Alphacool Laing DDC-Pump 12V DDC-1T Plus 6500043
This DC pump is an electronically commuted ball motor pump with an estimated lifespan of more than 50.000hrs at 12V. The only moving part on the pump is the spherically shaped Rotor unit which is sitting on an ultra-hard, wear-resistant ceramics bearing ball.
A conventional shaft with bearings and seals is not used or needed. The spherical bearing of the rotor unit on the ceramics bearing ball has many advantages: The development of bearing clearance is technically impossible which results in the impossibility of noise level increase over the lifespan of the pump. The bearing is self-adjusting, making the pump consistently quiet in operation over the full lifespan. The pump is directly lubricated by the coolant (wet-running pump). Therefore no maintenance is required.
As the rotor is magnetically held in place even small dirt particles pose no problem for the mechanism, a blocking of the pump is not possible under normal operating conditions. Even after a long period of standstill reliable operation is ensured. The permanent magnetic rotor unit is frictionlessly driven by a magnetic field which is produced by the surrounding stator.
The stator is completely built around the rotor, therefore the pump is with its 38mm only slightly higher than the stator unit. It therefore fits a in almost any PC case, may it be Super tower or Barebone. A separate magnetic shielding is usually not required. The ball motor principle allows powerful yet power-saving operation. The pump can be regulated by power variations of the DC operating voltage over a wide range. All parts in touch with the coolant are completely corrosion free.
Features Technical details:
Dimensions (WxDxH): 62x62x38mm (without fittings)
Motor: Electronically commuted ball bearing motor
Nominal voltage: 12V DC
Nominal power consumption: 18W
Certified voltage: 6 to 13,2
Pressure head at 12V: 4,7m
Maximum flow rate: 600l/h
Coolant: Water /Glycol/Glycol mixtures
Maximum system temperature: 60°C
Materials in contact with the coolant: Stainless steel 1.4571, PPS-GF40, EPDM O-Rings, Aluminium oxide, hard coal
Fittings: 2x 3/8" barbed fittings (For hoses with an outer diameter of 10mm and 8mm inner diameter)
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- 12 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 12 months
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