Two-Syringe Infusion Pump

$3,436.00
Order code
VAR-3434

Syringe pumps for high me­ter­ing precision at low, pulse-free rates

  • Sturdy and reliable
  • Ex­treme­ly sim­ple to set up and use
  • Sur­pris­ing­ly af­ford­able
  • Accepts syringe sizes: 10uL - 140mL (two)
  • Minimum Flow Rate: 0.001 uL/hr
  • Maximum Flow Rate: 145 mL/min (140 mL syringe)

Options

Order code Line Voltage
SP200i 95-135V, 50Hz
SP200iZ 220-240V, 60Hz

Benefits

  • Automatic dispensing of small volumes
  • Very precise flow rate control
  • Hands-free operation with foot pedal
  • Better flow performance with accuracy ±0.35%

Applications

  • Drug administration
  • Chemical applications with slow incorporation of fixed volumes of fluids

This feature-laden two-syringe infusion pump combines a broad speed range and holds a wide range of syringe sizes to meet the requirements of virtually any laboratory application.

  • Holds two syringes, 10 to 140 mL
  • Backlit LCD display, knob locks/unlocks drive block for effortless, drag-free adjustment
  • Simple menu-driven setup: Syringe diameter (selected from displayed table), Dispense volume, Dispense flow rate
  • Continuous dispense volume display
  • Preset volume control and automatic shutoff
  • Settings can be reviewed or changed during operation
  • Optical encoder stall detection
  • Choice of unit selection
  • Last settings stored in permanent memory
  • Built-in RS-232C interface for computer linking or "daisy chaining" up to 100 pumps
  • TTL interface for foot switch, timer, relay control
  • Outputs for run indicator
  • Valve control
Mode Infusion
Syringe Size 10 µL to 140 mL (two)
Maximum Flow Rate (140 mL syringe) 145 mL/min
Minimum Flow Rate 0.001 µL/hr
Linear Force 40 lb. (18 kg)
Advance Per Microstep 0.165 micron
Maximum Step Rate 1600 steps/sec
Minimum Step Rate 1 step/100 sec
Accuracy < 1% error
Reproducibility ± 0.1%
Dimensions 11 x 9 x 5.5 in., 28 x 23 x 14 cm
Shipping Weight 12 lb. (5.4 kg)
Notes: Available 95-135 V or 220-240 V, 50/60 Hz

U. Kraushaar, K.H. Backus "Characterization of GABAA and glycine receptors in neurons of the developing rat inferior colliculus" Pflügers Archiv European J of Physiology 445. 2004: 279-288

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