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Apex COR beta starting

Vhuang168

Supporting Member
NSI for the COR is ending!

That usually means its time to start scouting out where to order it from!
 

Vhuang168

Supporting Member
The COR? Excellent pump. Very very quiet, plenty of flow. Lots of programming options when connected to Apex.

Apex now supports programming using percents on certain outlets.

It knows when it’s dry n can send you an alert n shut off.


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Vhuang168

Supporting Member
Where the marketing data sheet on these things? How do they compare to something like the Vectra pumps?
Not released yet but basically 2 models.

1500gph n 2000gph.

1500gph can only be run in connected mode.

2000gph can be run stand alone.

Both will have control boxes but the power connection is different.

What else would you like to know? I can try and answer those questions.


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sfsuphysics

BOD
Staff member
Is there anything fundamentally different about the pump compared to other pumps? I know they can be connected to the Apex to control, and I'm guessing not take up valuable real estate on a power bar, but do they do anything else? higher than normal head height, higher pressure, flow recording?

Basically asking if this is simply Neptune's version of a DC return pump.
 

Vhuang168

Supporting Member
Its grey and orange, does that count!?! :)

And it IS a Neptune product and it IS a DC return pump.

Here is the COR tile on Fusion.
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It will come with 1" input and a 1.25" output union with a step down to 0.75" included.

There is obstruction detection, internal temp monitoring but I think the biggest advantage is what you can do when connected to Apex.
 

Vhuang168

Supporting Member
So I got all excited and checked with Paul.

Looks like Robert is only get 1 and it will his demo.

Retail sales won't start till January.
 
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