USED remains of a fancy linear Peristaltic pump. Motor is a NEMA 17, 6lead unipolar 6V/.8A/1.8Deg. Vexta PX245 series. Plastic Pump body is a: 12”foot” undulating unit missing the Hose & pump Cap assembly. DualSlot Photo sensor on rear pump shaft, L: 5-7/8" O/A W: 7/8"O/A H: 3-3/8” WT: 1.4
WARNING: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov (This item was manufactured prior to August 31st, 2018)
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Bought one of these to play with. I found the data sheet on the stepper and built a stepper controller for it. I also laser-cut a top plate for it which made the unit fully functional as a peristaltic pump. With a 3/16 ID tube in it, I was able to pump about 30 mL/min. Was not able to find any info on the opto-interrupter, so I just tossed that as I had no need for it.