DAVIS CRAIG MECHANICAL THERMATIC(R) FAN SWITCH (12V & 24V) (0401)

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Please note that this product is sold and shipped by one of our trusted Marketplace Sellers. This product is not available in any of our physical stores.

The DAVIS CRAIG MECHANICAL THERMATIC(R) FAN SWITCH (12V & 24V) (0401) from MyTools is now available at TheMarket. They are from the DAVIES CRAIG brand.

MECHANICAL THERMATIC(R) FAN SWITCH KIT (Part #0401)

The Mechanical Thermal Switch can be used with our Thermatic Fans & EWP's. It senses the coolant temperature after it passes through the engine block prior to entering the radiator and is adjustable from 40o to 100oC (104o to 212oF). The Thermal Switch is mounted near the radiator and the stainless steel probe fitted inside the radiator hose. The Thermal Switch & relay kit enables a fan to operate both thermally and also when the air conditioning is running.

KIT CONTENTS:

Thermal Switch
Temperature Range 40o to 100oC (104o to 212oF)
Rubber Seal Suits 1mm Capillary
Lead Length 100cm
Thermal Switch Knob
Sensor Probe Size Suites 6mm Olive
3M White Scotch lock Terminal
Instructions

Davies, Craig offers three types of Thermatic(R) Fan Switches (SOLD SEPERATELY)

Part #0444 senses air temperature near the top radiator hose as it passes through the radiator or senses coolant temperature (with #0409) for single or twin fan operation.
Part #0455 Premium Thermatic Switch senses both air or coolant temperatures (with #0409), single or twin fan operation, attractive dashboard mounted monitor.
Part #0401 senses the coolant temperature after it passes through the engine block prior to entering the radiator.
Part #0400 is a combination of the unit #0401 (opposite) and the #0409 Hose Adaptor (opposite), offering probe placement in the top radiator hose.


*Note: if using this switch for use with our EWP's, it will not vary the speed of the pump in response to engine temperature but rather turn the pump on and off at your set temperature. For EWP control, we would recommend the LCD Controller part number 8001 which can manage both the EWP and your Thermatic Fans.