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  2. Do you have a pond or outside water feature that you can't run a power cord to? The Aquagarden Solarfree 1000c could be the answer for you! These pump, solar panel and fountain kit sets are ideal for smaller ponds. They have max output of 980 LPH and a max head height of 1m. They also include a telescopic fountain riser with a secondary T-piece outlet. Wow! And all that for only $189.00!! And dont forget about your 10% QLDAF discount!! Click on the link below to head on over to our website and check them out. http://www.thetechden.com.au/Aquagarden_Solarfree_1000C_Solar_Water_Pump_p/22075.htm
  3. Was just thinking, would you be able to run one of those single or double sponge filters through a solar air pump? Would it be strong enough?
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  9. Has anyone feedback on smallish solar fountain pumps? Approx. turnover 400lph. I'm thinking of getting one to get some water movement into my outside tubs, to stop them to stagnate. Thanks for any input.
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  12. I picked up my deep cycle battery the other day (24v/600Ah). The first thing to do will be to convert it to 12 volt (this will also double the Ah capacity to 1200Ah), quite a simple thing to do but will get it done professionally do to maintain good current flow. So the next step is to work out how much current the whole system will draw, I'll also be running a few things inside the house (LED downlights and laptops etc.) off the system as well. Once I work out roughly what it will draw then I should have an idea on how many solar panels (100w each) I'll need. I'm thinking around 5-10 (500-1000w). I've decided on an MPPT controller to regulate the charging of the batteries. I already have a 600w inverter for immediate backup if we have a blackout before I get the system up and running but will probably look at a 5000w inverter to run powerheads/cannisters etc.
  13. Saw these lights seem pretty cheap anyone have any reviews or comments http://www.guppysaquariumproducts.com.au/lights-t5-ho/t5-florescent-light-fittings-solarmax/t5-aquarium-light-8x8x39w-h/o-1800-long-individual-reflectors/prod_1006.html Sent from my GT-I9305T using Tapatalk 2
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  17. Hi, I've been looking at these on Ebay but I don't know if they are any good. Does anyone have an experience with these? solar powered air pump | eBay The pond is just one of those big cement pots. I think it holds 150-200 litres. It has 3 goldfish around 12 - 15cm and a heap of guppies. I've been running it all year as is, no filter or anything. Never had any deaths, and clean it out every few weeks. But thinking one of these pumps might keep it a little cleaner. It goes green very fast. Any ideas or experience?
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  19. Anyone got it? Would be interested in installers, size, how much difference it's made to your leccy bill. Any observations etc cheers kev
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  21. Has anyone seen or used one before? Wanting to heat a 500l pond through winter as a growout tank. And don't want to give any more money to electrical companies. Cheers Shane PS. Have googled without much luck.
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