Jebo wp40 anyone have one?

rjmurd

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Has anyone tried the new Jebo wp40?

Its a new pump that is a combo of a tunze and vortech, but much cheaper than a vortech.

Anyone know where to get them?
 

rjmurd

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Just bought one. Ill give a review on it after some time. Looks cool though, and awesome for the price if it works.
 

slipknottin

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Mine came today, moves a crazy amount of water. Had to use the adjustable power supply just to dial it way back. Even at 16 volts its moving a good amount of water.
 

SteelerMike

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Mine came today as well :) It makes a very nice wave in my 125. Still playing with the different modes. Will try to post a video soon. Overall, very impressed so far.
 

slipknottin

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Hey Mike, do you only have 1 in your 125? Im intetested in trying one and was wondering how many for my 75.

You only need one in a 75. It moves plenty of water for a tank that size. 6' and bigger tanks I would start considering using two, but for a 4' tank one is plenty
 

SteelerMike

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Hey Mike, do you only have 1 in your 125? Im intetested in trying one and was wondering how many for my 75.

Hi Bob,
I only ordered1 to see how it did. I was running alone last night and it moves quite a bit of water. I think it may be enough, but will have to play around with it and let you know.
 

BubbaBoBobBrain

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Is it safe to change the power level to the powerhead? I know nothing about electricity but if something is designed to run at a certain level of power wouldnt it damage the powerhead to lower the level? Im very dumb when it comes to this stuff so im just asking to make sure because I hope to order one of these pumps in the near future
 

muppet

Misanthrope
I'm not an electrician or an engineer either, but I think that electric motors that are designed to be speed controlled are controlled by varying the voltage...?
 
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