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Vectra S2

Vectra S2

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Technical specifications

Vectra S2 

Flow: 5,530 lph 
Head: 3.5m 
Watt: 55W 
Overall dimensions: 98.4x165.4 mm
Fittings: Input: 1 in. (25 mm) Output: .75 in (19mm)

General Specifications


The QuietDrive technology, used in the VorTechs, is also available for the heart of your aquarium: the return pump. 

  • Communicates with compatible QD and EcoSmart devices.
  • Motor with noise minimization technology.
  • Maximum operational efficiency.
Battery Backup 

In a non-moving aquarium, fish and corals begin to die in 4-10 hours. Battery Backup is the insurance of your barrier tank in an aluminum casing. With it, your bathtub is safe from power outages, so we help you protect your investment. 


Your Vectra pump is a feature-rich, web-enabled device, with all the innovations you expect from an EcoTech Marine product. From the very first moment you can check your Vectra using the QuietDrive driver. You can activate your settings, choose a mode, activate feed mode directly using the knobs or buttons on the driver. The Vectra gives its maximum when connected to EcoSmart Live through Reeflink. Using ESL, Vectra can be set on the basis of daily programs that guarantee you additional flexibility. ESL allows you to synchronize Vectra to your VorTechs, to optimize the way nutrients are transported.


Traditional AC pumps, when used as return pumps, control the flow through a throttle valve. This method is certainly inefficient for two reasons.

  • AC pumps often need to be over powered to give you the flexibility of use you need.
  • By giving an artificial impedance to the flow, power is wasted. Vectra pumps always work at maximum efficiency because it is not necessary to use a flow restriction valve to obtain the desired flow.
Active feedback 

Used in conjunction with Reeflink, your Vectra pump can send alerts about its operation and status to your computer or smart phone. The return pump is the heart of your aquarium, the sooner you become aware of unexpected problems, the more likely you are to become a successful aquarist. 

The flexibility of Vectra
  Ascent or movement pump in closed systems 

Vectra pumps have a sealed magnetic drive motor suitable for both internal and external operation. both internal and external functioning. They can be used both as return pumps and as movement pumps for a closed system. The flexibility of the Vectra will meet your needs for any setup you want to create. 

  • Two different operating configurations
  • As a return pump it has a calibration and a locking system
  • As a movement pump for closed systems it can operate in random or pulsing. 

Rising pump mode 

Constant Speed Mode 

This is Vectra's default mode, in this way the pump produces a flow at a constant speed, determined by the position of the control knob. 

Feed Mode 

By touching a button, the Vectra pump will pause the current mode and turn to idle, allowing you to administer food without being sucked into the overflow or filtration. 

Speed Lock 

Speed Lock gives you the ability to lock the desired pump speed by deactivating the control knob and protecting you from accidental and unwanted speed changes. 

ESL via Mobile Device 

All Vectra pumps are Reeflink compatible. Reeflink allows you to have completely wireless access to the world of EcoSmart Live, the command center of Ectech Marine accessible via the Web. 

Battery Backup Mode 

A storm, a breakdown, a lightning bolt. The unexpected happens. Power goes out ... Vectra pumps are EcoTech compatible Battery Backup. 

Movement pump in closed systems 

Lagoonal Random

Random Mode simulates a “low energy” lagoon environment. The speed of the pump varies slowly, to recreate the delicate currents of a lagoon. 

Reef Crest Random 

Reef Crest Random mode simulates a high energy reef environment. The pump will change speed frequently and drastically to simulate breaking waves and rough tides. This is the preferred environment for SPSs. 


Gyre mode creates a flow pattern characterized by uniform, hourly and counterclockwise flows, pulsing at selected intervals ranging from two seconds to two hours. 

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