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Aquacomputer High Flow 2 - G1/4 - Flow Sensor

Aquacomputer High Flow 2 - G1/4 - Flow Sensor

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The high flow 2 flow sensor from Aqua Computer can easily be integrated into the cooling circuit and enables continuous flow measurement. This flow sensor is also equipped with a temperature sensor for recording the coolant temperature.

The flow rate is measured by a rotor / impeller that is driven by the coolant flowing through. The rotation speed is recorded without contact using a magnetic measuring system. The optimally calibrated bearing clearance for each sensor ensures minimal running noise. The sensor delivers reliable measured values ​​from approx. 35 l / h to 1000 l / h and is therefore ideally suited for most water cooling systems. A symmetrical structure allows the sensor to be integrated into the system without considering the direction of flow. In addition, the sensor can be operated in any installation position. The very low flow resistance meets the requirements of high flow systems.

The high flow 2 has significantly more compact dimensions than its predecessor. In addition to the flow sensor, the very precise and fast water temperature sensor is integrated in the elegant acetal housing. The stainless steel cover of the sensor is magnetically attached without screws.

The connection threads are made in G1 / 4 and thus enable operation with a wide range of hose systems.

To attach the sensor, three M3 threads are integrated into the base, suitable screws are included in the scope of delivery.

Technical specifications:

  • Dimensions: approx. 51 x 41 x 31 mm
  • Connection thread G 1/4
  • A device with a flow sensor input (see compatibility list) is required to evaluate the flow signal; this is not included in the scope of delivery!

Scope of delivery:

  • A flow sensor
  • A connection cable
  • Three screws M3 x 6 mm
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