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    Polario | It arrives!

    Remember the hype a couple years back? There were the expected release dates which were pushed back and then back some more…? Yeah we kind of forgot about it too. We even saw photos from InterZoo, but didn’t think much of it Well, the myth that is the Polario can be put to rest. It […]

    Remember the hype a couple years back? There were the expected release dates which were pushed back and then back some more…? Yeah we kind of forgot about it too. We even saw photos from InterZoo, but didn’t think much of it

    Well, the myth that is the Polario can be put to rest. It works, and Dave B has one of the 20 that came in, in his possession to test. To clarify, Dave is just a hobbyists testing the unit and does not sell them. Stay Tuned for Updates!

    Polario08a

    Polario08b

    Polario08d 

    Here’s an older demo unit, showing how the Polario can be hard plumbed for a closed loop like set up. Note the Rio Mini Sun moonlight that can be connected to the Polario controller.

    Polario Hard Plumed 

    For those of you who are unaware or a bit hazy on the Polario, here at the stat’s straight from TAAM. They will be available in 50w and 80w models pushing 3,500gph and 5,500gph respectively. Originally 3 models were planned, but TAAM does not have a third listed.

    • Energy Efficient, High Flow Low Voltage Water Pump
    • Bi-Directional Outputs to Simulate Natural Wave and Current Actions of the Ocean
    • Variable Time and Output Settings
    • Flow Rates Up to 5500GPH/22000LPH. (On Selected Models)
    • Single or Dual Outputs
    • Preset Feeding Settings at 8 min. and 16 min.
    • Magnet Mount Included to Secure Pump
    • Pre-Programmed in All Settings to Gradually Increase Flow
    • In “Auto” Mode, Pump Initially Alternates 15 sec. Left and Right
    • The Alternating Water Currents Can Be Set to Switch Every 15 sec. to 30 min.
    • Mini Sun Moon Light Adapter Included
    • 16 Volt UL Listed Transformer Included
    • Instruction Manual PDF

    3 Comments

    1. Bill
      June 29, 2008 at 5:55 PM | Permalink

      Wow, dual outputs. The wave action should be pretty good.

    2. DHarp
      June 30, 2008 at 1:24 PM | Permalink

      “the myth that is the Polario can be put to rest.”

      LOL, I thought TAAM had given up on this project.

    3. jeffry r. johnston
      July 1, 2008 at 3:07 PM | Permalink

      I’m staying tuned for updates 😉

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