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Dosing Pump with Magnetic Stirrers
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As I said in the title I decide to build a  4ch dosing pump with Magnetic Stirrers for Robotank.

The case is from MDF...


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I drill the holes

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and I painted black

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I add also LED indication lights

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the pumps are connected with utp...

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then I drill the case for the Magnetic Stirrers buttons

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I connect Rob's PCB with the motors and the buttons...

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and I place everything in my case...

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I stabilize the motors with shelves edges...

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and ready....

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Because the bottom of the bottles that I have found is not straight and the magnets are jumping and making a lot of noise I decide to build my own liquid container from polycarbonate in the dimensions of my case...


After that I am going to build a LED light for my Discus Tank...
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#2
Hi Aquadominus, that looks really good, now you just need the controller. Isn't it amazing how hard it is to find a decent bottle with a flat bottom, mine are noisy too because the middle has a peak, I actually put my bottles off centered which help. Good luck with your light, I'm sure it will turn out nice.
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#3
Thanks Rob the truth is that you helpe me a lot with the stirrers!!!! When I will finish the light I am going to procced with the controller...
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#4
Ah no problem, its nice to see it all together, feel free to post pictures of your light as well.  K05164
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#5
Absolutely!!!! Now I am in the stage to connect all the heatsinks to create a big one 140cm x 20cm and then to make M3 holes for all the LEDS
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