Multichannel Design Provides Ultra-Smooth, Low-Pulse Flow Rates • Easy to integrate into your existing system - control through a digital keypad or remotely through another device • Accommodates ...read more
Multichannel Design Provides Ultra-Smooth, Low-Pulse Flow Rates • Easy to integrate into your existing system - control through a digital keypad or remotely through another device • Accommodates a wide range of ﬂow rates: choose from four interchangeable standard pump heads with one, two, four or eight channels for ﬂow rates from 0.3 µL/min-30 mL/min, or from two high-ﬂow pump heads with two or four channels for ﬂow rates between 1-220 mL/min • Driven by multiple stainless steel rollers to produce smoother, low-pulse ﬂows • Offers enhanced reliability and ease of operation; the pump’s speed stability is maintained independent of normal temperature variations from 0-40°C
Technical Specifications: Flow Rate: 0.3 µL/min to 30 mL/min (72 psi/5 bar/0.5 MPa max) Pump Head: 1,2,4 or 8 channel heads with 10 stainless steel rollers per head Head Speed Continuous adjustment from 0 to 48 rpm by 0.01 rpm increments up to 9.99 rpm and by 0.1 increments above 10 rpm Peristaltic Tubing Diameter: 0.25 to 4 mm (i.d.) Tubing materials PVC for most applications, Viton for chemical inertness, silicone for biocompatibility, and Pharmed(r) for FDA and USP class 4. Motor Speed Stability 0.5% for any variation of line voltage, torque or temperature Input/Output Options Contact Closure: Two TTL-compatible inputs for control of start/stop and direction of flow Voltage Input: One 5 V analog signal for variable control of motor speed Serial: Serial Input/Output Channel (GSIOC), an RS-422A interface Keypad functions Start, stop, direction of flow, increase and decrease flow, prime. Dimensions (w x h x d) 15 x 18 x 17.5 cm (5.0 x 7.1 x 6.9 in) Weight 4 kg (9 lbs) Mains voltage 110-220V Inflow Reference Tubing: PVC, ID 0.76 mm (black/black) Outflow Reference Tubing: PVC, ID 1.02 mm (white/white)
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