Voyager Nano Stream Pump (530 GPH) - Sicce

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The Voyager Nano from Sicce was developed with silent operation and durability in mind. Revolutionary Sicce Technology includes an auto-cleaning/lubricating system and vibration absorbing magnet mount.



  • Silent operation - Sicce has some of the quietest pumps on the market to date, and the Voyager Nano is no exception!
  • Safe - A fine-slotted protection grid ensures that your fish and inverts will remain safe and protected from the impeller
  • Adaptability - Ability to be connected to an ON/OFF controller like a ReefKeeper, Apex, timer, or the Sicce Wave Surfer for natural water movement
  • Self Cleaning and Lubricating - Water is forced into the impeller chamber to keep it lubricated and clean of debris, reducing maintenance, extending pump life, and keeping the pump running cooler
  • Adjustable - The included vibration dampening magnetic mount swivels to allow complete control over where your flow is being directed



  • Flow Rate - 530 GPH
  • Maximum Glass Thickness - 12mm
  • Power Consumption - 3 Watts
  • Amps - .05A
  • Cord Length - 7.2 feet
  • Warranty - 3 Years


What's in the Box?

  • Pump
  • Pump Mount
Instruction Manual:
More Information
Product Name Voyager Nano Stream Pump (530 GPH) - Sicce
SKU 208992
UPC 8011469959329
Variable Speed No
Included Mounting Magnetic
Wattage 3W
Power Cord Length 7 Feet
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Product Questions

Is this compatible with the Tunze safety connecter for battery backups?
Question by: Samaya Neesen on Jul 1, 2022, 10:15 PM
Thanks for the question! This pump is only going to be compatible with a computer UPS battery back up as the only plug it has is a standard wall plug. Please let us know if we can help with anything else!
Answer by: Kyle Thomas (BRS Staff) on Jul 6, 2022, 2:05 PM
Is this AC or DC?
Question by: Jon Lively on Mar 22, 2018, 6:06 PM
This is an AC powered pump.
Answer by: Chad on Mar 23, 2018, 3:49 PM
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