Remote Infusion Only PHD 22/2000 Syringe Pumps

Remote Infusion Only PHD 22/2000 Syringe Pumps

The Harvard PHD 22/2000 Advance Syringe Pump family is our versatile legacy pump line.

This page lists the remote infusion only versions of this dynamic family. Harvard Apparatus also offers infuse/withdraw, programmable and remote models.

All pumps have RS-232 communications capabilities.

In addition, a multitude of syringe racks are available to hold 2, 4 or up to 10 syringes. A microliter syringe rack is also available for microliter applications. These remote versions are also available where the control box and pumping mechanism are separated by a 9.1 meter (30 foot) cable.

Please follow this link for syringe options.

Please follow this link for tubing and connector options.

Item# Description U.S. List Price Quantity
70-2100 PHD 22/2000 Remote Syringe Pump Infusion Only 2-Syringe Rack Standard Pressure
71-2100 PHD 22/2000 Remote Syringe Pump Infusion Only 2-Syringe Rack High Pressure
70-2103 PHD 22/2000 Remote Syringe Pump Infusion Only 6/10 Multi-Syringe Rack Standard Pressure
71-2103 PHD 22/2000 Remote Syringe Pump Infusion Only 6/10 Multi-Syringe Rack High Pressure
70-2104 PHD 22/2000 Remote Syringe Pump Infusion Only 4 x 140 Multi-Syringe Rack Standard Pressure
71-2104 PHD 22/2000 Remote Syringe Pump Infusion Only 4 x 140 Multi-Syringe Rack High Pressure
70-2105 PHD 22/2000 Remote Syringe Pump Infusion Only Microliter 4-Syringe Rack Standard Pressure
71-2105 PHD 22/2000 Remote Syringe Pump Infusion Only Microliter 4-Syringe Rack High Pressure
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• High accuracy and precision
• Low flow rate
• Ultimate flexibility and versatility
• 2 year warranty
Forty years ago Harvard Apparatus perfected the lead screw principle and created the first syringe pump. Since that time, tens of thousands of Harvard pumps have earned a reputation as the most reliable research partners in every major laboratory in the World. The PHD 22/2000 syringe pump series gives you the lowest flow rates ever, the highest accuracy, the smoothest flow, advanced programmability from the keypad and yet, is very easy to use.

Highest Accuracy and Precision
A welded steel chassis, machined Delrin™ components, upgraded guide rods, and advanced electronics give accuracy within 0.35% and reproducibility within 0.05%.

Lowest Flow Rates
A new micro stepping motor and control software give the lowest flow rates ever, down to 0.0001 µl/hour. It is also incredibly quiet so it won’t disturb your experimental subjects.

Versatility
There is a PHD 22/2000 syringe pump to meet every need, whether it be simple infusion, infusion and withdrawal, or programming capabilities. This page lists the remote infuse only version of this dynamic syringe pump family.This pump is suitable for applications that require high accuracy and low rates but, do not need to withdraw fluid and do not need programmability. Should you need withdrawal or program capabilities later on, the infusion only pump can be upgraded

Easy to Use
A bright, easy to read, two-line fluorescent display can be easily read from across the lab. A target volume key makes it easy to dispense a set volume. An ergonomic ‘Autolock’ release mechanism is easy for even small hands to operate and can never be left unlocked. The numerical keys utilize the familiar ‘telephone’ layout.

Upgrade
We offer pumps that can be upgraded. If you buy an infuse only pump and later decide you want programmability you can upgrade it. You pay a lot less than buying a whole new pump.

High Pressure Syringe Pumps
Every version of the PHD 22/2000 Pump is now available with a stronger motor that can provide more force. These pumps are ideal when working with viscous fluid or when driving multiple syringes. The standard force PHD 22/2000 series syringe pump delivers an average nominal force of 50 lbs. while the high power version delivers 66 lbs. If you require even greater force see the PHD 22/2000 HPSI or the Pump 4400 HPSI.

Please follow this link for syringe options.

