VCMA-15ULS Automatic Condensate Pump w/ Safety Switch and 6' cord, 1/50 HP, 115V
Brand: Little Giant
Part#: 554405
Model: VCMA-15ULS
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Little Giant VCMA-15ULS (554405) 1/50HP Automatic Condensate Removal Pump includes Safety Switch that can be connected to shut down the air conditioner condenser or wired to an alarm to warn of possible tank overflow.
The Little Giant VCMA series features a vertical-type pumps with stainless steel motor shaft, 1/2 gallon ABS tank and removable 3/8" O.D. barbed check valve.
The Little Giant VCMA-15ULS Condensate Pump is suitable for high-efficiency gas furnace condensate.

Head (ft) Flow (GPH) Head (m) Flow (LPH)
1 65 0.3 246.1
5 50 1.5 189.3
9 30 2.7 113.6

  • Includes Safety switch
  • 1/50 HP high performance thermally protected motor
  • Stainless steel motor shaft
  • ABS tank, motor cover, and volute
  • 1/2 gallon leakproof, rustproof, ABS tank with mounting tabs
  • Removable 3/8" barbed check valve
  • 6' power cord
  • 3 inlet drain holes
  • UL / CSA listed
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Technical Specifications:
  • Model Number: VCMA-15ULS
  • Horsepower: 1/50HP
  • Tank: Medium
  • Flow: 65 GPH @ 1' of Head
  • Cord Length: 6'
  • Shut Off: 15'
  • Voltage: 115V
  • Hertz: 60Hz
  • Amps: 1A
  • Watts: 60W
  • Weight: 4.6 lbs
  • Height: 7"
  • Widht: 5"
  • Length: 11"
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2 years from the date of installation.
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Excellent price and outstanding service. As promised, product arrived next day. Very, very happy with the product and service. I will recommend your firm to anybody.
By Abraham V. (from Livingston, NJ) on 10/31/2013
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Love this pump...
Pump is quieter than my last no distracting noise when it turns on and off. Especially since my heating unit is located in the far no complaints
By Beth the handy girl... (from Worcester, MA) on 11/04/2011
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Exactly what I needed.
Needed to replace the pump that wasn't working. Was easy to do, and a lot cheaper to do it myself vs having the a/c guy do it.
By Matt in Atlanta (from Atlanta, GA) on 08/02/2011

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