• So­lar Water Pumps

Log Home Living - - CONTENTS -

It’s no sur­prise that the vast ma­jor­ity of log homes are slightly off the beaten path. But of­ten, that also means they are slightly off the grid, too — and not just when it comes to elec­tric­ity, but also water. Liv­ing in re­mote lo­ca­tions can mean re­ly­ing on al­ter­na­tive en­ergy sources and a well over pub­lic wa­ter­works. How you get that water out of the ground mat­ters.

Enter prod­ucts like The SubDrive So­larPAK, a so­lar-pow­ered wa­ter­pump­ing sys­tem from Franklin Elec­tric.

The SubDrive So­larPAK in­cludes:

• Franklin Elec­tric 4-inch sub­mersible mo­tor • Franklin Elec­tric 4-inch sub­mersible pump • SubDrive So­lar con­troller

• Flow switch with 30 foot (10 m) ca­ble • Va­ri­ety of flow rates mo­tor and drive rat­ings

Fea­tures in­clude:

• High flow sys­tem for faster tank fill and sig­nif­i­cant water out­put

• Proven mo­tor and pump tech­nol­ogy for long-term re­li­a­bil­ity

• Ro­bust IP55, NEMA 3 drive en­clo­sure min­i­mizes im­pact of wildlife,

in­sects, dust and weather

• DC/AC power in­puts with auto-switch­ing be­tween the so­lar ar­ray and an

AC backup source

• Sim­ple in­stal­la­tion and no re­quired main­te­nance

• Built-in di­ag­nos­tics and pro­tec­tion

• And more!

For the full list of specs and fea­tures, visit franklin­wa­ter. com/ prod­ucts/ pack­aged-sys­tems/ res­i­den­tial light­com­mer­cial/ sub drive-so­lar pak

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