Swimming Pool Pumping System
Cut Your Pool Energy Bill to Zero
Circulating your swimming pool water 24
hours a day is significant part of your electricity bill
during the swimming season? A high volume DC solar
pump can run solar panel direct during daylight hours to
keep your pool in good condition with no energy expense.
The system shown here costs less than $5,000. You
don't need to pump 24/7 to keep your pool water in good
condition as you can see from this pool.
The pump house is at the far end of the
pool. Two solar panels are above the house
on a freestanding top of pole solar panel mount.
The AC pump is on the right and is
available for backup on cloudy or overcast days
if needed. The DC pump is center, a
Dankoff Suncentric high
volume vane pump that
will pump 50 gallons per minute. A basket strainer is
left of the pump. For larger swimming pools two or
more solar pumps can be added to increase the water flow.
Two large 24 volt 72 cell solar panels
are mounted on a DPW top of
pole mount to
power the DC pump at 36 volts. The panels are angle
adjustable to maximize the
energy from the panels according to the season.
Mounted on the back of the pole is a
combiner box with circuit breakers and a top
quality lightning arrestor. A pump controller and
linear current booster could be
used with this system in locations that have significant
cloudy weather. The customer
decided it wasn't needed for this system, and he was right!
The solar pump creates water flow
comparable to the energy hog AC pump. You can
see the roil of the water in the bottom of the skimmer?
I would like to thank you for all your help in the
designing and furnishing the required material for
my solar swimming pool pump and filtration system.
It is nice to let the sun run the SunCentric vane
pump and not have a high power bill. Even on cloudy
days the pump circulates the 35,000 gallons of water
in our pool. The pump is also strong enough to use
our vacumn system to clean the pool.
I can't state how happy and pleased I am with the
complete solar system and pump. Thank you again and
look forward to doing business with you on future
Update from Roger August 26:
We compared our electric bills this year to last
year and the solar pump is saving us about $200 a
Roger S. in North Carolina
SunCentric pumps can be
powered directly by solar panels. A pump controller
with linear current booster is not mandatory but will
significantly improve the consistency of pumping
If you need constant
pressure or flow for your SunCentric application then a
solar charged battery system will provide the best
performance. Batteries can also be charged by other
Dankoff SunCentric Solar Water Pump Specifications
download in PDF.
For assistance and
pricing for your SunCentric applications
please contact us.
There have been some
change to the SunCentric product line, here are the most
current information about models and options:
SunCentric Pumps for
Swimming Pools and Wading Pools
7444 48V PV Direct
Min PV Array 624 Watts: 480 Watts 8 Amps / 8.8 Max Amps
52.5gpm@ 5' TDH / 19.0 @ 45' TDH
7511 24V Battery: 650 Watts 27.1 Amps / 29.8 Max Amps
36gpm @ 5' TDH / 7.5gpm @ 80' TDH
7521 36V PV Direct Min PV Array 959 Watts: 738 Watts
16.4 Amps / 18 Max Amps 37.5gpm @ 5' TDH / 7.5gpm @ 80'
24V Battery: 648 Watts 13.5 Amps / 14.9 Max Amps 36gpm @
5' TDH / 7.5gpm @ 80' TDH
7526 24V PV Direct Min PV Array 952 Watts: 732 Watts
24.4 Amps / 26.8 Max Amps 70gpm @ 5' TDH / 9gpm @ 60'
7622 36V PV Direct Min PV Array 1,112 Watts: 855 Watts
19 Amps / 20.9 Max Amps 50gpm @ 10' TDH / 10gpm @ 85'
48V Battery: 974 Watts 20.3 Amps / 22.3 Max Amps 52gpm @
10' TDH / 16gpm @ 90' TDH
7623 36V PV Direct Min PV Array 1,416 Watts: 1,089 Watts
24.2 Amps / 26.6 Max Amps 56gpm @ 10' TDH / 10gpm @ 90'
SunCentric High Temperature
Pumps for Hot Tubs and Spas
7322HT 24V PV Direct Min PV Array 377 Watts: 290 Watts,
9.7 Amps / 10.6 Max Amps 27.6gpm @ 5' TDH / 4.3gpm @ 35'
24V Battery 199 Watts, 8.3 Amps / 9.1 Max Amps 24.7gpm @
5' TDH / 6.45gpm @ 25' TDH
7323HT 12V PV Direct Min PV Array 100 Watts: 77 Watts,
5.1 Amps / 5.6 Max Amps 14.9gpm @ 5' TDH / 6.4gpm@ 10'
7426HT 24V Battery 391 Watts 16.3 Amps / 17.9 Max Amps
46.8gpm @ 5' TDH / 16.2gpm @ 35' TDH
7443HT 36V PV Direct Min PV Array 229 Watts: 176 Watts
3.9 Amps / 4.3 Max Amps 27.6gpm @ 5' TDH / 10.6gpm@ 20'
48V PV Direct Min PV Array 558 Watts: 429 Watts 7.2 Amps
/ 7.9 Max Amps
36.8gpm @ 10' TDH / 6.4gpm@ 45' TDH
48V Battery 206 Watts 4.3 Amps / 4.7 Max Amps 28.9gpm @
5' TDH / 6.4gpm @ 25' TDH
7444HT 48VPV Direct Min PV Array 624 Watts: 480 Watts 8
Amps/ 8.8 Max Amps 44.6 gpm @ 5’ TDH/ 16.2gpm @45’ TDH
7511HT 24V Battery 650 Watts 27.1 Amps / 29.8 Max Amps
30.6gpm @ 5' TDH / 6.4gpm @ 80' TDH
7521HT 36V PV Direct Min PV Array 959 Watts: 738 Watts
16.4 Amps / 18 Max Amps
31.9gpm @ 5' TDH / 6.4gpm @ 80' TDH
24V Battery 648 Watts 13.5 Amps / 14.9 Max Amps 30.6gpm
@ 5' TDH / 6.4gpm @ 80' TDH
7526HT 24V PV Direct Min PV Array 952 Watts: 732 Watts
24.4 Amps / 26.8 Max Amps 59.5gpm @ 5' TDH / 7.7gpm @
7622HT 36V PV Direct Min PV Array 1,112 Watts: 855 Watts
19 Amps / 20.9 Max Amps 42.5gpm @ 10' TDH / 8.5gpm @ 85'
48V Battery 974 Watts 20.3 Amps / 22.3 Max Amps 44.2gpm
@ 10' TDH / 13.6gpm @ 90' TDH
7623HT 36V PV Direct Min PV Array 1,416 Watts: 1,089
Watts 24.2 Amps / 26.6 Max Amps 47.6gpm @ 10' TDH /
8.5gpm @ 90' TDH
11046 Basket Strainer 1½" Intake & Outlet
11049 Basket Strainer 2" Inlet & Outlet
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