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Old 10-21-2008, 01:17 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default SPAL USA adds new features to popular fan controller

SPAL USA's popular FAN-PWM - a programmable controller that varies cooling fan speed based on engine temperature - has been enhanced with several new features that extend fan life, provide better performance and offer more convenience. What's New The FAN-PWM-V3 now incorporates "over current" protection, "smart soft start" (reduced inrush while still protecting from stalled / stuck fans), onboard diagnostics with error code reporting and "status OK" light (easier to identify wiring issues and confirm unit is operating), a 16-bit micro controller (increased accuracy and functionality) and three selectable default settings (SPAL USA Fan-PWM-TS sensor required). Furthermore, the controll... [MORE]
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