Solinst Model 415 12V Submersible Pump Controller

The Solinst 12V Submersible Pump Controller, when combined with the pump, is a lightweight and portable groundwater sampling system.

Features

  • Runs from 12V power source
  • Convenient LED lights indicate pump status
  • Easy-to-reset circuit breaker means no fuse to replace
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The 12V Submersible Pump cable simply connects to the 12V Pump Controller, which then clips to a 12V power source. The 3/8" (9.5 mm) ID LDPE sample tubing is pushed onto the barbed fitting on the 12V Pump. Convenient LED lights on the Controller indicate the status of the 12V Submersible Pump system, including high or low battery voltage, proper battery connection, normal operation and maximum flow rate. It has an easy-to-reset circuit breaker (no fuse to replace). Simply turn the dial on the 12V Pump Controller clockwise to increase the voltage to the Controller, which turns the Pump’s motor faster and increases the flow rate.

Sampling Depth: As much as 36.5 m (120 ft) below ground surface
Flow Rates: Up to 13.5 L/min (3.6 US gpm)
Pump Cable Length: 130 ft (40 m)
Pump Cable Weight: 3.5 kg ( 7.8 lbs)
Wetted Materials: ABS pump body, 304 stainless steel motor, impeller and eyebolt, polypropylene hose barb, nitrile/buna o-rings and seals, PVC jacket electrical wire
Pump Size: 4.78 cm OD x 13.97 cm long (1.88" x 5.5")
Pump Weight: 0.8 kg (1.8 lbs)
Controller Size: 33 cm x 13 cm x 17 cm (13” x 5” x 6.5”)
Controller Weight: 3.4 kg (7.5 lbs)
Controller Cable Length: 1 m (3.5 ft)
Power Source: 12V Deep Cycle 60 amp AGM Battery or larger, or vehicle or marine battery.
Voltage Required: 12.5V–15V at source
Power Draw: 20mA (when dial is OFF), 3A (dial is at 1) to 36A (dial is at MAX (10))
Max. Run Time: Continuous, as long as Pump fully submerged during operation
Warranty: 12V Submersible Pump: 90 Days; 12V Pump Controller: 3 Years

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