Aladdin Single-Syringe infusion Pump, Hold Plastic Syringes up to 60ml
The best value on syringe pumps in the market!
- Rich command set
- RS-232 and TTL control
- AL-1000 Syringe Pump accepts plastic syringes up to 60mL and selected glass micro syringes from 0.5-500 µL; AL-3000 holds syringes up to 60 mL
- Infuse/Withdraw Pump (AL-1000) or Infuse only (AL-300)
- Displays total volume dispensed in mL or µL units
- Choose system: Standard AL-1000 (AL-1000), AL-1000 Pumps (AL-2000), or Infuse Only (AL-300)
|Part #||Description||# Pumps||High Pressure||Programmable||Infuse/Withdraw|
|AL-1000||Single Syringe Pump||1||No||Yes||Infuse/Withdraw|
|AL-2000||2 AL-1000 Syringe Pumps||2||No||Yes||Infuse/Withdraw|
|AL-300||Single Syringe Pump||1||No||No||Infuse Only|
- Automatic dispensing of small volumes
- Very precise, reproducible flow rate control
- Hands-free operation with foot switch
- Program sequences without a computer (AL-1000 series)
- Selectable infusion rate units (mL/hr, µL/hr, mL/min, µL/min)
- Drug administration
- Chemical applications with slow incorporation of fixed volumes of fluids
The Aladdin pump series arguably offers the best VALUE for any syringe pump on the market.
These pumps are available in single, dual, 4 , 6, and 8 syringe capacities. Although it is one of the most cost-effective pumps available, the Aladdin pump series boasts a versatility that is unmatched in its price range with features typically found only on pumps costing more than twice as much.
The Aladdin series provides the capability to both inject and withdraw. These pumps can be used for manually triggered injections, but also have the capability to be programmed in multi-step pumping sequences without the requirement for a computer. Even so, this series also has both RS-232 and TTL inputs for external control and status feedback to a computer, if desired. The pumps can be daisy chained for multi pump applications involving push/pull protocols or multiple independent channels. The performance characteristics are admirable, considering the price.
For the budget minded lab looking for a versatile and reliable pump, the Aladdin series is an excellent option.
The Aladdin pump series will accept syringes from Becton Dickinson, Monoject, Terumo and Air-Tite.
Dual Pumping Action: Daisy Chain AL-1000 Aladdins
Need a pump for two syringes? Two Aladdin pumps when daisy-chained are more efficient and affordable than any competitor's dual syringe models. Two AL-1000 Aladdins (AL-2000) will perform as a dual infusion/withdrawal pump, a double pump for infusing at different rates, a push/pull pump with one infusing and one withdrawing at the same or different rates, two independent pumps, or a master/slave pump. One Aladdin can even control the second for continuous pumping with optional check valve set. The Aladdin pump series will accept syringes from Becton Dickinson, Monoject, Terumo, and Air-Tite.
The AL-300 single syringe pump is an infuse only pump with no programmability. It offers just the features that you want, and none that you don't want to pay for. It pumps continuously until you stop the pump, and you may change the infusion rate during pumping. It remembers previous settings on power up. The power failure mode allows the pump to continue pumping after a reset. It also has a syringe purge mode.
Reciprocating pumping kit
•504288 Reciprocating Pump Kit, Medium
•504289 Reciprocating Pump Kit, Large
GN-PC7 PC to pump cable, 7'
GN-PC25 PC to pump cable, 25'
GN-NET7 Pump to pump network cable, 7'
GN-NET25 Pump to pump network cable, 25'
GN-TTL Pump to pump reciprocating cable
ADPT2 Foot switch
AL-DUALCBL AL-2000 Synchronization Cable
|SYRINGE SIZES||Plastic syringes up to 60mL; selected glass micro syringes from 0.5-500 uL||up to 60 mL|
|NUMBER OF SYRINGES||1|
|MOTOR TYPE||Step Motor, 1/8 to 1/2 step modes|
|STEPS PER REVOLUTIONS||400||400|
|STEPPING (max. min.)||0.21 µm to 0.850 µm||0.21 µm to 0.850 µm|
|MOTOR TO DRIVE SCREW RATIO||15/28|
|SPEED (max./min.)||5.1 cm/min / 0.0042 cm/hr||3.7742 cm/min. to 0.004205 cm/hr|
|PUMPING RATES||1699 mL/hr with 60mL syringe, 0.73 μL/hr with 1mL syringe||1257 mL/hr with 60 mL syringe, to 0.73 µL/hr with 1 mL syringe|
|MAXIMUM FORCE||35 lb. at minimum speed, 18 lb. at maximum speed||35 lb. at minimum speed, 18 lb. at maximum speed|
|NUMBER OF PROGRAM PHASES||41||n/a|
|RS-232 PUMP NETWORK||100 pumps maximum||n/a|
|POWER supply||Wall adapter 12 V DC @ 850 mA|
|DIMENSIONS||22.9 x 14.6 x 11.4 cm (8.75 x 5.75 x 4.5 in.)|
|WEIGHT||1.6 kg (3.6 lb.)|
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