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Koolance SEN-FM18T10 Coolant Flow Meter with Temperature Sensor, 10K

Koolance SEN-FM18T10 Coolant Flow Meter with Temperature Sensor, 10K

Koolance SEN-FM18T10 Coolant Flow Meter with Temperature Sensor, 10K

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SEN-FM18T10

Koolance's stainless steel and brass inline flow meter provides electronic indication of real-time coolant flow rate. This model also integrates a coolant temperature sensor, which can be interpreted with a separate Koolance product such as CTR-CD1224 or 10K-ohm compatible cooling system. SEN-FM18T10 uses G 1/4 BSPP threads for fittings.

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Koolance's stainless steel and brass inline flow meter provides electronic indication of real-time coolant flow rate. This model also integrates a coolant temperature sensor, which can be interpreted with a separate Koolance product such as CTR-CD1224 or 10K-ohm compatible cooling system. SEN-FM18T10 uses G 1/4 BSPP threads for fittings.

A frequency circuit (sold separately) multiplies the RPM signal to allow it to be read by most fan tachometer headers, such as those found on ATX motherboards. This signal is intended to allow fan detection software to enable the appropriate alarm or shutdown procedure if the flow meter impeller stops rotating. The "RPMs" represent approximate flow meter coolant in mL/min, and not revolutions.

  • Flow rate range = 2.0-15 LPM (32-240 GPH).
  • Fluid temperature range = 0 - 70°C (32-158°F).
  • Maximum pressure = 6kgf/cm2 (85 psi).
  • Wire length is about 28" (70cm), with product dimensions of approximately 1" x 1.9" x 0.75" (2.5cm x 4.8cm x 1.9cm).
  • Primary materials are a stainless steel body with nickel-plated brass threads.
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