Flotec 3/4 HP CI/SS with Electronic Switch Sump-FPSC5000A at The Home Depot


Model # FPSC5000A

Internet # 203196314

3/4 HP CI/SS with Electronic Switch Sump

Flotec 3/4 HP CI/SS with Electronic Switch Sump

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$249.00 / each


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Model # FPSC5000A

Internet # 203196314

This Flotec 3/4 HP cast iron/stainless steel submersible sump pump has an innovative z-cross electronic switch. Powerful performance high efficiently PSC technology saves operating costs. Electronic float switch operates in small 10 inch or lager basin. Pumps to 5150 GPH at 0 feet and 4100 GPH at 10 feet.

  • 3/4 HP cast iron/stainless steel corrosion resistant design
  • Electronic float switch operates in 10 inch or larger basin
  • Pumps to 5150 GPH at 0 feet and 4100 GPH at 10 feet
  • 5 year warranty

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Amperage (amps)  15  Assembled Depth (in.)  12.375 in 
Assembled Height (in.)  15.5 in  Assembled Width (in.)  10.375 in 
Battery Back-Up  No  Cord Length (ft.)  10 
Discharge Flow @ 0 ft. (gallons/hour)  5150  Discharge Flow @ 10 ft. (gallons/hour)  4100 
Discharge Flow @ 15 ft. (gallons/hour)  3500  Horsepower (hp)  3/4 hp 
Housing Material  Cast-Iron  Manufacturer Warranty  5 years 
Maximum Pumping Height (ft.)  32  Maximum Working Temperature (F)  77 
Minimum working temperature (F)  32  Power Type Required  AC 
Product Depth (in.)  12.375  Product Weight (lb.)  24 lb 
Pump Switch Type  Electronic  Returnable  90-Day 
Self-Priming  Yes  Submersible  Yes 
Sump Pump Outlet Diameter Type  1-1/2 FPT  Switch-Off Height (in.) 
Switch-On Height (in.)  6.5  Voltage (volts)  115 


Rated 4 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great Pumping power but need to keep the sensor probe sclean The pump had been working great for little bit over a year. Then one day i started hearing "Water Level High" Alarm and the pump never shut off until i unplug the power cord. This model uses an electronic sensor (as opposed to moving float sensor which moves up/down). The sensor is screwed to the top of the pump with a single philips screw. I unscrewed the sensor and noticed calcium deposit on the sensing probe. I removed the calcium deposit using a sand paper, attached the probe back and the pump started working normally. I have seen reviews where people complain that the Sensor Switch goes bad after few months and they end up either replacing the entire Sump Pump Or just the Sensor Switch. Even if you replace the Sensor switch you will still run into same situation of calcium deposits. Like i said, just clean the Sensor probe atleast once a year. My suggestion is to have a battery backup installed no matter which sump pump you use as a primary pump. Nowadays manufacturers are trying to save money so nothing lasts long time as it used to be 10 or 20 years ago. January 27, 2014
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