PHD ULTRA™ Gradient System

PHD ULTRA™ Gradient System

The PHD ULTRA™ Gradient System allows you to quickly and easily run binary or ternary mixtures automatically without a PC. The Method is totally programmed from a master controller pump, so it is easy to program. The intuitive program interface makes simple to complex mixing easy. The Gradient Profile is used to combine multiple flow streams from different pumps into a common output stream. The flow can be smooth and continuous or stepped. No stopping the experiment, mixing different percent volume mixtures and placing new syringes into the pumps. Push one button and it all happens automatically.

This new capability of Harvard Apparatus syringe pumps to completely deliver percent composition changes automatically with high accuracy and precision flow provides a new economical tool to advance experiments and eliminate manual input for complex solution changes.

Binary and ternary gradient systems are available with or without a stand. Individual Satellite units are also available for purchase separately.

Please follow this link for more information on the PHD ULTRA™ Infuse/Withdraw Programmable Syringe Pump.

Please follow this link for information about individual PHD ULTRA™ satellite units.

Item# Description U.S. List Price Quantity
70-4101 PHD ULTRA™ Gradient System 1 Master/1 Satellite with Stand
70-4102 PHD ULTRA™ Gradient System 1 Master/2 Satellites with Stand
70-4106 PHD ULTRA™ Gradient System 1 Master/1 Satellite without Stand
70-4107 PHD ULTRA™ Gradient System 1 Master/2 Satellites without Stand
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Features:
• Easily run binary or ternary gradients without a PC
• Combine multiple flow streams into one common output
• No Stopping experiment to fill syringes with different mixtures

Applications:
• Serial Dilutions of reaction dosing solutions
• Serial Dilution for drug infusion experiments
• Serial Dilutions for nutritional infusion experiments
• Serial Dilutions for mixing polymers in electrospinning
• Chromatography
• FIA systems

The PHD ULTRA™ Gradient System allows you to quickly and easily run binary or ternary mixtures automatically without a PC. The Method is totally programmed from a master controller pump, so it is easy to program. The intuitive program interface makes simple to complex mixing easy. The Gradient Profile is used to combine multiple flow streams from different pumps into a common output stream. The flow can be smooth and continuous or stepped. No stopping the experiment, mixing different percent volume mixtures and placing new syringes into the pumps. Push one button and it all happens automatically. This new capability of Harvard Apparatus syringe pumps to completely deliver percent composition changes automatically with high accuracy and precision flow provides a new economical tool to advance experiments and eliminate manual input for complex solution changes.

Binary and ternary gradient systems are available with or without a stand. Individual Satellite units are also available for purchase separately.

Please follow this link for more information on the PHD ULTRA™ Infuse/Withdraw Programmable Syringe Pump.

Please follow this link for information about individual PHD ULTRA™ satellite units.

Specifications70-410170-410270-410670-4107
Accuracy±0.25%±0.25%±0.25%±0.25%
ClassificationClass IClass IClass IClass I
Dimensions L x D x H in cm4 x 12 x 8.5 in (10.16 x 30.48 x 21.59 cm)4 x 12 x 8.5 in (10.16 x 30.48 x 21.59 cm)4 x 12 x 8.5 in (10.16 x 30.48 x 21.59 cm)4 x 12 x 8.5 in (10.16 x 30.48 x 21.59 cm)
Display4.3" WQVGA TFT Color Display with Touch Screen4.3" WQVGA TFT Color Display with Touch Screen4.3" WQVGA TFT Color Display with Touch Screen4.3" WQVGA TFT Color Display with Touch Screen
Drive Motor0.9° Stepper Motor0.9° Stepper Motor0.9° Stepper Motor0.9° Stepper Motor
Environmental Humidity20% to 80% RH, non condensing20% to 80% RH, non condensing20% to 80% RH, non condensing20% to 80% RH, non condensing
Environmental Operating Temperature English40°F to 104°F40°F to 104°F40°F to 104°F40°F to 104°F
Environmental Operating Temperature Metric4°C to 40°C4°C to 40°C4°C to 40°C4°C to 40°C
Environmental Storage Temperature English14°F to 158°F14°F to 158°F14°F to 158°F14°F to 158°F
Environmental Storage Temperature Metric‐10°C to 70°C‐10°C to 70°C‐10°C to 70°C‐10°C to 70°C
Flow Rate Maximum215.8 ml/min using a 140 ml syringe215.8 ml/min using a 140 ml syringe215.8 ml/min using a 140 ml syringe215.8 ml/min using a 140 ml syringe
Flow Rate Minimum1.56 pl/min using a 0.5 µl syringe1.56 pl/min using a 0.5 µl syringe1.56 pl/min using a 0.5 µl syringe1.56 pl/min using a 0.5 µl syringe
I O TTL Connectors15 pin D–Sub Connector15 pin D–Sub Connector15 pin D–Sub Connector15 pin D–Sub Connector
Input Power50 W, 0.5 A fuse50 W, 0.5 A fuse50 W, 0.5 A fuse50 W, 0.5 A fuse
Installation CategoryIIIIIIII
Max Linear Force75 lbs @ 100% Force Selection75 lbs @ 100% Force Selection75 lbs @ 100% Force Selection75 lbs @ 100% Force Selection
Mode of OperationContinuousContinuousContinuousContinuous
Motor Drive ControlMicroprocessor with 1/16 microsteppingMicroprocessor with 1/16 microsteppingMicroprocessor with 1/16 microsteppingMicroprocessor with 1/16 microstepping
Net Weight English10 lb10 lb10 lb10 lb
Net Weight Metric4.5 kg4.5 kg4.5 kg4.5 kg
No of Syringes2 per pump2 per pump2 per pump2 per pump
Non Volatile MemoryStorage of all settingsStorage of all settingsStorage of all settingsStorage of all settings
Number of Microsteps per one rev of Lead Screw12,80012,80012,80012,800
Pollution Degree1111
Pump ConfigurationMaster, SatelliteMaster, SatelliteMaster, SatelliteMaster, Satellite
Pump FunctionInfuse/WithdrawInfuse/WithdrawInfuse/WithdrawInfuse/Withdraw
Pusher Travel Rate Maximum190.8 mm/min190.8 mm/min190.8 mm/min190.8 mm/min
Pusher Travel Rate Minimum0.36 µm/min0.36 µm/min0.36 µm/min0.36 µm/min
RS dash 232 Connectors9 pin D–Sub Connector9 pin D–Sub Connector9 pin D–Sub Connector9 pin D–Sub Connector
Rack TypeStandard RackStandard RackStandard RackStandard Rack
Regulatory CertificationsCE, ETL (UL, CSA), WEEE, EU RoHS and CB SchemeCE, ETL (UL, CSA), WEEE, EU RoHS and CB SchemeCE, ETL (UL, CSA), WEEE, EU RoHS and CB SchemeCE, ETL (UL, CSA), WEEE, EU RoHS and CB Scheme
Reproducibility±0.05%±0.05%±0.05%±0.05%
Step Rate Maximum26 µsec/µstep26 µsec/µstep26 µsec/µstep26 µsec/µstep
Step Rate Minimum27.5 sec/µstep27.5 sec/µstep27.5 sec/µstep27.5 sec/µstep
Syringe Size Maximum140 ml140 ml140 ml140 ml
Syringe Size Minimum0.5 µl0.5 µl0.5 µl0.5 µl
USB ConnectorsType BType BType BType B
Voltage Range100–240 VAC, 50/60 Hz100–240 VAC, 50/60 Hz100–240 VAC, 50/60 Hz100–240 VAC, 50/60 Hz

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