DC Variable Speed Pump with Potentiometer Speed Adjusting

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DC variable speed PUMPwith Potentiometer Speed adjusting and PWM(50-800HZ/Amlitude 5V) or VR(0-5V) Speed adjusting connection

DC variable speed PUMPwith Potentiometer Speed adjusting and PWM(50-800HZ/Amlitude 5V) or VR(0-5V) Speed adjusting connection   :

 

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1. Life: Expected life span is about 30000 hours.

2. Low noise: ≤40dB, far from 1meter distance.

3. Duty work: The pump can sustain heavy duty work for a whole day.   Continuous operation.

4. Working conditions: Applying to indoor and outdoor under temperature 40   degC.

5.Working temperature: Within 100 degC. can work in water and out of water.

6. Can work in water or out of water.

7. Reliable Performance: Works quietly; Energy saving; High efficiency; Environment protection; We can offer over voltage protection, overheat protection, run dry protection, over current protection, idling protection, blocking protection, jammed protection signal feedback, speed control, ect.

NOTE :3phase dc is completely different with 3phase AC; 3phase DC means 3 pairs of magnetic polarity & sensor-less, power supply the same with common DC pump(two wires: positive and negative). Intelligent program-driving, sensor-less,PCB board outside (main factor that pump can be high-temperature resistant)


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Q:water pump replacement..some opinions needed, electrical or not?
Most 1973 era vehicles have a clutch on the fan which stops turning at higher engine rpm which saves horsepower. Your best option is to locate a high capacity water pump for your car or locate a radiator with more passes than the stock radiator. A radiator shop should be able to give you advise on both. Remember, the water pump is belt driven along with several other items on the engine, so replacing the water pump with an electric one might be far more involved and expensive. Plus, the water pump has a seal that must work properly for the engine to retain its cooling fluid. There are aftermarket cooling fans that can be installed in front of or behind the radiator to provide additional air flow, the local auto parts store should have a listing or a company like Summit. Fans can be manually turned on or have a thermo swithch which turns the fan on at a certain temp. These are usually options with the electric fan kits. Good luck.
Q:Car repair price question: water Pump?
water pumps do not take that long to replace, i did the one on my car in about an hour, they probably quoted you a price on a dealer, or manufactures water pump, which is much more expensive i would get a price at a smaller garage possibly or look into doing it yourself,
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Yes an no. Is it a good idea? Yes. Especially if the vehicle overheated. Is it required? No. It will be extra labor to replace the thermostat. He did not cause the problem but he probably should have recommended it to you. It would have cost you the same extra money then as it did now. Just would have saved you time.
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Q:broken water pump 2003 PT Cruiser?
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Yep thats approximately good and those aspects are the lifeline of the motor vehicle the timing belt turns the motor and the water pump pumps the coolant with the aid of the engine. purely the pump and the belt plus different seals and and so on aspects is gonna run approximately 4 hundred+ in case you think of you're able to do it your self yet with the aid of fact it relatively is a greater luxurious acura yeah one thousand sounds good. i purely did my integra and that they quoted me i think of six hundred yet I did it myself for decrease than the cost of the climate.
Q:Replacing water pump?
no you need to drain the anti-freeze out of the radiator. after your done you can flush it or you don,t have to. take the belt off, take the bolts out, clean the surface on the engine, put a new gasket on the new pump, put some sealer on the gasket ( both sides) place the pump on the engine, put the bolts back in and tighten them evenly, put the anti-freeze back in, put the belt back on, start it up and check for leaks.
Q:What are the steps to take out a water pump for a grand am 2004?
You did not say if you have a 4 cylinder or a 6 cylinder. The 6 is really easy so I will assume you have a 4.If equipped with an automatic transmission, remove the exhaust manifold. Refer to Exhaust Manifold Removal in Engine Mechanical - 2.2L (L61). Drain the cooling system. Refer to Cooling System Draining and Filling . Raise and suitably support the vehicle. Refer to Lifting and Jacking the Vehicle in General Information. Remove the right front tire and wheel. Refer to Tire and Wheel Removal and Installation in Tires and Wheels. Remove the front fender liner. Refer to Front Fender Liner Replacement in Body Front End. Remove the access plate on the water pump sprocket from the timing cover. Install J 43651 to the water pump sprocket. Use the access plate bolts to secure J 43651 to the engine front cover. Remove the bolts that secure the sprocket to the water pump. Remove the bolt (1) that secures the engine block to the water pump. Remove the bolt (2) that secures the engine front cover to the water pump. Remove the feed pipe that joins the thermostat housing to the water pump. Remove the 2 bolts that secure the water pump to the engine block. Remove the water pump.
Q:Any advise on what would be the easiest way to replace a water pump?
Honestly having the Chilton or Hayes repair manual will help greatly in understanding how it should all come apart. They run about $25.00 at you auto parts store. Having the proper tools will make the job go as smooth and quickly as possible. Most basic kits and be picked up at auto part stores for around 65.00 bucks. This is the best advice I can give a beginner who has just jumped right in there. Watch what you are taking apart and make sure that it is something that HAS to come off. There is no reason taking something out of the car if it's not going to help the project. When you picked up the water pump did you make sure to get too new radiator hoses? I will often replace the upper and lower hose when I do water pumps. Most likely they have been on there as long as the pump and it's time to change them. Not to mention now would be a great time to replace the thermostat on the engine as well to allow proper water flow through the engine. Also make sure you have the distilled water handy with the anti-freeze. Using distilled water keeps the radiator from becoming clogged with minerals that are normally found in your city water. It helps extend the life of your cooling system. I hope this helps. If you have any more questions feel free to E-mail me.

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