Neptune Systems

PMUP-T v2 with Power Supply - Practical Multi-Purpose Utility Pump

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The PMUP-T v2 is a multi-purpose pump that can be used for many different tasks on your aquarium. The redesigned PMUP now includes valuable features over the previous version, allowing it to be maintained with the removable screen but the PMUP will also now automatically shut off when it detects that it is running dry, but also over temperature protection.


Perfect for:

  • Auto Top Off
  • Carbon Reactors
  • GFO Reactors
  • BioPellet Reactors
  • Ideal for Salt or Freshwater


Auto-Top-Off (ATO)

ATO will likely be the most popular use for this pump. And unlike many wimpy pumps out there, the PMUP has enough pressure to push water up 14 feet vertically, it can even move the water up from one floor below.

This means you could put your RO water storage in your basement or downstairs in a utility room and it could still pump it up to the tank.

It also has a vertically oriented design with a bottom intake and top output that is perfect for use in jugs or other RO containers. Just drop it in!


Run your reactors safely and with less energy

The PMUP is not just for ATO. It is also a great pump to use for running your various reactors bio-pellets, carbon, GFO, or even the two-stage combo unit from BRS you see here. The PMUP uses less than 20W of power so it is a very efficient way to run reactors and adds very little heat to your aquarium. We’re certain there will be many other uses found for the PMUP we’ve not even considered yet.


Removable Screen makes for easy cleaning and maintenance

Many inexpensive ATO pumps are not designed to be maintained. It’s almost as if they were meant to be disposable. But the PMUP has an easy to remove screen that keeps out foreign objects and also makes it easy to clean and maintain the pump


Easy to connect with standard tubing and fittings

The PMUP Has a smooth, 3/8″ (9.5mm) output that will easily connect to silicon tubing or standard push-fit connectors.




Dimensions - 4.58" H x 2.24" Diameter

Max Flow - 100 GPH

Max Head - 14'

Power Consumptions - 17w


What's Included?

1x PMUP-T v2 Multi-purpose Utility Pump

1x PMUP 24V Power Supply

More Information
UPC 653078004564
Dimensions 4.58" H x 2.24" Diameter
Pump Model PMUP-T v2 Multi-purpose Utility Pump
Flow Rate 100 GPH
Power Consumption 17 watts
Power Cord Length 6 Feet
Max Head Height 10 - 15 Feet
Output Size 0.375" (3/8 in.)
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Product Questions

Can this be used with the Tunze Switched Socket Outlet 3150.11?
Question by: Brian Shonesy on Apr 4, 2023, 2:04 PM
You should be able to use the Tunze Switched Outlet with the Neptune System PMUP.
Answer by: Scott F. (BRS Staff) on Apr 28, 2023, 3:27 PM
an this pump be mounted horizontal?
Question by: dwight on Jan 19, 2023, 7:08 PM
Hey Dwight, thanks for the question! As long as submerged it can be mounted horizontal.
Answer by: James Johnson (BRS Staff) on Feb 9, 2023, 1:36 PM
What is the difference between this pump and the PMUP for $39.99 and the PMUP-T for $49.99.
I don't see anything in the description.
Question by: Chad Volkers on Apr 17, 2020, 9:08 PM
Hi Chad,

The PMUP-T includes a power supply for the pump where the PUMP for $39.99 does not. The power supply will allow you to plug the PMUP into a standard outlet rather than a 24 volt power supply on a 1Link unit or an 832 power bar.

I hope this helps!
Happy Reefing
Answer by: Nick on Apr 21, 2020, 4:44 PM
How long is the power cord? I was going to use it as auto top off pump, but it will be going into the bottom of a large 105g water tank that’s over 5 feet tall.
Question by: Jeremy Wheeler on Mar 22, 2020, 11:30 AM
Hey there,
Great question! The PMUP cable is about 6.5' and the extension is about 10'. So a PUMP and extension together is about 16.5'. You can use one extension, but not two. Hope this helps!

Answer by: Mark Schlough on Mar 25, 2020, 9:18 AM