckled Grove interface for input signal; JST 2.0 interface for the DC motor

  • Dimension: 20mm x 20mm


For all Grove users (especially beginners), we provide you guidance PDF documents. Please download and read through Preface - Getting Started and Introduction to Grove before your using of the product.

  • For technical discussion, please come to our Forum.

  • For projects that you would like to share with the community, please visit Recipe.

Technical details

Dimensions 80mm x120mm x20mm
Weight G.W 32g
Battery Exclude

Part List

Grove-Mini_Fan 1


HSCODE 8414599099
USHSCODE 8473.30.5100
UPC 841454118664

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  • Now through JST 2.0 connector (Labeled as A4 , A5 pin) how we can communicate with the ATMEGA168 ? Is it I2C or is it PWM (Less likely) because it seems unclear to me how to control this fan ! and no reference for the communication protocol what so ever need at least some help here thanks
    Question by: M.Raw on 2019-03-22 18:54:02

    Hi there~ A4 is not connected, so you just need to control A5, yes, you can use PWM, or you can just use digital pin to control the on/off. Thanks for your time and interest in Seeed.

    Answer by: admin on 2019-03-25 11:24:08
  • Question by: admin on 2018-12-18 02:30:36

    Hey Kaled~ You need a control board seeeduino V4.2 will be OK # # ; then you need a button with grove interface # #. Now use the button as a input and the mini fan as an output. If you have any tech problem please contact us through email # # regards

    Answer by: admin on 2018-12-18 02:30:36