Phobya DC12-220 12Volt Pump

Phobya 49095 DC12-220 12Volt Watercooling Pump

Scan code: LN54736 Manufacturer code: 49095 Request call
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Product Overview The new pumps by phobya stir up the watercooling market!

Very quiet, extremely powerful, compact and with a long lifespan: This is the first pump generation by Phobya. Especially when considering the price this pump is truly a great option for your watercooling system!

The continuously growing portfolio of accessories additionally increases the possibilities of use and mounting varieties! Features Nominal voltage: DC 12V +/-10%
Starting voltage: 8V and above
Power consumption: 6.5W +/- 10%
Current draw: 0.62A +/-10%
Max. flow: 400 l/h +/-10%
Pressure head: 2.2m +/-10%
Dimensions: 52 x 45 x 50mm
Lifespan: 50.000 hrs at 25°C
Noise emissions: 17.2 dB

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12 months
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DOA Period:
1 days
RTB Period:
12 months
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Phobya DC12-220 12Volt Pump
Phobya DC12-220 12Volt Pump