The heavy duty 5 Watt Solar Water Pump and LED Solar Light is designed for fountains, ponds and other outdoor uses.
It can be set up easily where you want, without the need for batteries or wiring installation.
It's perfect to create a new fountain, waterfall anywhere in your pond, yard or patio. Or, replace an electric powered pump with this solar pump kit to make your water feature more environment-friendly, more flexible, and safer for your kids.
The 5 Watt Solar Water Pump has an LED fountain light that automatically illuminates the fountain spray at night. Versatile, this solar water pump can be used during the day or night, as part of the solar energy each day is captured in a battery for reserve use at night. It operates in two modes.
We recommend using our Hydraulic Head Calculator to determine which pump is best for your water feature. If any questions about about our solar pumps, just call us at (866) 686-6903.
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This mode is designed for good sunlight conditions. Solar panel runs pump and diverts part of the power to the battery for night mode use.
This mode is designed for overcast conditions and night time. The pump runs by battery if there is sufficient power in the battery. (You can designate a time, or let it run until the battery expends its energy.)
Water Flow Function:
The water flow can be adjusted by pressing a button on the unit's control box. There are 4 different levels of water flow to meet the needs of different fountains. The water flow also can be adjusted directly from the pump.
Controller Provides Flexibility:
The pump's timer for night time action can be set for Auto (on until battery runs out) 1 hour, 2 hours, or 4 hours memory.
Dry Run Protection
The pump has dry run protection, meaning it will turn itself off when the water level gets too low to avoid permanent damage. Pumps without dry run protection will burn themselves out when water levels are too low.