WP40 13000 L p/h Variable Wavemaker back in stock !

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  1. Andre@ReefAquatics

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    Hi Reefers, we have the WP40 wavemakers back in stock, our price R1200.00

    Features
    Easy installation and maintenance.
    360 degree rotation on a magnetic bracket
    6 different operating modes, including variable pulse modes for wave generation and a Reef Stream mode that generates a random flow pattern similar to that found on a natural reef
    Night sensor - automatically detects when tank lights go out and slows the pump.
    One-touch feed mode - slows pump for a period of 10 minutes.
    High performance, powerful, water flow combined with low energy consumption.
    Ceramic shaft for long life and durability
    Intelligent control system to generate various wave patterns to suit your tank.
    Extra-long cable for ease and comfort of placement, even on larger tanks.
    Low voltage, safe, reliable power supply. • Suitable for freshwater and saltwater.

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    Hmmm very tempting, might need to try these
     
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    I have Two in my 2m, 1 on pulse and 1 on stream.
    Great flow, great wave simulation even with this setting.
    Great value for money. I sold my 2 MP40 WES with the
    intention of saving up and going Tunze. Bought these as an
    interim solution. All I can say is I'm not going for Tunze anymore.
     
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    They don't have to ... they have their own conttroller ... and it actually works
     
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    Know, but it would be great if I could plug it in on my existing Tunze one and sync them with my Nanostreams, don't want to add another piece of equipment to the cabinet.
     
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    Makes good sence ... would it sync with the others ?
     
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    Yes we do, overnight door to door.

    Guys there;s quite a shortage on the WP25, not sure when they will become available.

    Don't they they've been tried with a tunze controller, but as stated they each come with their own controller :)
     
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    Ok, who is going to risk their controller and pump in the name of science?
     
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    can one adjust the speed of these pumps like the tunze with the little knob?
     
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    yes
     
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    WOW put this guy on our 2300 x 1200 coral bath yesterday and it moves some serious water !!! Found the w1 setting midway setting being the best.

    Another youtube vid.

     
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    Recommendation and setting for a 1200 x 600 ? or would the WP-25 be a better option ?
     
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    I have a similar sized tank and also intrested to know if the one controller controls just one pump or can u maybe add 2 pumps to one controller, im assuming if they cant you cannot sync them.
     
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