Remote Infuse/Withdraw PHD ULTRA™ Nanomite Programmable Syringe Pump

Remote Infuse/Withdraw PHD ULTRA™ Nanomite Programmable Syringe Pump

The PHD ULTRA™ Nanomite is a single syringe infusion/withdrawal programmable syringe pump with a flow rate range of 3.66 pl/min to 3.818 ml/min with 11 lbs of adjustable force across the entire flow rate range. It can accommodate syringes from 0.5 µl to 1 ml.

The PHD ULTRA™ Nanomite Syringe Pump is very easy to use with an LCD color touch screen and icon interface. This pump allows you to create, save and run simple to complex Methods without a PC. The Method profiles available on this pump are Constant Rate, Ramp, Stepped, Bolus, Concentration, Gradient (binary or ternary), Pulse and Autofill. Delays can be set using the real and relative time clocks.

The Message Area of the touch screen is used to display helpful instructions for the currently displayed screen. It is also used to display error or warning messages to indicate problem conditions in a Method or error conditions during pump operation. The Run Screen shows all of the pump parameters on one screen for easy review.

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Item# Description U.S. List Price Quantity
70-3601 PHD Ultra Nanomite Infusion/Withdrawal Programmable
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Features:
• Light weight makes it ideal for hand-held or stereotaxic injection
• Easy-to-use LCD color touch screen with GUI interface
• Advanced programming for true multi-step methods without a PC
• Quick start methods
• Alpha/numeric keyboard without a PC
• Real and relative time clocks
• Up-front control knobs for ease of operation
• Vertical or horizontal orientation
• Adjustable linear force to 11 lbs across the entire flow range
• Daisy chain
• Remote configuration
• CE, EU RoHS
• 2 year warranty

Applications:
• Cellular injections
• Drug Delivery
• Microinjections
• Hand-held automated delivery
• Stereotaxic Injections
• Feeding cells
• Regenerative Medicine

 

The PHD ULTRA™ Nanomite is a single syringe infusion/withdrawal programmable syringe pump with a flow rate range of 3.66 pl/min to 3.818 ml/min with 11 lbs of adjustable force across the entire flow rate range. It can accommodate syringes from 0.5 µl to 1 ml.

The PHD ULTRA™ Nanomite Syringe Pump is very easy to use with an LCD color touch screen and icon interface. This pump allows you to create, save and run simple to complex Methods without a PC. The Method profiles available on this pump are Constant Rate, Ramp, Stepped, Bolus, Concentration, Gradient (binary or ternary), Pulse and Autofill. Delays can be set using the real and relative time clocks.

The Message Area of the touch screen is used to display helpful instructions for the currently displayed screen. It is also used to display error or warning messages to indicate problem conditions in a Method or error conditions during pump operation. The Run Screen shows all of the pump parameters on one screen for easy review.

The software is organized into three main navigational branches, the quick start Methods, user-defined Methods, and system settings. You can control operations directly through the touch screen or remotely from an independent computer or device via the external I/O interface.

The PHD ULTRA™ Nanomite has a footswitch input, RS-232 and USB serial ports for computer control, RS-485 ports for daisy chaining pumps and Digital I/O for external control via an independent computer or device. There is also an option for daisy chaining pumps through the RS-232 (RJ-11) ports. This option must be ordered at the time the pump is ordered.

This pump consists of a control unit, an injection unit, a 6 foot cable to connect the two units and a footswitch.

 

Please follow this link for microdialysis probes and guides.

Please follow this link for syringe options.

Please follow this link for tubing and connector options.

Please follow this link for stereotaxic frames and accessories.

Specifications

Morris, Susan H. PhD, Howard, Jason J. MD; Rasmusson, Douglas D. PhD & El-Hawary, Ron MD (2015) Validity of Transcranial Motor Evoked Potentials as Early Indicators of Neural Compromise in Rat Model of Spinal Cord Compression Spine: An International Journal for the study of the spine

Laura C. Manella, Samuel Alperin & Christiane Linster (2013) Stressors impair odor recognition memory via an olfactory bulb-dependent noradrenergic mechanism Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience

Antonio Riccio, Yan Li, Evgeny Tsvetkov,Svetlana Gapon, Gui Lan Yao, Kiersten S. Smith, Elif Engin, Uwe Rudolph, Vadim Y. Bolshakov & David E. Clapham (2014) Decreased Anxiety-Like Behavior and Gαq/11-Dependent Responses in the Amygdala of Mice Lacking TRPC4 Channels The Journal of Neuroscience

Jeong Ha Yoo, Deok Ha Woo, Mi-Sook Chang & Myung-Suk Chun (2014) Microfluidic based biosensing for Escherichia coli detection by embedding antimicrobial peptide-labeled beads Sensors & Actuators B: Chemical

Zhidan Liang, Claire M. Schmerberg & Lingjun Li (2014) Mass spectrometric measurement of neuropeptide secretion in the crab, Cancer borealis, by in vivo microdialysis Analyst

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