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Flex-A-Lite 31163 Temp Sensitive Variable Speed Control Fan Controller
Flex-A-Lite 31163 Temp Sensitive Variable Speed Control Fan Controller

Flex-A-Lite 31163 Temp Sensitive Variable Speed Control Fan Controller

Universal Fit, 1/4" NPT Thread Pitch, 160 degrees to 220 degrees Fahrenheit. Temp. Range

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Flex-A-Lite 31163 Temp Sensitive Variable Speed Control Fan Controller
Flex-A-Lite 31163 Temp Sensitive Variable Speed Control Fan Controller
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GTIN Code:
088657311632
MFG. Part #:
31163
Thread Pitch:
1/4" NPT
Temp. Range:
160 degrees to 220 degrees Fahrenheit.
Voltage:
12.00 volts
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Includes 3/8" NPT and 1/2" NPT adapers.

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  • 45 amp rating
  • Senses coolant temperature via screw-in sensor (included)
  • Sets fan speed from 60% to 100% depending on built-in setting
  • Fan will run for 30 seconds after engine shut-off
  • Temp. range: 160°-220° F
  • 12 volt use only

359-31163 Instructions (PDF)

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