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Vipe Mini Micro Submersible Motor Pump Water Pumps DC 3-6V 120L/H Low
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- DC Voltage:2.5-6V
- Maximum lift:40-110cm / 15.75"-43.4"
- Outside diameter of water outlet: 7.5mm / 0.3"
- Inside diameter of water outlet: 4.7mm / 0.18"
- Size:Diameter:Approx. 24mm / 0.95" , Length:Approx. 45mm / 1.8", Height:Approx. 33mm / 1.30"
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Maximum lift:40-110cm / 15.75"-43.4"
Outside diameter of water outlet: 7.5mm / 0.3"
Inside diameter of water outlet: 4.7mm / 0.18"
Diameter:Approx. 24mm / 0.95"
Length:Approx. 45mm / 1.8"
Height:Approx. 33mm / 1.30"
Driving mode: brushless dc design, magnetic driving
Continuous working life of 500 hours
1 x Mini Submersible Pumps DC Motor Pump
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The motor needs at least 5V and 100mA to start pumping, so even though the specs say 2.5V to 6V, I would not go under 5V. The flow rate is actually pretty fast for such a small pump, and it's apparently self-priming. I am watering in bursts of 10 seconds every 6 hours.
The outlet dimensions are 7.5mm, which is 0.3", not a standard size, but 1/4" PVC tubing works, you just need to squeeze it on.
The pump floats in water, which is a bit disconcerting. I found a way to weight it down using some hardware I had lying around so it sinks to the bottom of the pail of water that will be the source.
Use it on small model and it did the job. I had to reduce the voltage to get to desire capacity.