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Nero 3 Submersible Pump

Nero 3 Submersible Pump is a top of the line submersible wave pump designed for use in both freshwater and saltwater aquariums. The unit boasts a unique propeller system with a broad flow that is strong enough to provide necessary movement to push around detritus, food and organic waste into the filters, yet gentle enough to not harm sensitive coral species. As well, to keep the inhabitants of your tank safe, the unit comes with a durable fish guard to ensure small or curious fish do not enter into the pump propeller. The flow output can be easily adjusted with a range of movement up to 15°, providing aquarists with maximum user control. This flow output is a convenient magnetic mount and uses two magnets that couple together between 1/2" of glass or less. The virtually silent pump has a futuristic, compact design, making it ideal for nano aquariums and to keep the focus on the inhabitants inside the tank, not the equipment around it.

The Nero 3 is all about advanced functionality. The bluetooth compatible pump combines intelligent features with powerful function, and can be accurately controlled right from your smartphone device. With access to the control interface, the MyAi App, aquarium owners can create intensive, customized daily schedules with various modes, speeds, intensities and patterns as well as turning the device on and off. There are five flow modes to choose from: random, pulse, constant, schedule and feed, all of which have unique, specific functions ranging from high energy reef environments to mimicking low flow wave patterns of tidal lagoons. Provides a maximum flow rate of 2000 GPH and consumes 20 watts of power.

In The Box:

  • Nero 3 Pump
  • Nero 3 Controller
  • Nero 3 Fish Guard
  • Magnetic Mounting System
  • Power Supply
  • User Guide

1.54" x 2.25"

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