Fully automated, eco-friendly, plug-n-play solar water pump system
See it in action on Fox Atlanta - Pharr Elementary Community Garden
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Now available with optional timer! See it on YouTube
Collects water from ANY source - lake, river, pond, drainage sewer, rainwater barrel, etc. - any water you can see up to 100 feet away!
No priming required! Just drop a hose into water source and turn on! Can dry-run too; no overheating or damage!
Connect output to anything - lawn sprinkler, drip-irrigation, water tank, etc.
No electricity required - uses solar power to operate.
Now available with timer! Select timer option below
Can work in automated mode - turns on and waters your lawn for 30-40 minutes every 2-4 hours during the day.
- 2.9 GPM, 50 PSI
- Self-priming (no water needed to start)
- Dry-run is ok - will not overheat
- 9 feet suction lift
- 2-4 hours direct sunlight = 30-40 minutes pumping
- Place the unit so the solar panel is facing the sunlight.
- Attach a regular 3/4" garden hose to the "IN" connector.
- Attach a foot valve (provided) to the other end of the garden hose and drop it into water source.
- Attach your sprinkler to the "OUT" connector.
- Turn the switch on.
- Bottom green LED light indicates that battery is fully charged. (Yellow means acceptable-range charge; red means still needs charging.)
- Press the power button on the solar charge controller.
- Top green LED light indicates that solar panel is charging the battery.
- Controller is programmed for the pump to start working immediately when you press the power button on the controller, press it again to stop the pump.
- Controller can be programmed to start the pump automatically after dusk (or number of hours/minutes after dusk). Instructions are provided with the unit.
- Choose a TIMER option to be able to set pumping schedule for up to 8 times a day
- Choose a BATTERY upgrade for a longer pumping time, but also longer recharging time
Contact us for additional details!
This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 01 December, 2010.