Please follow this link for tubing and connector options.

Specifications70-210071-210070-210371-210370-210471-210470-210571-2105
# of Syringes226/106/104444
Accuracy±0.35%±0.35%±0.35%±0.35%±0.35%±0.35%±0.35%±0.35%
Average Linear Force50 lbs (23 kg)66 lbs (30 kg)50 lbs (23 kg)66 lbs (30 kg)50 lbs (23 kg)6650 lbs (23 kg)66 lbs (30 kg)
Cable Length English30 in30 in30 in30 in30 in3030 in30 in
Cable Length Metric9.1 cm9.1 cm9.1 cm9.1 cm9.1 cm9.19.1 cm9.1 kg
CommunicationsRS-232, TTLRS-232, TTLRS-232, TTLRS-232, TTLRS-232, TTLRS-232, TTLRS-232, TTLRS-232, TTL
Communications Level22222222
Depth English11 in11 in11 in11 in11 in1111 in11 in
Depth Metric27.9 cm27.9 cm27.9 cm27.9 cm27.9 cm27.927.9 cm27.9 cm
DisplayFluorescent, 2-line, 40 characterFluorescent, 2-line, 40 characterFluorescent, 2-line, 40 characterFluorescent, 2-line, 40 characterFluorescent, 2-line, 40 characterFluorescent, 2-line, 40 characterFluorescent, 2-line, 40 characterFluorescent, 2-line, 40 character
Flow Rate Maximum220.82 mm/min220.82 mm/min106.76 mm/min106.76 mm/min220.82 mm/min220.82 mm/min31.486 mm/min31.486 mm/min
Flow Rate Minimum0.0001 ul/hr0.0001 ul/hr0.0001 ul/hr0.0001 ul/hr0.1019 ul/hr0.1019 ul/hr0.0001 ul/hr0.0001 ul/hr
Height English6.3 in6.3 in6.3 in6.3 in6.3 in6.3 in6.3 in6.3 in
Height Metric15.9 cm15.9 cm15.9 cm15.9 cm15.9 cm15.9 cm15.9 cm15.9 cm
Infusion OnlyInfusion OnlyInfusion OnlyInfusion OnlyInfusion OnlyInfusion OnlyInfusion OnlyInfusion OnlyInfusion Only
Input Power0.5 A, 65 W0.5 A, 65 W0.5 A, 65 W0.5 A, 65 W0.5 A, 65 W0.5 A, 65 W0.5 A, 65 W0.5 A, 65 W
Motor1/2 to 1/32 microstepping, microprocessor controlled, 1.81/2 to 1/32 microstepping, microprocessor controlled, 1.81/2 to 1/32 microstepping, microprocessor controlled, 1.81/2 to 1/32 microstepping, microprocessor controlled, 1.81/2 to 1/32 microstepping, microprocessor controlled, 1.81/2 to 1/32 microstepping, microprocessor controlled, 1.81/2 to 1/32 microstepping, microprocessor controlled, 1.81/2 to 1/32 microstepping, microprocessor controlled, 1.8
Motor Stepper 1 Revolution of Lead Screw800 at 1/2 stepping to 12,800 at 1/32 stepping800 at 1/2 stepping to 12,800 at 1/32 stepping800 at 1/2 stepping to 12,800 at 1/32 stepping800 at 1/2 stepping to 12,800 at 1/32 stepping800 at 1/2 stepping to 12,800 at 1/32 stepping800 at 1/2 stepping to 12,800 at 1/32 stepping800 at 1/2 stepping to 12,800 at 1/32 stepping800 at 1/2 stepping to 12,800 at 1/32 stepping
Net Weight English10 lbs10 lbs10 lbs10 lbs10 lbs10 lbs10 lbs10 lbs
Net Weight Metric4.5 kg4.5 kg4.5 kg4.5 kg4.5 kg4.5 kg4.5 kg4.5 kg
Non Volatile MemoryStorage of all settingsStorage of all settingsStorage of all settingsStorage of all settingsStorage of all settingsStorage of all settingsStorage of all settingsStorage of all settings
PressureStandardMediumStandardMediumStandardMediumStandardMedium
