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A spherically suspended rotor/impeller rests on top of a ceramic ball and is driven magnetically, thereby eliminating the need for a shaft motor connection. The pump lasts longer, consumes less power and offers superior performance characteristics when compared to other pumps in its class.
Warning1/2" Center Inlet and 3/8 " Outlet - 3/8" ID tubing can be used on the inlet with a little brute force.
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Reviewer: Stinkbait (8)
Pros: It is small and fits in very tight places. It has plenty of power for small loops but not recommended for CPU cooling. It has a standard Laing DCC shell and there is a wide variety of tops and accessories available. Make sure the pump works before removing the top, it voids the warranty. Cons: This model has an odd size input barb. First of all it points straight up and wastes valuable space. The barb is too small for 1/2" tube and too large for 3/8" though if you heat the 3/8" tube, you can force it on. This was of no consequence to me as I plan to replace the top anyway. This pump has to be gravity feed. It will not suck water so it must be the lowest component in the loop. If it gets a large bubble, in the feed it will stop pumping and pulse. It only works below 13vdc. If your test supply goes above 13v, it will shut down. It makes a lot of noise compared to the 3.1 ver. Notes: I would not use the DCC pumps at all except the fit easily in the case for secondary loop, such as HDD and chipset cooling.