Koolance's 900W Portable Recirculating Liquid Chiller

Date: 17 December 2020
Koolance's 900W Portable Recirculating Liquid Chiller
Koolance's 900W Portable Recirculating Liquid Chiller
Koolance's 900W Portable Recirculating Liquid Chiller
Koolance's 900W recirculating liquid chiller is now available in a 220VAC (50-60Hz) version. This model is CE certified and is supplied with a CEE 7/7 "Type F" power cable.

Koolance's EXC-900 is a portable recirculating liquid chiller rated at 900W, or 3071 BTU/hr (@25°C liquid & ambient). Chiller control is based on one of four configurable temperature set-points, including the option to lock liquid to ambient for avoiding condensation or to an external K-type thermocouple sensor (not included).

Coolant flow rate, temperature, and reservoir level are monitored, and a USB port allows control and logging of most features using the Koolance System Monitor application. A 0-5V differential voltage output is also provided for industrial process monitoring.

Cooling capacity: 900W (3071BTU/hr) @ 25°C liquid/ambient
Temperature options: liquid set-point (-20 to 120°C), external thermocouple set-point (-20 to 120°C), liquid and ambient delta-T (-50 to 50°C), external thermocouple and ambient delta-T (-50 to 50°C); toggle °C/°F
Pump: 10 manual levels, up to 11LPM (2.9 GPM)
Select only values you want displayed on the front 2-line OLED display (fixed or rotating)
Show pump impeller speed in RPM
Show coolant flow rate in LPM/GPM
Show condenser fan speed in RPM
Adjust audio alarm and relay trigger (NO or NC) based on: temperature, flow rate, coolant level, pump RPM, and condenser fan RPM
Refrigerant: R-134a
Power input: 220VAC, 50-60Hz (CEE 7/7 power cable included)
Maximum power consumption @ ambient (approximate): 450W @ 25°C, 650W @ 35°C
Designed for an operational temperature range of 0-40°C (ambient and liquid)
Reservoir capacity: 3 liters
NPT 1/4in threads on back for fittings
NOTE: Requires 220VAC, 50-60Hz input power. Keep unit upright at all times, and for at least 24 hours before applying power to ensure sufficient oil reaches the compressor.
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