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rodneygullick
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Re: pumps

Post by rodneygullick »

I have a 12v one I got my power supply in maplins BATH it is adjustable it varies from 5v-13.2v it is quite handy really if set at 12v and you want to slow down the flow you can reduce it down to 9v or even 7v there is one thing though you have to cut a piece off where it is plugged into the pump unless you have got something compatible the one I got costs between £9 and £10 it is a switching mode power supply model VN 10L Rodney

mrlard
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Re: pumps

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I personally run these in my panel - you can find uk suppliers which are more expensive but i have never had a problem ordering the half price ones from chin-all

12v
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/300619205776? ... 1423.l2649

24v
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/AC-100V-240V- ... 337d7d9357


controlled with a PWM which is a better way of controlling the speed of these pumps - for reasons i can't be arsed to explain

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/New-10A-DC-12 ... 2ebe5cf940

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SandyM
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Re: pumps

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I've got one of these, I just pulled a 12v power brick off an old charger (read the back first!) works fine.
Burns stuff. And makes beer. Usually not at the same time.

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Mike Palmer
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Location: Shatton

Re: pumps

Post by Mike Palmer »

Give us a 12V lad. Post it to:

Westhaven
Huxter
Isle of Whalsay
Shetland
ZE2 9AH

How would you like paid?
Long live SHA(T)!

mrlard
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Re: pumps

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pm sir

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