CMA Microdialysis Model 402

CMA Microdialysis Model 402

The CMA 402 Syringe Pump is a compact, flexible, dual syringe pump designed for low pulse-free flow rates suitable for microdialysis experiments and other low flow experiments. Start/Stop and flow rate can be set individually for each syringe.

The pump is precalibrated for 1, 2.5 or 5 mL syringes with flow rates between 0.1 µL/min and 20 µL/min. The flow rates are shown on the LED displays. The CMA 402 Microdialysis Pump is even more flexible when controlled by a computer through the RS-232 interface. For instance, a preset volume can easily be set. A flush feature fills the system at a flow rate of 25 µL/min. The CMA 402 is available in two different versions, one of which includes accessories such as vial holders and probe clips, allowing easier handling of the microdialysis probe.

Please follow this link for microdialysis probes and guides.

 

Item# Description U.S. List Price Quantity
CMA8003100 CMA 402 Microdialysis Syringe Pump with Accessory Kit
CMA8003110 CMA 402 Microdialysis Syringe Pump
CMA8002773 USB Cable, Type A-B
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•Dual syringes independently controlled
•Flow rates from 0.1- 20 µL/min
•Independent flow directions to infuse or withdraw
•Microdialysis CAD software included

 

The CMA 402 Syringe Pump is a compact, flexible, dual syringe pump designed for low pulse-free flow rates suitable for microdialysis experiments and other low flow experiments. Start/Stop and flow rate can be set individually for each syringe. The pump is precalibrated for 1, 2.5 or 5 mL syringes with flow rates between 0.1 µL/min and 20 µL/min. The flow rates are shown on the LED displays. The CMA 402 Microdialysis Pump is even more flexible when controlled by a computer through the RS-232 interface. For instance, a preset volume can easily be set. A flush feature fills the system at a flow rate of 25 µL/min. The CMA 402 is available in two different versions, one of which includes accessories such as vial holders and probe clips, allowing easier handling of the microdialysis probe.
Please follow this link for microdialysis probes and guides.

 

SpecificationsCMA8003100CMA8003110
Accuracy±1.5%±1.5%
CalibrationPrecalibratedPrecalibrated
CertificationsCECE
Computer connectionRS232 and USBRS232 and USB
Dimensions207 x 135 x 48 mm (W x D x H)207 x 135 x 48 mm (W x D x H)
Display2-digit LED display showing flow rate or syringe size2-digit LED display showing flow rate or syringe size
External connectionsVariableVariable
Fast FeedApprox.20 µL/min (with 1 mL syringe)Approx.20 µL/min (with 1 mL syringe)
Flow rate range0.1 µL/min - 20 µL/min0.1 µL/min - 20 µL/min
MotorHigh resolution step motor systemHigh resolution step motor system
Motor Drive Control--
Number of syringes2, Indep. Control2, Indep. Control
Piston carriage speed2.4 µm/min-1.2 mm/min2.4 µm/min-1.2 mm/min
Power consumption10 W max10 W max
Speed variation±1.5%±1.5%
Syringe sizes1, 2.5 and 5 mL, piston stroke 60 mm1, 2.5 and 5 mL, piston stroke 60 mm
Voltage100-240 VAC 50-60 Hz, output 12 VDC (adapter included)100-240 VAC 50-60 Hz, output 12 VDC (adapter included)
Weightapprox. 1.4 kgapprox. 1.4 kg
Working temperature10-35°C10-35°C

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