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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope Making > Classified #140831

For Sale: Bartel's Based Stepper Motor Drive Setup - SOLD

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Stepper controller board was purchased from Mel and was populated and soldered by me. It works great for me but the solder job probably wouldn't get a UL listing. I'm including the documentation that was sent with the board.

Board is enclosed in a box that has an on/off switch, cooling fan, power cord with cigarette lighter end w/ fuse. The LPT1 cord is designed to be plugged into a laptop that is sitting on top of the box.

Hand pad is attached with a 10' cord.

I'm including two serial cables that are about 6' feet. These connect the box to the motors.

The motors are 400 step (0.9/step) Vexta model PH268M-E1.5 motors. 5.4v 1.5a. I bought them from Herbach & Rademan p/n TM00MTR4437. They are wired for the box. Two of the four mounting holes where slightly enlarged.

I sell the above setup for $100 shipped in CONUS. I will ship elsewhere for an additional charge.

I also have another set of the same stepper motors that I haven't even opened. I'll sell this pair for $40 shipped in CONUS.

I'm designing a new scope that will have a different drive system so I'm selling this setup.

You can pay via PayPal, money order, or check. Items will be carefully packed.

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