Reef Power RP-M V2 Powerhead (2600 GPH)

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The ReefBreeders Reef Power RP-M V2 Powerhead features the same compact form factor and powerful flow as its predecessor, but now with an improved controller and impeller design! 

  • Incredibly thin profile
  • Broad, evenly distributed flow
  • Auto shut off protection
  • Fully submersible pump and magnets
  • Variable speed output
  • 7 Preset flow modes
  • Wireless linking to sync and control multiple pumps
  • Newly redesigned impeller for longevity & noise reduction
  • Newly redesigned intuitive and full-featured controller
  • Ideal for Mixed Reef & LPS systems


Compact, Powerful, & Fully Submersible

Bring big flow in a small form factor to your aquarium. The RP-M V2 is around half the size of comparable pumps, but with all the power! The secret is in the unique impeller design which rotates around the motor block, allowing for a smaller form factor that protrudes only 2.25" into your tank, as well as a wide yet powerful flow. The pump and its "dry side" magnet are both 100% waterproof and can be fully submerged just about anywhere you can imagine-- you can even place your pump on your overflow box if you like!


New Controller Design

The Reef Power's updated controller still offers the same high-end features at an affordable price, but now with a more intuitive design modified for ease of use and adjustability. Additional wording and icons have been added to remove any confusion about the controls and to display relevant information at a glance. A knob has been added to more easily adjust pulse speed, and the LCD screen has been removed in favor of a more simplified interface. The RP-M V2 maintains the auto shut off feature, sine wave noise reduction, and 7 preset flow modes included in the previous controller design.

Flow Presets:

  • M1: Constant Flow Mode
  • M2: Pulse Mode
  • M3: Anti Sync Pulse Mode (2 Pumps Synced)
  • M4: Mixed Reef Mode (Alternating Constant and Pulse Flows)
  • M5: SPS Mode(Randomized Flow Pattern)
  • M6: Cleaning Mode (Reverse Flow)
  • M7: Feed Mode (10 & 20 min. Timers)


Improved Impeller

The RP-M V2 features an updated impeller with a stronger connection to the central impeller shaft and a tapered bottom to reduce contact with the motor housing. As a result of these changes, the V2 RP-M is even quieter and longer-lasting than the original. In addition, the impeller now features 4 blades instead of 2, yielding twice the surface area for more evenly distributed flow patterns in your aquarium--- goodbye, dead spots!


Wireless Linking

Your RP-M V2 can be paired wirelessly to Lead or Follow other pumps, in addition to running Solo on its own. For example, if you have 2 pumps, and set one to Lead, and one to Follow, the Follow pump will automatically switch modes and enter feed timers when prompted by the Lead controller. If you have pumps you want to run independently, simply set them to Solo mode.




  • Rec. Tank Size: 25-60 gallons ; 1 pump per 12-24"
  • Flow rate: 260-2,600 GPH
  • Energy consumption: 36 watts max
  • Voltage/frequency: 120v
  • Dimensions: 3” Diameter x 2" length
  • Cord Length: 78"
  • Max Glass Thickness: 5/8"
  • Warranty: 18 months


What's Included?

1x RP-M V2 Wave Pump

1x Controller

1x Power Supply

1x Manual


More Information
UPC 705333175752
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

So I know it says 25-60 gallons would 2 of these be good for a 75 gallon
Question by: Aden Hart on Dec 31, 2022, 9:18 AM
Yes, two of these would work well for a 75 gallon tank!
Answer by: William Reed (BRS Staff) on Jan 12, 2023, 10:10 AM
I know it has tank size 25-60G, but would this be too powerful for IM Nuvo 20G.

Question by: Myrtle G Henderson on May 28, 2022, 4:35 PM
Hey there,
Thank you for reaching out to us. Yes, it would be. A 20-gallon tank needs 600 GPH at most.

Please let me know if you need anything further and take care!
Answer by: Matt Lucero (BRS Staff) on May 31, 2022, 11:42 AM