- Article no.: 1011958
- Manufacturer no.: 17355
- EAN: 4250197173551
- Weight: 0,24 kg
> 25 available in stock
Prices incl. VAT plus shipping costs
Ball valves that can be opened and closed manually are pretty well known to everyone. With this product, you get an electrically controlled valve. When the connection receives power through the 4-pin molex connector, the lock opens magnetically. When the power is switched off, the magnets close the valve automatically.
The magnetic closure serves to ensure security for your water circulation. If, for example, you use external radiators, you can attach the valve in front of the bulkhead fittings on the case in order to prevent water running out in case the external hoses or radiator are damaged. The same goes for transporting water cooled systems with external elements.
But this valve can be used outside of PC systems as well. For example, take a small filling station. Here the amount of water can be electronically controlled by timing the closure. It can also be used as a safety lock in machines, for example as an emergency shutoff in the event of power failure.
- Dimensions (WxHxD): 43.5 x 64 x 31mm
- Material: Plastic / chromatized brass
- Head is rotatable
- Connection: 4-pin molex connector
- Cable: 30cm sleeved
- Screw thread: 2x G1/4” internal thread
Scope of Delivery:
- 1x Alphacool magnetic valve - chrome
Attention: The manufacturer Mayhems advises that Mayhems fluids, especially the Aurora line of products, have been manufactured and distributed solely for show and modding purposes. These should not be utilized in the system for more than 14 days.
We would also like to advise that Mayhems fluids can damage watercooling products, and using Mayhems fluids can thereby void the warranties offered by the following manufacturers: Koolance, Phobya, Alphacool, Aqua Computer, Watercool.
Damages such as: clogging, corrosion of aluminium radiators, deterioration of glued containers, etc., are a consequence of the use of Mayhems, but will not be reimbursed by Mayhems. Use is therefore at one’s own risk.