Kamoer X1 PRO T Stepper Pump

$164.99

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Variable Flow Rate >70mL/ minute, Always!

The Kamoer X1 PRO T Stepper Pump can be described as a single channel micropump with a reliable stepper motor, which the mobile application can control remotely. Perfect for calcium reactors denitrators, water changes that are gradual or any other liquid that needs to be transferred into your aquarium on a continuous basis. The KamoerX1PRO-T is silent and compact, but its most notable characteristic is the ability to alter the flow rate when it's running. The flow can be adjusted from 1mL/min up to 70mL/min dependent on the needs of your project. The X1 Pro T is the highest-quality, noncorrosive plastic geared pump, that won't slide or rust. Additionally Kamoer X1 PRO T Stepper Pump is exceptionally durable and comes with threaded connectors that ensure there is no leakage when joining dose lines.

Its X1PRO T features

  • Highly Precision Stepper Motor
  • For continuous duty, it is recommended.
  • Easy to calibrate
  • Ideal for precise dosing
  • The Best Choice for Calcium Reactors
  • Variable Flow Rate
  • Replaceable PharMed Tubing
  • WiFi programmable using a free download App

You can use it as an titration pump, or as a Calcium Reactor Pump!

It is able to flexibly and precisely include various elements required by marine organisms to ensure the balance of their biological systems as the pumpaEUR pumpaEUR"trace elements like calcium magnesium, calcium KH lifting agent trace elements and much more. Furthermore it functions as an calcium reactor pump it will ensure a steady flow of calcium through the reactor.
Note:A Requires WiFi capable mobile device to operate.

It is X1PRO T Doser Specifications

Dosing Channel: A 1 KFS pump head Flow Rate: A >70mL/min A Lifetime of the PharMed Tubing A 2000 Hours Size of the Pump Tubing: A 1/8in ID Dosing Times : 24 times/day-1 time/99days Dose Accuracy: A <+/-2 percent Volume Variation: A 0.1ml-9999ml Dimensions (LxWxH): A 100 x 92x 63 The Power Adapter Input: A 100-240VAC Power Adapter Output DC12 2A Maximum Head Pressure A 32ft

Inside the Box:

  • X1 Pro T Dosing Pump
  • Power Adapter
  • 2X tubing adapter (1/8in) 10mL of plastic Measuring Cylinder
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Weight
1.5 lbs
Dimensions
8 × 7 × 4.5 in

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