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The Abyzz pumps can be powered using the Ice Cap Battery Backup which comes with different adapters.
From titanium impellers to the sinusoidal three-phase synchronous motor, the materials used in the Abyzz pumps have been carefully selected for harmonious compatibility and integration. Calcium deposits are easily the biggest avoidable issue with pumps used in saltwater aquariums. Abyzz has gone a step above the competition by including a pre-installed flush bearing, and silicon carbide bearings that will help protect against calcium deposits forming in the first place allowing a lifetime of operation.
One of the concerns when choosing a large pump should be power consumption and efficiency. Abyzz motors operate at an efficiency factor of over 90% making them the perfect energy saving solution. The driver and motor run of 12v allowing them to be used with an uncounted amount of applications.
- BOOSTMODE max flow: 4,400 gph
- Normal mode max flow: 3,750 gph
- Head height max: 28.6 ft
- Rated input: 4-200W
- Input voltage: 110v 60Hz
- Operating Voltage: 12V
- Ambient temperature: 35.5°F - 104°F
- Maximum operating pressure: 21.75 PSI
- Maximum immersion depth: 6.5 ft
- Pump cable length: 9.75 ft
- Inlet Size: 50mm / 2 in
- Outlet Size: 40mm / 1.5 in
- Internal or External application
- Abyzz A200 pump
- 110V 60Hz driver
- Power cable: 5 ft
- Driver/Controller connecting cable: 6.5 ft
- Operating manual
- 10 year limited lifetime warranty
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Best pump in the world By Gene on 6/18/2016Gene would recommend this product to a friendI didn't want to spend the money for this pump but the other DC pump I had only lasted a year because the inverter failed. I took the chance and found out the Abyzz is 10 times better than any pump I ever owned.
The pump is silent, not quiet but silent. There is a blinking light on it to let you know it's running.
I run the pump at 3/4 of the speed, it's quite powerful.
So I bought another one. I use two Abyzz 200's in the basement sump. If one should fail I have a second so as to not loose my reef system.
It's the difference between buying a Ford or a Mercedes.