Harvard Peristaltic Pump P-70

Harvard Peristaltic Pump P-70

The Harvard Peristaltic Pump series offers unparalleled accuracy, reproducibility, and ease of use over a broad range of flow rates. Other benefits include:
• The ability to separate the motor drive from the controller to facilitate use and save space in incubators and fume hoods
• A library of tubing sizes is stored in the pump's memory minimizing set up time
• Custom tubing can be used allowing complete flexibility
• A full range of interchangeable motor drives to allow for economical ease of use over a broad flow rate range.

The Harvard Peristaltic Pump consists of a control unit, a motor drive, a tubing cassette and some sample tubing. The pump can deliver solutions over a range of flow rates from 0.001 to 1,500 ml/min depending on the motor drive used. Choose from three interchangeable motor drives. The motor drive modules provide flow over the following ranges:
• P-70 drive provides flow rates from 0.001 to 70 ml/min
• P-230 drive provides flow rates from 0.001 to 230 ml/min
• P-1500 drive provides flow rates from 0.01 to 1,500 ml/min

A complete range of programmable functions allow the pump to be easily adapted to a wide range of dispensing applications. The pump has pre-programmed flow profiles for:
• Constant Flow
• Flow Ramps
• Pulsatile Flow
• Concentration Based Fluid Delivery

Please follow this link for P-70 tubing options.

Item# Description U.S. List Price Quantity
70-7000 Harvard Peristaltic Pump P-70 (Complete System; Control Box & P-70 Motor Drive)
70-7003 Replacement P-70 Motor Drive, 8 Rollers, 5 Channels
72-0604 Replacement Cartridge/Cassette for P-70
70-7006 Replacement Standard Control Box for P Series Motor Drives
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Features:
• LCD color touch screen with intuitive icon interface for unparalleled ease-of-use
• Remote design ideal for work inside incubators and fume hoods
• Interchangeable pump heads
• A library of tubing sizes stored in the pump's memory minimizes setup time
• Custom tubing can be used allowing complete flexibility
• Single channel or combined channel mode for setting flow rate
• Pump mode - runs continuously at a set flow rate
• Timed dispense - dispenses for a fixed time at a set flow rate
• Volume dispense - dispenses a fixed volume
• Footswitch control
• Analog control
• Bidrectional delivery
• CE, ETL (UL, CSA), WEEE, EU RoHS and CB Scheme Approved
• 2 year warranty

 

The new Harvard Peristaltic Pump series offers unparalleled accuracy, reproducibility, and ease of use over a broad range of flow rates. Other benefits include:
• The ability to separate the motor drive from the controller to facilitate use and save space in incubators and fume hoods
• A library of tubing sizes is stored in the pump's memory minimizing set up time
• Custom tubing can be used allowing complete flexibility
• A full range of interchangeable motor drives to allow for economical ease of use over a broad flow rate range.

The Harvard Peristaltic Pump consists of a control unit, a motor drive, a tubing cassette and some sample tubing. The pump can deliver solutions over a range of flow rates from 0.001 to 1,500 ml/min depending on the motor drive used. Choose from three interchangeable motor drives. The motor drive modules provide flow over the following ranges:
• P-70 drive provides flow rates from 0.001 to 70 ml/min
• P-230 drive provides flow rates from 0.001 to 230 ml/min
• P-1500 drive provides flow rates from 0.01 to 1,500 ml/min

A complete range of programmable functions allow the pump to be easily adapted to a wide range of dispensing applications. The pump has pre-programmed flow profiles for:
• Constant Flow
• Flow Ramps
• Pulsatile Flow
• Concentration Based Fluid Delivery

In addition to the flow profiles, the pump has advanced user options that permit the pump to be controlled by a PC from its USB inputs as well as a range of options such as:
• Remote initiated start/stop times
• Communication with external devices through 15-pin I/O
• Constant pressure through BNC

All settings can easily be saved as user generated methods in the pump's memory. The method can be easily recalled and run very quickly, saving researchers valuable time. Connectivity to a wide range of external input or output devices is easily accomplished. A constant pressure mode may be utilized in conjunction with a pressure transducer. The pump will automatically rotate at the proper RPM for the tube selection and flow rate chosen. To further increase the accuracy, Harvard Peristaltic Pumps offer a rapid calibration routine to further optimize flow accuracy by entering a measured volume of fluid collected.
Please follow this link for P-70 tubing options.
Specifications70-7000
Accuracy±1.0%
Back Pressure15 psi
Computer InterfaceUSB Type B
Dimensions Control Box H x W x D English8.13 x 5.13 x 3.75 in
Dimensions Control Box H x W x D Metric20.7 x 13 x 9.6 cm
Dimensions Pump Head H x W x D English4.5 x 10 x 4.63 in
Dimensions Pump Head H x W x D Metric11.5 x 25.4 x 11.8 cm
Max RPM220
Maximum Flow Rate70 ml/min
Minimum Flow Rate0.001 ml/min
Number of Channels5 channels
Number of Rollers8 rollers
Power100-250 VAC, 50/60 Hz
Protection RatingIP23
Pump ConfigurationRemote
Pump Voltage30 VDC, 1.67A
Pump to PumpIEEE 1394
Reversible Flowyes
TTL Connector15-pin D-sub
Tubing ID English0.005 to 0.11 in
Tubing ID Metric0.13 to 2.79 mm
Weight kg4.7
Weight lbs10.5

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Harvard Peristaltic Pump Manual-70-7xxx_5423-001REVD.pdfPeristaltic Pump Series Manual