42755-0092

Jabsco V-FLO Water Pressure Pumps with Strainer

Jabsco V-FLO Water Pressure Pumps with Strainer

Description

The Jabsco V-FLO Water Pressure with Strainer features the revolutionary DiMOND technology designed to automatically diagnose and monitor all aspects of your pumps performance to prevent system failure.

Features

  • Up to 50% Less Power Consumption
  • Learns the Boats Water Pressure System to Improve Pump Performance
  • Self-Priming from Dry up to 3m
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Details

 

  • Flow rate: 19.0 Litres/min (5.0 gallons/min)
  • Universal Use (Metric or US Customary Units)

    Specifications: 
  • Body Materials Glass Filled Polypropylene
  • Diaphragm Santoprene
  • Valves EPDM
  • Port Type ½" (13mm) Hose barb or Thread
  • Voltage 12/24 (Vdc)
  • Motor Type Permanent magnet, double ball bearing armature. Electronic speed control built into rear endball.
  • Flow Rate5 (gpm) 19 (lpm)
  • Sensor Pressure 40 (psi) 2.75 (bar)
  • Voltage 12 (Vdc)



DiMOND incorporates 10 specific modules designed to Monitor, Protect and Prevent - allowing you to evaluate and respond to the problem before the pump or your boat are damaged. The DiMOND technology automatically runs diagnostics to detect common failures such as run dry,plumbing leaks, over current, under current, low voltage and over voltage. If the diagnostic discovers a problem, the pump will stop, identify the root cause, and provide the data you need to solve the problem.

V-FLO is powered by a new variable speed drive that delivers the exact amount of water flow neededto perform a variety of onboard delivery tasks. Since the pump is constantly monitoring water flow and electrical current, it automatically adjusts itself as needed, ensuring that your systems are operating at peak efficiency.

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