Pump DC 3-12V Gear Mini Water Pump RS-360SH

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This Mini Pump is a reliable solution for various water-related needs, making it a perfect fit for aquariums, fish tanks, bonsai setups, rockeries, and even water cooling systems for laptops. Its portable and user-friendly design ensures that it can be used anywhere, allowing you to appreciate the serene beauty of water and enjoy more intimate fishing experiences with your loved ones.


Package Includes:

  • 1 x Mini Pump



  • Interchangeable Direction: The rotating direction of this pump can be easily changed, enabling you to switch the inlet and outlet as needed.
  • Wide Voltage Range: With an input voltage ranging from 3V to 12V DC, this pump provides flexibility in power sources. It is recommended to use a 5V 2A power supply, such as a battery holder or a computer USB, for long-duration operations.
  • High-Quality Motor: The pump is equipped with a high-quality RS-360SH motor, ensuring reliable and efficient performance. It can achieve a maximum lift head of up to 1.5 meters.



  • Rated Voltage: 3V to 12V DC
  • Motor Diameter: 27mm (1.06 inches)
  • Pump Head Diameter: 44mm (1.73 inches)
  • Length: 60mm (2.36 inches)
  • Inlet/Outlet Diameter: 4mm (0.15 inches)
  • Max. Lift Head: 1.5 meters (4.9 feet)



  1. Avoid connecting the water pump to voltages exceeding 7.5V for extended periods.
  2. Do not use single dry cell batteries, mobile phone chargers, or other chargers as power supplies.
  3. Ensure that the actual current is less than 1.5A or the voltage is not higher than 12V; otherwise, the pump may not operate correctly or could be damaged.
  4. This self-priming water pump is not designed for submersion; it cannot be placed in water.
  5. Do not run the pump without water for an extended duration.
  6. Ensure that the water being pumped is clean and free of impurities.
  7. In case of pump blockage, open the front cover and clean the pump.
  8. The input voltage range is from 3V to 12V DC, with the terminal marked with a red dot serving as the positive electrode.