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RPS Pro Series V - High Volume Solar Pump Kits (Under 300ft)
RPS Pro Series V - High Volume Solar Pump Kits (Under 300ft)
RPS Pro Series V - High Volume Solar Pump Kits (Under 300ft)
RPS Pro Series V - High Volume Solar Pump Kits (Under 300ft)
RPS Pro Series V - High Volume Solar Pump Kits (Under 300ft)
RPS Pro Series V - High Volume Solar Pump Kits (Under 300ft)
RPS Pro Series V - High Volume Solar Pump Kits (Under 300ft)
RPS Pro Series V - High Volume Solar Pump Kits (Under 300ft)
RPS Pro Series V - High Volume Solar Pump Kits (Under 300ft)
RPS Pro Series V - High Volume Solar Pump Kits (Under 300ft)
RPS Pro Series V - High Volume Solar Pump Kits (Under 300ft)
RPS Pro Series V - High Volume Solar Pump Kits (Under 300ft)
RPS Pro Series V - High Volume Solar Pump Kits (Under 300ft)
RPS Pro Series V - High Volume Solar Pump Kits (Under 300ft)

RPS Pro Series V - High Volume Solar Pump Kits (Under 300ft)

RPS Solar Pumps - Pro Well

Regular price $4,599.00 $3,499.00 Sale

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Our Pro Series V pumps are designed for high volume, low head (under 300ft) applications. They can be self-installed or using a local installer. More than 300ft head? See Pro Series Mid or Pro Series D – Deep Solar Well Pumps

Our Pro Series D systems use hearty 3-Phase Motors and 3.9″ Pump Ends. Our controllers are the best in the world and allow customization and optimization based on sun and season. Easily switch between solar and another 220V backup power source when the sun isn't shining, like a generator or grid power, using the Pro Controller autoswitching feature. While the four systems outline below are our most popular sizes, we regularly help design systems with pumps up to 6″ and multiple 5 HP models for larger projects. More info on Larger Systems up to 200GPM here.

Find out more about all the ways you can use a submersible pump on our install diagram page. 




Systems Include:
- Brushless Submersible Motor (3 Phase 220v, 3.9” Diameter)
- 2.2 kW Rated Solar Controller (takes DC Voltage from Solar Panel array +Auto-Switch to run with 220v Grid or Generator when not enough solar)
- Large Float Switch for use as high water tank sensor
- Stainless Steel Pump End (sized to your well and water needs)
- Solar Array in Mono/Poly Aluminum-framed UL Solar Panels
- All connector cables from solar panels to controller
- Built In No-Slam Check Valve
- DC cut-off disconnect switch rated for your array, plug and play with MC4s
- Simplified Wiring Diagrams for easy hookup
- Phone & Email support before and during installation
- 2 Year Comprehensive Warranty


Solar panel mounting is a separate cost, we have easy-to-install DIY Scalable Ground Mounting and Adjustable Top-of-Pole options.  

Unlike our line of 3'' Submersible Pumps, like the RPS 200, 400, 800, the surface pump TPP or even our Gridless Sump Pump, the Pro Series is not compatible with batteries. 


Well Pump: 3.9" OD, 1.25" or 2" Outlet (depending on model) ~30lbs
Controller: 16” x 16” x 4”, ~22lbs

Solar Panels: 47”x 20”x 1.18”~15lbs (100W panels)

65"x 39"x1.38" ~ 40lbs (370W panels)

Pro500V: 8 x 100W 

Pro750V: 10 x 100W 

Pro1000V: 12 x 100W

Pro1500V: 6 x 370W 

Pro2000V: 8 x 370W 

Pro3000V: 10 x 370W

Pro Lakemaker XL 5 HP: 20 x 370W 






We feel it important to mention that our team is not on commission so expect our help, not pressure to purchase. Our job is to help get you water, not sell you something that isn't a good fit for you or your well. It's why thousands of American farms & ranches trust RPS. Note from RPS co-owner Mike

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Steve Masonek
One well, two pumps

Our application for the solar pump is a bit different than most. The solar pump was installed to maintain the water level in a lake. Prior to the solar pump, water was pumped into the lake from a 40 hp turbine pump located close to the lake. The well was already in service for irrigation with the turbine pump. We lifted the turbine pump up and lowered the 3 hp solar submersible down along the side of the 8" turbine pump discharge pipe. The well casing is 16", the turbine pipe is 8", and the submersible solar pump is 4". We moved the turbine pump off center about 2" to better accommodate the solar pump. Both pumps are able to work simultaneously. It is too early to tell if the solar pump will be adequate for maintaining the lake levels but it works great. The discharge nozzle breaks the water into meany sprays which helps oxygenate the water.

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Richard S.
Pro Install

Wonderful install!

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Kellen M.

We are up and running. It’s super dry here and our goal is to fill up a man made 1.5 acre pond that has been dry for 3 years. Super simple to set up and we are very happy with the product!

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Bud
Pro750V

Wife and I went over this morning, it was fifteen degrees below zero. We got ten inches of snow on the ground in Illinois. Day was out clear skies. We went on our morning with a cup of coffee and watched to pump water fifteen ft below. So, yeah, everything's working fine

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Kent M

Got everything up and running. Thanks for the help