- KPS WiFi Controllable DC Wavemaker Pump (1050 GPH) - Aqamai
Full Control through your WiFi
Aqamai KPs Wavemaker pumps are super small and almost silent. The DC powered pumps can be plugged directly into any wall outlet for plug and play operation, but can also be controlled through WiFi, all you need is a smartphone and the AqamaiApp. The pump produces a wide and gentle flow that is totally acceptable by SPS standards but also is soft enough for the most sensitive corals. With adjustable mounting and the tiny pump, you can almost place it anywhere in your aquarium.
- Smallest Pump in its Category
- DMSS Magnetic Mounting System
- Wide and Gentle Flow
- WiFi Controllability
- DC Powered Control
- 6 Pre-Set Flow Patterns
Patented DMSS Mounting
The Dual Magnet Support System lets you perfectly place the pump in your tank with the correct orientation. The silicone support holds the pump through the use of an ingenious magnet system that is encased within the DMSS mount making it 100% reef safe.
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Dimensions - 2.5" x 1.88"
Flow Rate - 370 - 1050 GPH
Wattage (at 100% flow) - 10W
Max Glass Thickness - up to 0.59"
Recommended Tank Size - 10 - 50 gallons
1x KPS 1050 GPH WiFi Wavemaker Pump
1x Power Supply
1x WiFi Hub
2x Cable Clips
1x Strain Relief Cord Wrap
Great pump By Tylan on 5/22/2020Tylan would recommend this product to a friendGreat pump. Horrible app!
Fantastic wave pump By Alex on 4/17/2020Alex would recommend this product to a friendThis little pump is fantastic! Everything I've read said that the KPS runs off its own WiFi network and that you have to disconnect from the house WiFi in order to do anything with the pump. This is no longer the case, the app allows you to connect the controller to your home network. I was not expecting this, however, what a pleasant surprise. Programming is easy, the pump is quiet and the suction cup mount is the best I've seen. Simply amazing. I want a second.
The good & bad By Trip on 4/13/2020Trip would recommend this product to a friendSo far the pump has been running very smoothly and reliable for a couple of years now. I do feel like the pump it’s self is a good little pump. What I don’t like is the software is very difficult to use. I had a hard time connecting my OIS to the device, once I did the device needed an update which was next to impossible to get to work. I followed the instructions and videos on YouTube and still it didn’t work finally after hours of messing with it over the corse of a few days I finally got the device to update. I had issues getting it to connect to my WiFi and once I updated the device it didn’t want to load a program so I had to go through the process again. I finally got it updated and working again and the WiFi connected. I just feel like the software needs work and it shouldn’t be such a difficult process. You should just be able to hit update without going through all these steps or have all of the connection issues.
This is the only reason it gets 3stars and why I would be cautious to recommend it to a friend.
Nice little pump By Salty on 4/10/2019Salty would recommend this product to a friendI've had two 7 gal cubes running one of these in each for a couple months. Most of the time they are running at 70-80% in wave mode and the flow is really nice. The iOS app is easy to program with, letting you pick and configure a mode in 30 minute increments across 24 hours. They are nice and small - about the size of a chicken egg, the magnet is plenty strong, and the direction is easy to adjust. Much easier price to swallow than some other programmable DC pumps for a nano
Neat Little Pump By Jim on 4/4/2019Jim would recommend this product to a friendThe KPS Aqamai is a neat little pump. I use two of them for dead spots on a 120 reef tank that has two 250 Gyres. Yes, there are dead spots even with Gyres! But so far the Aqamai pumps are doing a good job. They'd be real awesome for an nano tank setup.
My tank is 36 wide, 21 tall, 18 deep. Center overflow. I know these are nano-ish ; but can I run two on one end of the tank.? Opposing? Sufficient for about 50 gallons, or am I being too cheap?
Coral like to have variable flow so we always like to use two or more smaller pumps than just one big one. We want coral getting hit with flow from all sides. I would go with 2 of the 1050 GPH.