Aqualis XT Watercooling Reservoir from Aquacomputer

Aquacomputer Aqualis XT Reservoir with Nano Coating, Fill level Measurement & Lighting Option, G1/4" for Water Loops

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Product Overview Aqualis XT with Nano Coating, Fill Level Sensor and Lighting Option

The reservoirs of the aqualis series feature a tube made from borosilicate glass, featuring, unlike the common Plexi reservoirs, very high hardness and scratch resistance paired with low thermal expansion and excellent chemical and thermal resistance.

An outer diameter of 75mm and a wall thickness of 5mm ensure high capacity and sturdiness of the reservoir. Bottom and top piece of the aqualis series reservoirs is made from Delrin, a nickel plated brass tube connects them. An optical highlight is the integrated water column effect: If the middle thread is used as the inlet, the coolant will flow through the brass tube to the top of the reservoir and exit via the eight openings, resulting in a great effect especially in combination with lighting.

A thin Plexi plate near the bottom of the aqualis effectively reduces the amount of air being sucked back into the cooling loop to a minimum. Alternatively a thread at the side of the reservoir can be used as the inlet, directing the flow of coolant through the bottom of the reservoir. For this configuration a deflection plate is included, ensuring effective de-aeration of the coolant.

XT Variant
The aqualis XT reservoirs also feature the bottom Plexi window and space for installation of up to 6 LEDs (type 5mm).

A fill level sensor with USB and aquabus interface, a configurable alarm channel and an external temperature sensor input is also included.

For monitoring and configuration the software aquasuite is available for download. A 4-pin aquabus interface allows direct connection to an aquaero 5 (not included). The alarm output can either be configured as an artificial rpm signal for connection to a fan channel with speed monitoring (e.g. Mainboard fan channels) or as a switching channel for e.g. activating a LED in case of an alarm. For alarm monitoring besides the measured flow rate and water temperature, an external temperature sensor input is available. The external temperature sensor input is compatible with all temperature sensors offered by Aqua Computer.

All versions are also available with a Nano coating which lets water drip off of the inner wall of the glass tube. Features Technical specifications:
• Dimensions without stainless steel mount: approx. 80 x 80 x 200 mm
• Coolant capacity: approx. 450 ml
• Connection thread size: G1/4

Includes:
• 1x Reservoir with pressure equalization membrane in top piece
• 1x Stainless steel mount
• 1x Internal USB connection cable
• 1x Deflection plate made from stainless steel
• 1x G1/4“ screw plug (pre-installed)
• Mounting material

Please note:
The reservoir is shipped without fittings. Please order suitable fittings separately.
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