Electronic Fan Controller 70 Amp
From Dakota Digital
The PAC-2750 was designed for the ultimate in flexibility and to be a simple add-on in any application using an electric fan. Included is a 70amp relay, enough for even the most power hungry of cooling fans. Fully programmable, the PAC-2750 will work with your existing water temp gauge, operating from the temperature sending unit already installed. A dedicated sending unit can be installed for applications without a water temp gauge. OBD II compatible vehicles can obtain the engine temperature from the ECM with the use of a BIM-01-2 (or previous BIM-01-1), purchased separately.
When used in conjunction with BIM-compatible Dakota Digital instrumentation or a BIM-01-2, a single cable transfers speed and temperature data to the PAC-2750 allowing the fan to be shut off at an adjustable highway speed!
The PAC-2750 features fully programmable “fan on” and “fan off” temperatures to suit any application or personal preferences. The PAC-2750 has the capability to leave the electric fan operating after the engine has been shut down for a user adjustable time. The PAC-2750 offers a full digital LED readout for displaying temperature readings and maintaining simple installation. A second relay is required for dual fan or two speed fan operation.
Box measures 4" wide, 2.5" high, 1" thick. Mounting is recommended inside the cab of the vehicle or an alternate dry environment.
Fan Temperature Selection Range: 150F- 250F
Autometer full-sweep electronic water temperature gauges will require the use of a dedicated Dakota Digital temp sensor 140022, SEN-04-1, SEN-04-2, SEN-04-4, SEN-04-5 or SEN-04-6.
**The use of a second relay RLY-1 (0-30 amp) or RLY-3 (0-70 amp) will be required for dual fan or two speed fan operation. (not included)
The PAC-2750 features a 24-month warranty against manufacturer defects!
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