Deluxe CS102 with Lid and Aqua Lifter - CPR Aquatics

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Deluxe CS102 with Lid and Aqua Lifter - CPR Aquatics

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A built-in overflow is the most efficient method of draining aquarium water to a filter. If your aquarium does not have built-in overflow, CPR Continuous Siphon Overflows/Prefilters are the best means for getting water from an aquarium to a filter system. They quietly skim up to six times more water than units with tubes.

The advantages of CPR Continuous Siphon Overflows/Prefilters include:

  • Adjustable water level allows you to easily change the level in your tank

  • Black top reduces algae growth

  • Plastic screen to prevent fish loss

All Deluxe CPR CS Overflows come with the Aqualifter Pump and acrylic lid for quieter operation.


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Owners Manual


Selecting the Correct CPR Overflow


CPR Continuous Siphon Overflows are used to transport water from the tank to your sump. Deluxe models include the aqua lifter to help maintain a full siphon.


CS102 Specifications:


  • Flow Rate: 1,200 GPH
  • Outflow Size: 2 x 1" Bulkheads
  • Width: 9 3/8"
  • Dimensions (see photo): A: 7 3/8", B: 8 7/8", C: 1 3/8", D: 1.5", E: 4 3/8" , F: 5 1/8", G: 9.25", H: 6", I: 3.25", J: 3 1/8", K: 3 5/8"



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  • One of the best By KeepEmLaced on 4/5/2017

    If your tank isn't drilled, this is easily the best option out there. A little bulky but if you dont mind the space behind the tank, its perfect. Adjustable height so you can change the water level in your main display and flow into your sump. Overall great design.


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Can I use braided 1" tubing on this overflow please respond please
Question by: Jayden Marrero on May 25, 2017 8:39:00 PM
You absolutely can! You'll just need a barb adapter on the outflow from the drains and then you can connect your flexible hose.

Happy reefing!
Answer by: Zack (Admin) on Jun 5, 2017 10:28:00 AM
Your diagrams and descriptions of the CS102 indicate this has two 1" outlets. However, the CPR Aquatics web site indicates this has one 1" outlet (the CS202 has two 1" outlets). Please confirm this has one outlet?
Question by: Josh on Jan 24, 2017 10:58:00 AM
Great question! The CS102 absolutely has two 1" bulkheads! :-)
Answer by: Randy (Admin) on Jan 28, 2017 7:33:00 AM