Sun Pumps SCS 10-600-240 BL Solar Submersible Pump

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Item Number: SPC-145005
Last Price Update: 11/12/2020
Manufacturer: Sun Pumps
Made In: United States
Model Number: SCS 10-600-240 BL
$2,180.62
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SpecificationsSolar Submersible Pump, 10GPM, 600FT Head, 240VDC, Brushless Motor
Flow Range: 6-15 GPM (21-57 LPM)
Depth Range: 250-700 Ft. (76-213 Mt.)
DC Voltage Range: 180-240
Controller: PCC 240-BLS-M2S
Minimum Well Diameter: 4" (100mm)
Discharge Size: 1 1/4" NPT

Sun Pumps SCS series submersibles are high quality, maintenance-free, DC powered pumps specifically made for water delivery in remote locations. The 240 volt SCS pump systems operate between 1200 to 3000 watts of DC power with voltage choices ranging from 180 to 240.

The submersible motors incorporate the latest in high efficiency, permanent magnet, sensorless brushless DC technology and there are no electronics inside the motor. They are constructed of corrosion resistant, stainless steel.

The pump ends are multi-stage centrifugals constructed of stainless steel. The impellers are wear resistant glass filled, engineered composite and are resistant to mineral and algae deposits. The bowls are constructed of stainless steel for strength and abrasive resistance.

Sun Pumps SCS series pumps can be installed below the water level in a water well, lake, river, or cistern. They can be used to fill an open tank or used to pressurize water systems.

Sun Pumps PCC Sensorless Brushless DC Controllers incorporate the latest state of art technology. The controllers are micro-processor based and have MPPT, Maximum Power Point Tracking to keep the solar array operating at peak efficiency at all times. The control box is powder coated, die-cast aluminum with an extra large heat sink and rated for outdoor use.


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