Rule Low Profile LoPro Boat Bilge Pumps

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  • $84.00
  • Regular price $111.00

The NEW Rule LoPro (low profile) bilge pumps are small enough
to fi t into tight spaces in the bilge - yet they pack real pumping power
at 900 gallons per hour - 3,400 litres per hour - 57 litres per minute.
These new pumps include numerous features for ease of installation,
ease of use and multiple options for use.

2 models available - standard NON-auto or dual sensing Automatic.
Up to 900 GPH - 3,400 LPH - 57 litres per minute at open fl ow
Up to 634 GPH - 2,400 LPH - 40 litres per minute at 1 metre head
Up to 418 GPH - 1,582 LPH - 26 litres per minute at 2 metre head
Maximum head height - 4 metres = 0 fl ow

Compact size - 60mm high (with port to the side)
60mm wide (with port upright)
Length - 195mm RWB5158 Std Model - 245mm RWB5159 Auto
Fully submersible - horizontal or vertical mounting
Ignition protected - won’t create a spark
Thermal cut-out to prevent overheating if run dry
Silicone blocked tinned 16 gauge wiring
Rotating discharge body swivels 180 deg for ease of installation

Threaded discharge nozzle with multiple hose ports included as
standard in the package - 4 different hose ports provided -
1 each 20mm, 25mm & 28mm straight & 1 x 20mm 90 deg elbow
A Straight discharge ports include a nitrile non-return check valve
(for use on straight ports only - not to be used on 90 deg port)

A 3 year limited warranty

NON-automatic Standard LoPro Pump
Includes all features as detailed above
12 volt 4 amp use a 7.5 amp fuse
NON-automatic operation 
#5158 NON-automatic Rule LP900D LoPro bilge pump 12volt

AUTOMATIC Operation LoPro Pump
The automatic LoPro includes all features as detailed further above
with the additional benefit of automatic operation in multiple modes
- NO float switch is required.
High or low water sensing mode - the pump can be set to start
operation at either 33mm or 50mm bilge water height
Electronic automatic timer mode - The pump can be set to
automatically check for water every 2 1/2 minutes - if water is
present it will continue to run and pump bilge water. This feature
is very handy - however if you leave the boat unattended on a
mooring it may run down the battery over time, if you don’t
have solar panels or a wind generator Etc to constantly charge
the battery - in this case set the pump only to high or low mode

Includes pump test mode
Includes manual override 3rd wire - requires a Rule 3 way
panel switch RWB23 or RWB107 to operate this feature
2 volt 4 amp use a 7.5 amp fuse
12 volt DC only - DO NOT run direct off a 240v-12v transformer
#5159 Automatic Rule LP900S LoPro bilge pump 12volt