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AL-1000

AL-1000

Aladdin SyringeONE Programmable Syringe Pump



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Overview

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Al-1000 Aladdin Pump Instruction Manual
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  • Automatic dispensing of small volumes

  • Very precise, reproducible flow rate control

  • Displays total volume dispensed in mL or µL units

  • Selectable infusion/withdrawal rate units (mL/hr, µL/hr, mL/min, µL/min)

  • Infusion rate can be changed while pumping

  • Program pump via keypad or from a computer

  • Highly controllable – program sequences without a computer (holds up to 41 programming phases)

  • Network, control, and monitor up to 100 pumps with one computer

  • Hands-free operation with optional foot switch ADPT2

  • Motor stall detection

Channels 1
Type Infusion / Withdrawal
Flow Range 0.001 µL/hr (0.5 mL syringe) to 3470 mL/hr (140 mL syringe)
Dispensing Accuracy ±1%
Syringe Sizes Accepted 0.5 µL to 60 mL or 140 mL partially filled
Linear Force 35 lb at low speed; 18 lb at maximum speed

 

To meet the demands of a busy lab Aladdin Pumps offer exceptional value providing versatility and reliability for accurately dispensing media down into the nanoliter range.

The Aladdin AL-1000 is a programmable single channel infusion / withdrawal syringe pump. It has a metal casing to provide stability, ensuring less vibration is transferred to the syringes. Setup is easy using the pumps keypad or via a computer with optional PC to pump cable (GN-PC7 or GN-PC25).

The Aladdin AL-1000 can run complex programs with up to 41 pumping phases can be set to change pumping rates; set dispensing volumes; insert pauses; control and respond to external signals; sound the buzzer. (For Linear/Gradient programs use AL-1000X)

Example flow rates

Syringe Size Maximum Rate Minimum Rate
0.5 µL 25.49 µL/hr 0.001 µL/hr
1 mL 52.86 mL/hr 0.727 µL/hr
3 mL 223.8 mL/hr 3.076 µL/hr
5 mL 372.5 mL/hr 5.119 µL/hr
10 mL 607.6 mL/hr 8.349 µL/hr
20 mL 966.2 mL/hr 13.28 µL/hr
30 mL 1260 mL/hr 17.32 µL/hr
60 mL 2120 mL/hr 29.1 µL/hr
140 mL 3470 mL/hr 47.7 µL/hr

 

Dual pumping action

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 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.

Specifications

SYRINGE SIZES up to 60 mL (140 mL partially filled)
NUMBER OF SYRINGES 1
MOTOR TYPE Step Motor, 1/8 to 1/2 step modes
STEPS PER REVOLUTIONS 400
STEPPING (max. min.) 0.21µm to 0.850µm
MOTOR TO DRIVE SCREW RATIO 15/28
SPEED(max./min.) 5.1005 cm/min / 0.004205 cm/hr
PUMPING RATES 1699 mL/hr with 60mL syringe, to 0.73µL/hr with 1mL syringe
MAXIMUM FORCE 35 lb at min. speed, 18 lb at max. speed
NUMBER OF PROGRAM PHASES 41
RS-232 PUMP NETWORK 100 pumps maximum
POWER SUPPLY Wall adapter 12V DC @ 1000mA
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)

 
 

Accessories


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GN-NET7

GN-NET7

Pump-to-pump Network Cable, 7 ft for Aladdin series pumps

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GN-NET25

GN-NET25

Pump-to-pump Network Cable, 25 ft for Aladdin series pumps

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GN-PC25

GN-PC25

PC to pump cable, 25 ft for Aladdin series pumps

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ADPT2

ADPT2

Footswitch for Aladdin programmable syringe pumps

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GN-PC7

GN-PC7

PC to pump cable, 7 ft for Aladdin series pumps

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Citations

Birngruber, T., & Ghosh, A. (2013). Cerebral open flow microperfusion: A new in vivo technique for continuous measurement of substance transport across the intact blood–brain barrier. Clinical and  …. Retrieved from https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/1440-1681.12174/full

Ferreira, D., Reis, R., & Azevedo, H. (2013). Peptide-based microcapsules obtained by self-assembly and microfluidics as controlled environments for cell culture. Soft Matter. Retrieved from https://pubs.rsc.org/EN/content/articlehtml/2013/sm/c3sm51189h

Herricks, T., Avril, M., Janes, J., Smith, J., & Rathod, P. (2013). Clonal Variants of Plasmodium falciparum Exhibit a Narrow Range of Rolling Velocities to Host Receptor CD36 under Dynamic Flow Conditions. Eukaryotic cell. Retrieved from https://ec.asm.org/content/12/11/1490.short

Maya, H., Vincent, M., & Nötzli, S. (2013). Increased porosity of electrospun hybrid scaffolds improved bladder tissue regeneration. …  Research Part A. Retrieved from https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/jbm.a.34889/full

Tõnurist, K., Thomberg, T., & Jänes, A. (2013). Polymorphic Behavior and Morphology of Electrospun Poly (Vinylidene Fluoride) Separator Materials for Non-Aqueous Electrolyte Based Electric Double Layer. ECS  …. Retrieved from https://ecst.ecsdl.org/content/50/45/49.short

Tõnurist, K., Thomberg, T., Jänes, A., & Lust, E. (2013). Specific Performance of Electrical Double–Layer Capacitors Based on Different Separator Materials and Non–Aqueous Electrolytes. ECS Transactions. Retrieved from https://ecst.ecsdl.org/content/50/43/181.short

Zander, N., & Orlicki, J. (2013). Electrospun polycaprolactone scaffolds with tailored porosity using two approaches for enhanced cellular infiltration. Journal of Materials  …. Retrieved from https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10856-012-4771-7

Zhang, J., Jiang, D., & Peng, H. (2014). A pressurized filtration technique for fabricating carbon nanotube buckypaper: Structure, mechanical and conductive properties. Microporous and Mesoporous Materials. Retrieved from https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1387181113005192

Zhang, J., Jiang, D., Peng, H., & Qin, F. (2013). Enhanced mechanical and electrical properties of carbon nanotube buckypaper by in situ cross-linking. Carbon. Retrieved from https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S000862231300568X

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