Alphacool Repack - Dual DC-LT - 5.25 Single Bay Station

Alphacool Repack - Dual DC-LT - 5.25 Single Bay Station 15166

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Scan code: LN44294 Manufacturer code: 15166 Request call
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Product Overview Alphacool Repack - Dual DC-LT - 5,25 Single Bay Station, the perfect reservoir for Alphacool DC-LT Keramik 12 Volt pumps, Dual- and single pump operation compatible!

Based on the Alphacool Repack Dual 5,25 Bay Station AGB, this reservoir also has all of its advantages: Easy mounting, compact dimensions and optically very appealing! All of these feature are implemented into the new Alphacool Repack - Dual DC-LT - 5,25 Single Bay Station at the highest level!

Designed for installation in a vacant 5.25” drive bay, this reservoir allows compact installation and is a great addition to the front of your enclosure. Connection to the reservoir can be achieved via the implemented ¼” threads for maximum compatibility and flexibility.
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Warranty

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Details
Duration:
12 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
12 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
Scan Computers International Limited
Telephone:
0871-472-4747
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Alphacool Repack - Dual DC-LT - 5.25 Single Bay Station
Alphacool Repack - Dual DC-LT - 5.25 Single Bay Station