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Need help on a Swiftech MCP655 specs sheet (Experts Only)

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So its nothing about water cooling Its more on the Electrical Engineering side of things and don't mind my grammar because I'm not a English major in college, but I was doing homework on Motors for 3 Phase and Single Phase. I decided to do a swiftech water pump about the DC motor in it and I need a little more specs about it because the websites doesn't say much about it. I just need to fill this out as much as I can but i just need a little more information first. If no one can help me I will just leave it as is and hope my teacher counts it. If you don't know what anything on this means just ask and I will tell you.

 

I made another thread in water cooling but no one never answered me yet because I don't think they know what I'm talking about or no one really goes there so im coming to this one but hopefully this thread helps me out.


Motor: Swiftech MCP655

FR ___BLDC___ TYPE ________ PH _____1_______

HP __________ RPM ___4800??____ VOLTS ___12 VDC______

AMPS ___2_____ HZ __________ SF ________________

RATING__Semi Continuous_____ INS CL _____F_____ INS TYPE ______IP 42______

AMB°C___60°C_____ NEMA __________ CODE ________________

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yes I know this but I was moving the Thread

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The mcp655 is just a rebranded Laing D5, maybe you can find more information under that name.

Also, if I'm not mistaken the pump can also run on 24 Volts.

 

Information from EKWB

- Motor: Electronically commuted spherical motor
- Rated voltage: 12V DC
- Power consumption: 23W
- Permitted voltage range: 8-24V DC
- Maximum pressure head: up to 3.9m
- Maximum flow: up to 1500L/h
- Maximum liquid temperature: 60°C
- Materials: Stainless steel, PPS-GF40, EPDM O-rings, Aluminium oxide, hard coal
- Power connector:  4-Pin Molex- and 4-Pin PWM FAN connector
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The mcp655 is just a rebranded Laing D5, maybe you can find more information under that name.

Also, if I'm not mistaken the pump can also run on 24 Volts.

 

 

would you know the Horse Power rating of the motor and also what hertz it runs at? I can figure out if its a 3 Phase or Single Phase if I have them

 

Edit: Also about the 24VDC.. power supplies are only 12 VDC so you can't really get 24VDC without a step up transformer or another power supply 

 

Edit: I just remembered that DC motors are Single Phase but I still need HP and Hz at least

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would you know the Horse Power rating of the motor and also what hertz it runs at? I can figure out if its a 3 Phase or Single Phase if I have them

 

Sorry, couldn't find anything. However I didn't look that long.

Here is all the information from Laing.

 

And here their contact form, it appears to be German only though. But they also have twitter on the side.

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Thanks for finding that document and I couldn't find but once again thank you.

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Video Card: EVGA GTX 1080 FTW
Hard Drive: x2 OCZ ARC 100 240GB RAID 0 (Boot), Western Digital 4TB SSHD (Steam), x2 Adata 512GB (Steam)
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Monitor: x2 Dell U2414H
Keyboard: Ducky Shine 5 RGB (Cherry MX Blue)
Mouse: Logitech G502
Headset: AKG K553 Pro Studio Headphones
Speakers: Boston Accustics Home Media Theater 2.1 + Boston Accustics Soundbar
Microphone: Audio Technica AT-2035 w/ Focusrite Scarlett Solo
Sound: Creative Sound Blaster E5 DAC

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Case: Rosewill 4U Rackmount RSV-L4500

Processor: Intel Xeon E5-2670 V3 12C/24T

Motherboard: Asrock x99 Extreme 4

Ram: Kingston HyperX DDR4 2133 4x4GB

Video Card: Nvidia GT520

OS Drive: Kingston Hyperx 240GB SSD

Raid Card: LSI MegaRaid  9261-8i 8-port

Hard Drives: x7 HGST 4TB Nas

 

 

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