Nautilus DC1100 Return Pump (1100 GPH)

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Smart. Quiet. Efficient

  • Whisper-silent operation
  • Energy efficient -- less than half the wattage of AC pumps with similar output
  • Controllable (controller included)
    • 10 different output settings
    • 3 built-in feed timers
    • Adjustable flow down to 10%
    • Built-in slow start function
  • Accepts 0-10V DC control input 
    • Compatible with Neptune Apex and Coralvue Hydros controllers
  • Includes a variety of output nozzle sizes
    • Compatible with vinyl tubing or PVC
  • 24 month USA warranty


ReefBreeders Nautilus pumps are energy-efficient & controllable DC-powered return pumps that can be adjusted to run as low as 10%, making them suitable for a wide variety of applications. With the included controller, you can choose between 10 different output settings and pause for 10, 30, or 50 minute feed times. These smartly designed pumps have a built-in slow start feature that reduces salt spray from your output pipes upon power up, and they run whisper-quiet at just half the wattage of AC pumps with similar output. They are also Apex-Ready-- the controller includes a 0-10V port that is compatible with Neptune Apex controllers, Coralvue Hydros controllers, and similar 0-10V control devices. 


Each pump includes several output nozzles to accommodate different sizes of vinyl tubing or PVC.




Max. Flow Rate - 1100 gph

Max. Head Height - 10 ft

Dimensions - 5.35"L x 3.12"W x 4.2"H

Outlet Sizes - 1" and 3/4" hose barb. 32mm/1" threaded outlet





More Information
UPC 705333175455
Variable Speed Yes
Gallons Per Hour 300 - 600 GPH, 600 - 1000 GPH, 1000 - 2000 GPH, 2000 - 3000 GPH
Control Type Digital DC Control (Controller Included)
Included Mounting Magnetic
Power Type DC
Power Consumption 36 watts
Power Cord Length 6 Feet
Warranty 18 months
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Product Questions

Would this pump be enough for a 120g tank
Question by: Ray Christian on Feb 1, 2023, 1:38 PM
Thanks for reaching out! I would pay atttention to the head pressure of your system. After head pressure has been accounted for you will want a pump that pushes 5-10x the volume of your display tank in GPH
Answer by: James Johnson (BRS Staff) on Feb 16, 2023, 3:05 PM