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Water Temperature and Fan Control 

A digital temperature display, with high and low alarm outputs, monitors the cooling water temperature.  The high temperature alarm runs the reservoir heatsink fan at 25C.  The fan control was used previously to control air temperature in the case and is superfluous in its current use.  The min/max temperature recorder built into the display has been useful during testing. 


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