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SP200iZ

SP200iZ

Two-Syringe Infusion Pump


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Overview

SP200iZ

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  • Accepts syringe sizes: 10uL - 140mL (two)
  • Minimum Flow Rate: 0.001 uL/hr (10µl syringe)
  • Maximum Flow Rate: 145 mL/min (140 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. The SP200 Series pumps offer TTL and RS-232C interfaces and automatic shutoff under stall conditions.

Features

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. Features include: 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, and TTL interface for foot switch, timer, relay control; outputs for run indicator, valve control.

Specifications

Mode Infusion
Syringe Size 10µL to 140mL (two)
Maximum Flow Rate (140 mL syringe 145 mL/min
Minimum Flow Rate 0.001µL/hr
Linear Force 40 Ib (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 Ib (5.4 kg)
Notes: Available 95-135 V or 220-240 V, 50/60 Hz

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Citations

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Chiew, K., & Braver, T. (2016). Reward favors the prepared: Incentive and task-informative cues interact to enhance attentional control. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human  …. Retrieved from https://psycnet.apa.org/journals/xhp/42/1/52/

Folbergrová, J., & Ješina, P. (2013). Antioxidant enzymes in cerebral cortex of immature rats following experimentally-induced seizures: upregulation of mitochondrial MnSOD (SOD2). International Journal of  …. Retrieved from https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0736574812006028

Folbergrová, J., Otáhal, J., & Druga, R. (2012). Brain superoxide anion formation in immature rats during seizures: protection by selected compounds. Experimental Neurology. Retrieved from https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0014488611004134

Ouyang, Z., & Chen, T. (2015). Systems and methods for analyzing a sample. US Patent 9,129,786. Retrieved from https://www.google.com/patents/US9129786

Vu, H., Quinn, R., & Nguyen, N. (2015). Bioaffinity Mass Spectrometry Screening using Droplet-Based Microfluidics. Micro and Nanosystems. Retrieved from https://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/ben/mns/2015/00000007/00000002/art00005

Zhang, Z., Lyon, T., & Kadow, B. (2016). Conduction Block of Mammalian Myelinated Nerve by Local Cooling to 15-30° C after a Brief Heating. Journal of  …. Retrieved from https://jn.physiology.org/content/early/2016/01/04/jn.00954.2015.abstract

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