- PMUP Practical Multi-Purpose Utility Pump - Neptune Systems
The perfect accessory to any Apex Controller System.
The Neptune PMUP (Practical Multi-Purpose Utility Pump) is great for providing water to feed carbon reactors, and most importantly it can be used as a top off pump. With either the EnergyBar832 or the 1Link Flow Control Module, you can provide power and control directly to the pump without consuming any additional outlets or bulky power supplies.
- Perfect for ATO systems
- Feed carbon reactors
- Fits in common water jugs (2.25" Diameter)
- Works with 3/8" Push Connect fittings
- Fully controlled by the Neptune Apex Controller
- 1Link DC24v Connection
Note: 1Link Flow Control Module or EnergyBar832 required for use.
Neptune has created a marvelous little (but powerful) pump that now gives your Apex Controller even more options. Easily fitting in most common ATO reservoirs, and having a head height of over 12 feet means that it can even pump water up a full story in most common households.
Connecting the PMUP to the 1Link module or EnergyBar832 gives you full on/off switchable control just like any other outlet. The PMUP connects through a 24V connection that comes prewired to the pump and will directly connect to the 24V accessory ports on the 1Link modules or EB832.
Plumbing to the pump is easier than ever with its 3/8" output you can connect any 3/8" ID tubing or you connect to common calcium, carbon, and GFO reactor tubing with the use of push connect unions or reducing push connect unions.
- Output Size - 3/8"
- Max Flow - 100 gph @ 0'
- Max Head Height - 14'
- Diameter - 2.25"
- Height - 4.60"
- Cord Length - 6'
- Power - 24VDC 17W
1x - PMUP w/ 6' 1Link DC24V connection cable
- Apex Controller
- 1Link Module or EnergyBar832
Do not waste your money By Cliff on 9/29/2018Cliff wouldn't recommend this product to a friendI've purchased 3 of these pumps and 2 have quit in only months of use. BRS sent me a replacement that quit working in 24hrs!
Temporary Pump By A13x on 8/4/2018A13x wouldn't recommend this product to a friendThis pump only last for a short time, due to the cheap magnet. Also the impeller blades tend to break off really easy. I’ve had cheaper pumps deliver more and last longer.
It’s hard to believe Neptune makes this. It’s a really cheaply made product for a high price.
DON’T waste your money on this throw away pump!!!
Great little pump By Ron on 7/1/2018Ron would recommend this product to a friendAfter I burned up my first pump (my fault because I let my reserve tank run dry) I replaced it with this pump. Works great and performs as expected !
Not very good / durable By glreef on 6/30/2018glreef wouldn't recommend this product to a friendCompletely a waste of money . PMUP is not durable 2 burned in 3 months. $11 dollars pump lasted a lot longer than this.
PMUP over heats quickly and seized impeller .
Two burned out in less than six months By Max on 3/20/2018Max wouldn't recommend this product to a friendI bought two of these, both of which have seized and stopped working. It’s too bad, I’m a big fan of Neptune products overall.
PMUP Practical Multi-Purpose Utility Pump By vapor160 on 2/26/2018vapor160 would recommend this product to a friendbought this as spare to my other PMUP. The first one works really well and has nice pressure. The water pumps out about 5ft above the pump and there is no issue with it getting the water out. easy to program on the Apex Fusion. works great which is why this is now my back-up pump.
Very useful By Gideon1 on 11/26/2017Gideon1 would recommend this product to a friendMultiple applications! Very nice!!!
Lots of power - love it By Jjackson on 11/20/2017Jjackson would recommend this product to a friendsweet litle pump. I use it for auto-water-change. It is not that noisy like previous reviewer said - so long as you do not have it sit right on the bottom or touch the glass. put it on a piece of foam and your good to go.
Too Loud By Nadicus on 10/14/2017Nadicus wouldn't recommend this product to a friendIt works fine and pumps well but is the loudest item in my setup. It is louder than my fans, skimmer, and return pump combined. I considered using another to power a reactor but I wouldn't be able to take the noise. Maybe I have a faulty unit, but Neptune should have made a D/C pump quieter.
Plug and play to the extreme By lilbitreefer on 8/26/2017lilbitreefer would recommend this product to a friendI got this a while ago and the first one never worked. Contacted BRS and they sent me a new one. plugged it in and it worked like a charm. Awesome customer support the pump is quiet and works well. I just need to find a way to secure it to the tank better because it does get loud when it is directly on the glass which is expected. Super powerful little thing. when they say plug and play they mean it.
Have yet to get it to work By Nicole on 8/20/2017Nicole wouldn't recommend this product to a friendI got this many months ago got it put in the sump plugged it in and programmed it. It never turned on. I have been playing with the code, checking forums etc. It has never turned on for me. Not sure whats up with it. Neptune does not have very good directions for setting it up. Or how to use it for different applications. Tried to get it working again and it has done nothing.
Poor impellers By Brad on 7/26/2017Brad wouldn't recommend this product to a friendI purchased multiple of these pumps to run differerent reactors on different tanks. I liked that hey were easy to use and set up as well as the small foot print. The big problem however is the impellers. I had all of the pumps fail after between 1-3 months of use. Each pump had he same problem, 1 or more impellers broke off stopping the pump. I had to purchase 3 extra pumps to replace while I waited for replacements after doing talking with Neptune systems and doing he rma process. Like the design but haven't an impeller break off after such a short period of time is just poor quality. The replacements have been up for about 2 months.
I have a BRS dual reactor with the silcone tubing kit. What parts do I need to purchase to connect the pump to the intake hose?
While this pump is versatile enough to fill a number of roles, it's not quite powerful enough to tumble media in the BRS reactors and we don't currently recommend it for this purpose.
I have a DOS, will the 1link port on the DOS power this up and provide connection?
The 1 link port on the DOS is input only, it cannot be used to power or control other modules. If you have any other questions, let us know!
Here we go , will this work on the Classic Apex? or is this for the newer Apex only?
I am thinking of buying a couple of PMUP Neptune pumps. The manual recommends 3/8 male to male push quick disconnect fitting. I cannot seem to find them on your site. Do you carry the recommended fitting? Thanks
Is there a way to make this work with the previous model of Apex? Thanks.
The cord on this pump is 6 feet?
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