MNP SF100 100W Powerful Solar Pond Pump Kit 1,268 GPH
Model MNP SF100 (My Natural Pond)
Free Ship 48 Sates sorry not to AL/HI – we can quote shipping for these two states.
Pictures of the fountain pump show here are of model MNP SF70 our 70w pump so you can expect this 100W model to be more powerful. There is a video of the SF70 on the SF70 product page.
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Powerful max. 1,268 GPH twin 50W panel (26×21 inch) powered pond pump for waterfalls or filtration and supplied with 16 feet of hose ready to set up and run in minutes.
This kit uses a proprietary solar brush-less pump representing a major breakthrough for solar powered water pumps.
Built with an exceptionally reliable carbon brush and shaft with a two sensor dry cut out feature ensures a long reliable trouble free product life.
The dry cut out feature alone may well save your fish should your pond ever leak.
Has locked rotor protection that prevents the pump from failure due to debris blocking the pump.
Cheaper products are unlikely to have all these advanced features.
Over 16 ft of electrical cable from pump to solar panels. This distance can be extended multiple 16 feet lengths with extenders available here.
Panels come with stands. Requires sunshine to run. No battery available for this kit – see below for more on this*
Pump alone weighs over five pounds and is around 12×10 inches and 8 inches high. Very easy to clean. Kit in its box weights over 30 pounds.
All our products are backed with a one year warranty and exceptional after sales service seven days a week.
- Peak power 100W (2 X 50W)
- Max power voltage 17.28V
- Max power current 2.894A
- Pump Max. head 9.86ft
- Max. flow rate 1,268GPH
- Cable length 16.4ft,
- Pump has dry run protection
- Kit Box Weight 30.8 pounds
We have decided not to sell batteries with our products except the solar powered underwater lights that store a charge so the lights can run at night.
To charge the battery as much as 35% of the solar power generated needs to be diverted to charge the battery. On a sunny day our SP50 can produce almost 880 gallons per hour (GPH) but while charging a battery this drops to 550 GPH. The battery adds significant cost (around $125) and weight to any solar powered kit and over time the battery will decline in efficiency. You may only get 4-6 hours of pumping when the sun goes down on a really sunny day. Should you still want such a pump you will need a third solar panel, the battery and some wiring expect to pay to around $200 for the SP50 and $275 for the SP100. Happy to discuss – please call 855-723-3564.