DC12-220 12 Volt Pump
The front of the packaging for the DC12-220 12 Volt pump offers an image of the all black pump off to the right. To the left, over the blue guy, there is a list of five features that this pump offers.
The back panel will interest more users though, as it breaks down what the DC12-220 can do. We see it can operate on voltage ranging from eight to twelve volts, consuming a maximum of 6.5W. It is capable of up to 400 liters per hour with 2.2 meters of head pressure, boasts 50,000 running hours, and only 17.2dB of noise.
Since this is pretty common knowledge when using a pump, this is the first time we have seen a kit with the warning sticker. It simply states that at no time should the pump be run without coolant in it, and in the reservoir.
Inside of the open celled foam, we find the pump, a foam double-sided mounting tape pad, and we also get two rubberized pump mounts. These will stick into the pump and allow it to be mounted with screws, without vibrating whatever they are attached to.
With little instruction from Phobya or Aquatuning, this orientation of the mounting system seems to make the most sense. We can also see that the eight inches of pump power lead uses a three-pin fan connection.
Just in case you wanted to see the impeller, we popped the top on the pump. There is also an arrow on the outgoing side of the pump, so you do not have to remove the cover to see that the impeller pulls in through the cover, and spins coolant out of the top.
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