Alphacool Eisstation 40 DC-LT Reservoir
Alphacool Eisstation 40 DC-LT Reservoir, 5x G1/4", POM, Black
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ScanProtect is an enhanced warranty specifically designed and offered by Scan to reduce the risk of any mishap or damage to components during installation.
Our aim with ScanProtect is to encourage our customers to upgrade or build their own PC confidently. For a small additional fee our customers are provided with complete peace of mind.
The Eisstation 40 DC-LT is part of the Alphacool Enterprise Solution series. The combination of pump top and reservoir has been designed so that it can be mounted directly on a radiator in compact servers and workstations. Depending on the installation orientation, the Eisstation 80 DC-LT even fits into 1U server housings.
Compact Water Cooling?
The compact unit consisting of pump top and reservoir is only 6 cm long, 4 cm wide and just under 4.2 cm high. The system has been designed so that it can be mounted directly on a 40 mm Alphacool X-Flow NexXxoS radiator. Despite its compact dimensions, it can hold almost 30 ml of fluid. Since the Eisstation 40 DC-LT can be connected directly to the radiator, the radiator functions as an extended reservoir. In order to avoid air bubbles reaching the pump, a special filter is installed.
How do I Mount the Eisstation?
Included in delivery is a double nipple male fitting with which the Eisstation 40 DC-LT can be mounted directly to a NexXxoS X-Flow Radiator. For this purpose, there are four G1/4" threads in the area of the reservoir which function as IN. This allows the Eisstation to be mounted either on the side entrance of the radiator or on the front connections of the radiator. Thus, the Eisstation 40 DC-LT together with a NexXxoS 40 mm X-Flow radiator fits perfectly into a 1U server rack.
Filling and Pump Assembly!
The pump is simply mounted to the Eistation 40 DC-LT with two screws. You only must make sure that the O-ring is inserted cleanly before mounting and then you mount the pump.
The Eisstation 40 DC-LT comes from the Alphacool Enterprise Solutions water cooling series and is particularly suitable for professional use.
Dimensions (BxTxH): 60 x 40 x 40,48 mm
Net Weight: 61 g
Max Working Temperature: 60 °C
Threads: 5 x G1/4“
Pressure Tested: 1,5 Bar
Certificates: CE, FC, ROHS
|Edition||Eistattion 40 DC-LT Reservoir|
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|Fluid Chamber Construction||CNC Machined POM Acetal|
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|Dimensions||60 x 40 x 40.48 mm (WxHxD)|
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