Pump ConfigurationRemoteRemoteRemoteRemoteRemoteRemoteRemoteRemote
Pusher Travel Rate Maximum190.676 mm/min190.676 mm/min190.676 mm/min190.676 mm/min190.676 mm/min190.676 mm/min190.676 mm/min190.676 mm/min
Pusher Travel Rate Minimum0.18 um/min0.18 um/min0.18 um/min0.18 um/min0.18 ul/min0.18 um/min0.18 um/min0.18 um/min
RS-232RJ11-4 ConnectorRJ11-4 ConnectorRJ11-4 ConnectorRJ11-4 ConnectorRJ11-4 ConnectorRJ11-4 ConnectorRJ11-4 ConnectorRJ11-4 Connector
Reproducibility±0.05%±0.05%±0.05%±0.05%±0.05%±0.05%±0.05%±0.05%
Step Rate Maximum416.7 usec/step416.7 usec/step416.7 usec/step416.7 usec/step416.7 usec/step416.7416.7 usec/step416.7
Step Rate Minimum27.3 sec/step27.3 sec/step27.3 sec/step27.3 sec/step27.3 sec/step27.327.3 sec/step27.3
Step Resolution0.082 um/step0.082 um/step0.082 um/step0.082 um/step0.082 um/step0.082 um/step0.082 um/step0.082
Syringe Rack TypeStandard RackStandard Rack6/10 Multi-Syringe Rack6/10 Multi-Syringe Rack4 x 140 ml Syringe Rack4 x 140 ml Syringe RackMicroliter Syringe RackMicroliter Syringe Rack
Syringe Size Maximum140 ml140 ml60 ml60 ml140 ml140 ml10 ml10 ml
Syringe Size Minimum0.5 ul0.5 ul0.5 ul0.5 ul100 ml100 ml0.5 u;0.5 ul
TTL9-pin connector D-sub.9-pin connector D-sub.9-pin connector D-sub.9-pin connector D-sub.9-pin connector D-sub.9-pin connector D-sub.9-pin connector D-sub.9-pin connector D-sub.
TypeMicroprocessor multiple syringe, infusion only or infuse/withdraw, some models programmable from keypadMicroprocessor multiple syringe, infusion only or infuse/withdraw, some models programmable from keypadMicroprocessor multiple syringe, infusion only or infuse/withdraw, some models programmable from keypadMicroprocessor multiple syringe, infusion only or infuse/withdraw, some models programmable from keypadMicroprocessor multiple syringe, infusion only or infuse/withdraw, some models programmable from keypadMicroprocessor multiple syringe, infusion only or infuse/withdraw, some models programmable from keypadMicroprocessor multiple syringe, infusion only or infuse/withdraw, some models programmable from keypadMicroprocessor multiple syringe, infusion only or infuse/withdraw, some models programmable from keypad
Voltage RangeSelectable, 95 to 130 VAC, 60 Hz or 220 to 260 VAC, 50 HzSelectable, 95 to 130 VAC, 60 Hz or 220 to 260 VAC, 50 HzSelectable, 95 to 130 VAC, 60 Hz or 220 to 260 VAC, 50 HzSelectable, 95 to 130 VAC, 60 Hz or 220 to 260 VAC, 50 HzSelectable, 95 to 130 VAC, 60 Hz or 220 to 260 VAC, 50 HzSelectable, 95 to 130 VAC, 60 Hz or 220 to 260 VAC, 50 HzSelectable, 95 to 130 VAC, 60 Hz or 220 to 260 VAC, 50 HzSelectable, 95 to 130 VAC, 60 Hz or 220 to 260 VAC, 50 Hz
Width English9 in9 in9 in 9 in9 in9 in9 in9 in
Width Metric22.8 cm22.8 cm22.8 cm22.8 cm22.8 cm22.8 cm22.8 cm22.8 cm

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