Linear Bearing Link Drive Motor

$910 - $1330
The Simple Pump Linear Bearing Link Drive (LBLD) motor is the perfect choice when do not have a shelter for the motor, and you want to provide the power configuration for the motor.
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Simple Pump Motor Advantages

  • Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) Compliant which ensures public health protection through compliance with U.S. federal drinking water standards.
  • Works with a DC power source or our solar power systems in a 12v and 24v DC motor configuration.
  • Can be powered with solar panels, a vehicle battery, a generator-fed battery, a solar generator, or an AC-DC converter.
  • Capable of pumping water to a max lift* of 225 feet. * (water level + vertical rise + 100' equivalent for pressure)
  • Can pump into your pressure tank giving you full use of all your home’s plumbing fixtures
  • Freezeproof and operates reliably 24/7 in high wind and hard freeze temperatures
  • Can be easily converted from a hand pump to a motor-operated pump or vice versa without the need to convert the entire pump system
  • Can be installed in a wide well or cistern with the use of our mounting plate adaptor
  • Standard connection to a 3/4″ hose or 3/4″ FNPT pipe
  • Works with a DC power source or our solar power systems
  • 12v and 24v DC motor option
  • Can be configured in a weather-resistant, stainless steel enclosure that provides protection from the weather and the outdoors
  • Can be configured as a standalone indoor unit where you provide protection from the weather and the outdoors. This can be a pump house or a similar enclosure that provides protection to the motor unit.

Power Requirements

The power requirements for the Linear Bearing Link Drive motor at 100-foot static water level, pumping into an ambient tank are:

12VDC

  • 16 amps peak
  • 25 amp fuse
  • 10-11 amps average draw

24VDC

  • 8 amps peak
  • 15 amp fuse
  • 5-6 amps average draw

Perfect for Outdoor Use

The Simple Pump Linear Bearing Link Drive (LBLD) motor is the perfect choice when do not have a shelter for the motor, and you want to provide the power configuration for the motor. You can choose the LBLD24-1WR weather-resistant option outfitted with a stainless steel enclosure.

INCLUDES

  • A gasketed and lockable stainless enclosure with a 1/4HP 24VDC gear motor and a weather-resistant rocker switch
  • Cole-Hersey relay
  • Terminal block
  • 36CFM ventilation fan
  • (1) fuse holder with 15amp ATO/ATC pronged, auto-style fuse

The breadboard has the holes drilled for the PS30M Morningstar charge controller, the Intermatic timer.

Motor add-on price starts at $1300
(The motor price is additional to the base hand pump.)

YOU SUPPLY

  • All components to provide and control the power to the motor.

For example, a solar panel system would include:

  • One or two polysilicon or microcrystalline PV modules (S-Energy) @ 260 watts each, 24VDC
  • 3″x 9′ or 4″x12′ galvanized steel mounting pole or roof-mount hardware
  • Sacrete, if using a pole mount
  • (2) group 27 or (2) group 31 deep cycle lead acid or AGM batteries
  • Any power and power-control hardware, e.g. Morningstar PS30 charge controller, Intermatic FM1QTUZH-24 timer.

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5 out of 5
Perfect fit off-grid
Reviewed on January 6, 2016 
in Minnesota

I installed your pump myself. So now I understand why you call it the Simple Pump. Recently added the 12 volt motor and have put a few hours on it to fill a couple of large tanks we use on our 10-acre property. We don't live there. It's a recreation property and we're off the grid. Your simple pump is a perfect fit for us. Thanks again.

5 out of 5
Works great
Reviewed on January 5, 2014 
in Missouri

I installed the system myself, it works great. Am getting about 3 gpm and am pumping into a 500 gal tank as needed. I also installed the pitless adapter and dc motor which runs off solar and wind-charged battery bank. The motor is very efficient as there is very little voltage drop compared with other blowers and various motors I use out there as well. Also; I had no helpers and knew nothing of wells. My biggest fear was dropping everything down the well during installation, but the holder tool worked perfect. The simple pump system worked perfect for our off grid needs.

The cool thing is that if my batteries run out, or something happens to my panels, I will always have water as I can always spare a second to put the pump handle back on and give the kids something to do.