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Single-Syringe Infusion Pump

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  • Accepts syringe sizes: 10uL - 50mL
  • Minimum Flow Rate: 0.1 uL/hr (10 uL syringe)
  • Maximum Flow Rate: 519 mL/hr (60 mL syringe)
  • 220-240 V, 50 Hz

Sturdy, reliable, and easy to use

Sturdy and reliable, extremely simple to set up and use - and surprisingly affordable. Liquid crystal displays (LCDs) prompt you through set­up: First, select syringe from table stored in the pump's memory and displayed on the LCD. Next, enter the volume to be dispensed. Finally, enter the flow rate, press "start." It's fast and simple. Your settings are permanently stored in memory - there's no need to re-enter them each day. SP pumps feature preset rate and volume control. Just set the volume you want dispensed. Volume is tracked continuously on the LCD display. Then, when the preset volume has been dispensed, the pump shuts off automatically. The easy-to-read digital display provides realtime readings using both parameters and values for clearer, mistake-free readings.


This inexpensive single-syringe infusion pump combines precision and simplicity with outstanding ease of use and durability. Its features include automatic volume control and shutoff, simple menu-driven setup: dispense volume, dispense flow rate, syringe diameter (selected from displayed table), Last settings stored in permanent memory, and continuous dispense volume display.


Mode Infusion
Syringe Size 10 µL to 60 mL (one)
Maximum Flow Rate (60 mL Syringe) 519 mL/hr
Minimum Flow Rate (10 µL Syringe) 0.1µL/hr
Linear Force 20 Ib (9 kg)
Advance Per Microstep 0.529 micron (1/2-step)
Maximum Step Rate (1/2-step) 400 steps/sec
Minimum Step Rate 1 step/30 sec
Accuracy < 1% error
Reproducibility ± 0.1%
Dimensions 9 x 6 x 5.5 in., 23 x 15 x 14 cm
Shipping Weight 7.5 Ib (3.4 kg)
Notes: Available 95-135 V or 220-240 V, 50/60 Hz



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