Jabsco 31777-0000 Water Pump Controller Variable Speed Drive on 2040-parts.com
Olathe, Kansas, United States
Manufacturer Part Number:31777-0000
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JABSCO 31777-0000 WATER PUMP CONTROLLER
6 to sell will ship up to six for the same flat rate shipping fee of $15.00.
Variable Speed Drive (VSD) converts everyday pumps into sensor-controlled pumps that automatically adjust in real time to changes in pressure. As more flow is required, the pump motor speeds up to provide smooth and consistent performance. 12 or 24 VDC input, 12 AMPS @ 12V; 6 @ 24 V. Flow range depends on pump size. 4.7" x 3.4" x 3.0". Quiet operation, eliminates noise associated with water hammer, eliminates need for space consuming accumulator tank. Works on most water pressure pumps rated 3-12 amps. Easy to install; inlet hose and fittings included. features on light indicator. NOTE: Not compatible with "low-pressure bypass" pumps (Flojet 4405 and Jabsco 31295/31395 Series pumps).
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