Phobya DC12-260 12Volt Pump

Phobya DC12-260 12Volt Pump

Phobya
Scan code: LN59167 Manufacturer code: 49070 Request call
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Product Overview The new Phobya pumps: A revolution begins!

After the first products the manufacturer consortium Phobya now introduces a pump series which rattles the cages in the performance-pump sector. This product perfectly combines all the requirements from different watercooling users:

Quiet: At less than 22dB even most fans in the system emit more noise. For decoupling and therefore further noise reduction two kits are included with the pump: The first a map for quick and easy mounting on the case floor. The mat is self-adhesive on both sides and therefore reliably fixates the pump. The second possibility for pump installation are two brackets with which the pump can be fixated in the case.
A ceramic-based centrifugal bearing promises quiet operation and a long lifespan.

Compact: With the small outer dimensions (see technical specifications) the pump can be installed in almost any corner of the case, even in Midi- or Mini-towers. The compact dimensions of the pump also make connection to the cooling loop easy as the pump's position can easily be varied.

Powerful: Such a small and quiet pump so far always required compromises regarding the power. Not anymore! 2,6m of pressure head and 600l/h of flow are the kind of performance that will not be stopped even by cooling loops even with multiple waterblocks.

G1/4" connection: No adaptors, no annoyingly long connectors any more! Simply screw in the desired connector and you are set to go!

12V connector: The first advantage of a 12V connector is that it makes the connection with a 230V cable obsolete and that internal operation is made safe and easy. The other great feature of this pump is the connector: It is not a standard 4-Pin Molex connector, it is a 3-Pin fan connector which powers this pump (Important: Check the requirements and capabilities of the sockets to which you connect the pump). This pump can therefore be operated at a fan connector on a Mainboard or a fan controller. This also allows a speed reduction of the pump: Only 8V are required for starting and operation of the pump which makes it additionally quiet and smooth in operation. The fan connector also offers the advantage of rpm monitoring with a compatible controller. Features Color: Black
Casing material: Plastic
Outer dimensions: (L x W x H): 61,7 x 59,7 x 46,7mm
Connection thread size: G1/4"
Power connector: 3-Pin
Nominal operating voltage: DC 12V
Starting voltage: DC 8V
Power consumption: 8W
Current draw: 1A
Max. pressure head: 2,6m
Flow rate: 600 l/h
Lifespan: 50.000hrs
Noise emission: below 22 db
Warranty

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Reviews
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Pump...Fear it This a great pump, compact, very quiet, almost silent and vibration free. It has a 3pin connector for motherboard header and supports speed control, (no clunky Molex). Comes with an AV pad and two rubber bushed mounting brackets. I ordered this to replace the one I have used since 2009 that died recently, after six and half years and in excess of 30,000 hours use. Can't be bad and for less that £30.00 08 February 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Very good Completely fine pump. More than enough for my 240 rad and CPU watercooling loop. One thing though: Phobya did not bother to include manual! The pump itself does NOT show inlet/outlet and when I was about to flush the system, I had it running dry for 3 seconds... then found out on forum that: INLET (INTAKE) is the piece on the opposite of 3 pin cable and OUTLET is the piece on the top. Thought it's other way around .. Apart from that, good. 13 March 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Almost silent pump! This pump is cheap, quiet and efficient. I cannot hear it in the back of my Air 540, on the supplied foam mount - so fitting it in another case for a silent solution would be fine too. 27 December 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good pump for your first water cooling loop This pump is ideal for your first water cooling loop. Made by the Germans, you know that you are getting a good quality product. I used this pump with my alphacool lighttower which enables you to mate the pump straight onto the res. This is a good space saver. Even though it's quite loud for a pump, it is alot quieter than any air cooling equivalent. I will eventually be including a GPU in my loop and this will still be able to handle the flow perfectly! 06 October 2014
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Phobya DC12-260 12Volt Pump
Phobya DC12-260 12Volt Pump