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EXIGO-PC-FSx.x-NF

EXIGO-PC-FSx.x-NF

1 x pump; LabView for PC; 1 x tubing kit; power supply and cables; 1 x flow sensor for active feedback


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Overview

ExiGo ExiGo iPad-mini ExiGo Pump

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Features:

  • Precise pulse-free flow control with active feedback via flow sensor: 10nL/min - 1mL/min (250uL glass syringe); 100nL/min - 20mL/min (5mL plastic syringe)
  • Flow rate:  0.0725pL/min - 20mL/min
  • Standard syringes:  0.5µL - 1µL (glass) and 1mL - 5mL (plastic).
  • Wash mode or programmable perfusion mode (constant, ramp, step, sine) with reversible flow direction.
  • Dynamic response:  50ms max (recorded at flow rate change from 0 to 10,000 nL/min).
  • Excellent long-term flow stability.
  • EXIGO-IPAD-FSx.x-NF includes iPad mini which can control/program up to 4 pump modules independently. PC control software also available (LabView and API functions).
  • Wi-Fi and USB communication.
  • Use standard tubing for connection to any microfluidic biochip.

Applications:  Microfluidics and nanofluidics, droplet generation and manipulation, pulse-free flow, laminar and multilaminar flow studies, precise multichannel mixing, cell-based shear flow studies, cell and particle manipulation studies.

Specifications

Volumetric Flow Rates 0.0725 pL/minute - 20 mL/minute
Microsteps per one revolution of lead screw 250,000
Step resolution 0.008μm
Pulse-free flow rate for microfluidic applications* 10nL/min - 1mL/min ± 20nL/min @ 250uL glass syringe
100nL/min - 20mL/min ± 40nL/min @ 5mL plastic syringe  
Flow rate stability for microfluidic applications* ± 0.25% of Full Scale @ 250μL syringe and 8,000nL/min ExiGo Flow Sensor
Dynamic Response 50ms max (recorded at flow rate change from 0 to 10,000nL/min)
Compatible Syringes  0.5μL - 1μL (glass syringes) 1mL - 5mL (plastic syringes)
Working Pressure 30 psi - 2 bars maximum
External Trigger 2 inputs and 2 outputs of external trigger for operation with external units and software
Flow control Reversible flow direction - Push/Pull
Programmable perfusion mode:  constant, ramp, step, sine  
Additional features Easy to use iPad mini control
Control/program up to 4 pumps independently
Wi-fi communication
Standard tubing for connection to any microfluidic biochip
Software Control  iPad mini ExiGo App
Dimensions 225mm (W) x 69mm (D) x 122mm (H)
Weight  ~ 1.3kg
*Measured with ExiGo Flow Sensor and active PID feedback  
Specifications of ExiGo Flow Sensor
Operation Plug and play connection to the ExiGo Microfluidic Pump 
Features Allows monitoring of ExiGo pump flow rate and active PID (proportional, integral, differential) feedback of pump flow rate 
Dead volume < 10 μL
Measured flow rate ranges ± 1,500 nL/min or ± 8,000 nL/min or ± 50,000 nL/min depending on model installed
Max pressure 30 psi - 2 bars maximum
Dimensions 60mm (L) x 51mm (W) x 21mm (H)
Weight < 0.1kg 

 

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Citations

Calmer, S., Ferkau, A., & Larmann, J. (2013). Desmopressin (DDAVP) improves recruitment of activated platelets to collagen but simultaneously increases platelet endothelial interactions in vitro. …. Retrieved from https://informahealthcare.com/doi/abs/10.3109/09537104.2013.767442

Durazzo, T., Tigelaar, R., & Filler, R. (2013). Induction of monocyte-to-dendritic cell maturation by extracorporeal photochemotherapy: Initiation via direct platelet signaling. …  and Apheresis Science. Retrieved from https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1473050213003571

Ferkau, A., Ecklebe, S., & Jahn, K. (2013). A dynamic flow chamber-based adhesion assay to assess canine platelet–matrix interactions in vitro. Veterinary Clinical  …. Retrieved from https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/vcp.12035/full

Ferkau, A., & Gillmann, H. (2013). Infection-associated platelet dysfunction of canine platelets detected in a flow chamber model. BMC veterinary  …. Retrieved from https://www.biomedcentral.com/1746-6148/9/112/

Kashanin, D., & Shvets, I. (2013). BIOCHIP ASSEMBLY AND ASSAY METHOD THEREOF. US Patent  …. Retrieved from https://www.freepatentsonline.com/y2013/0040334.html

Moraes, L., & Vaiyapuri, S. (2013). Antithrombotic actions of statins involve PECAM-1 signaling. …. Retrieved from https://bloodjournal.hematologylibrary.org/content/122/18/3188.short

Saleki, M., Colgin, N., Kirby, J., Cobb, S., & Ali, S. (2013). Evaluation of two cyclic di-peptides as inhibitors of CCL2 induced chemotaxis. Med. Chem. Commun. Retrieved from https://pubs.rsc.org/en/content/articlelanding/2012/md/c3md00043e

Zhi, H., Rauova, L., & Hayes, V. (2013). Cooperative integrin/ITAM signaling in platelets enhances thrombus formation in vitro and in vivo. …. Retrieved from https://bloodjournal.hematologylibrary.org/content/121/10/1858.short

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