New evoFeed Automatic from Evolution Aqua

Published on November 4, 2019

The evoFeed Automatic is suitable for medium and large ponds. The unit can be programmed to dispense food into the pond at timed intervals throughout the day and the distance the food is propelled, and the amount of time it is dispensed for, are also adjustable. evoFeed can propel the food up to 10 feet dispersing food evenly across the surface of the water.

Weatherproof, evoFeed Automatic can be mounted pond side, and is powered via its own built-in, rechargeable battery.

The rechargeable lithium battery only needs an overnight charge indoors, to then operate for at least 3 months powered by its own battery, depending on the timer setting. An adapter for charging is included, and the feeder will work as normal when the adapter is plugged in.

evoFeed Automatic is specially designed with a strong motor and extra bottom ventilation over the impeller to prevent the food from clogging.

Amount of food
You can set the timer up to 6 times a day, and for up to 19 seconds each time. As a reference, for normal 6mm Koi pellets, about a handful equals 3-5 seconds.

Key features
PROGRAMMABLE – Feed up to six times per day
ADJUSTABLE – Set distance and duration DIGITAL – Clear, accurate display
BATTERY POWERED – Up to 3 months off one charge
MANUAL FEED BUTTON

For more information contact Evolution Aqua USA, Inc.

888/417-5837

www.evolutionaquausa.com

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