Our very own designed Digital Thermatic Fan Switch Kit can be used with our Thermatic Fans, EWP's and competitors Fans.
The sensor, a Temperature Probe (Air or Coolant Fitment) senses air temperature as it passes through the radiator with the sensor placed in the radiator fin section or the sensor can also be placed directly into the coolant system in combination with a Temperature Sensor Adaptor Kit (Part 0409) which is available from our store.
Sensor Wire length: 142cm in total (Wire from switch 112cm plus sensor connector 30cm)
The switch can run 1 or 2 fans and be used for 12 or 24 volt applications. It has an adjustable temperature range of 40ºC to 110ºC (104ºF to 230ºF) which can show Centigrade or Fahrenheit.
The fan/s will operate until the temperature falls by 5°C below the set temperature.
|Digital Fan Switch IP66||
|Thermal Sensor Probe||1|
|Mounting Kit for Thermal Sensor Probe||1|
|Red 6mm Ring Terminal||1|
|Blue 6mm Ring Terminal||1|
|Blue Wire Joiner||2|
|Self Tap Screw||2|
24 Volt Application
Kit sold in 12 volt configuration, for 24 volt application, you will need to purchase 2 x 24 volt relays.
Simply search for part 10534 in our search bar (top right-hand side of website).
AIR TEMPRETURE APPLICATION
It senses air temperature as it passes through the radiator and has an adjustable temperature range of 40ºC to 110ºC (104ºF to 230ºF).
The Temperature Sensor is placed in the radiator fin section as close to the hot coolant inlet as possible, no need to cut hoses or can be placed directly into the coolant system.
WATER / COOLANT APPLICATION
The 0444 sensor can also be placed directly into the coolant system. You will need to use a Temperature Sensor Adaptor Kit (Part 0409) to assist with this type of fitment.
We also offer a Digital Thermatic® Fan Switch with 1/4" NPT Thermal Sensor Kit, part number 0445.
*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 part number 8002 which can manage both the EWP and your Thermatic Fans.
It is a spare part for those customer who may have inadvertently damaged the sensor.