Wednesday, May 16th 2018

Raijintek Intros Antila D5 Pump+Reservoir

Raijintek introduced the Antila D5, a pump+reservoir combination device with a cylindrical reservoir measuring ⌀64 mm x 205 mm (H), and an integrated pump that can push 900 l/h, with a maximum pressure of 50 psi, and a 4 m (13-feet) head-lift. The reservoir is made of POM + PMMA clear acrylic. Taking in 4-pin PWM input, the pump's impeller spins between 1,800~4,500 RPM, with a noise output of up to 30 dBA. The complete assembly measures 87.4 mm x 280.6 mm x 91.2 mm, dry-weighing 790 g. The company didn't reveal pricing.
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4 Comments on Raijintek Intros Antila D5 Pump+Reservoir

What makes this different from EK or Bitspower?
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What makes this different from EK for example, is that this is not a true D5. True D5 pump, pumps out over 50% more liquid per hour. This is just a copy, which they somehow called D5, which it really isn't.
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Errr...50% less, might be worse than DDC. Why would anyone want this?
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Someone's math sucks, 1,500 L/H compared to the 900 L/H of this pump.
The DDC runs up to 1,000 L/H.
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