Standard PHD ULTRA™ CP Syringe Pump

Standard PHD ULTRA CP Syringe Pump

The PHD ULTRA™ CP Syringe Pump is the first of its kind to allow operation under constant pressure or constant flow. Historically, the only means available to dispense at constant pressure has involved the use of various amplifiers and other accessories/software. The PHD ULTRA™ CP Syringe Pump, when combined with virtually any commercially available pressure transducer/amplifier combination with 0-10V DC analog output, results in a constant pressure dispensing system. This sytem can deliver fluids with an applied force up to 1,000 lbs (depending upon the pump).

Using Harvard Apparatus syringe pump technology and software-controlled pressure monitoring, the PHD ULTRA™ CP Syringe Pump is able to maintain a user-defined system pressure ±2%. A user-adjustable sensitivity setting allows for the customization of the system response time necessary to attain the set pressure. The PHD ULTRA™ CP Syringe Pump allows the user to set pressures in the units of their choice including mmHg, kPa, and psi.

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Item# Description U.S. List Price Quantity
88-3015 PHD ULTRA™ CP Syringe Pump Infuse/Withdraw Programmable
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Features:
• Enables continuous pressure-controlled infusion
• Use in constant flow or constant pressure mode
• Enhances safety for sensitive infusion targets and physiological experimentation
• Compatible with a wide range of pressure transducers
• Automatically adjusts flow rate to maintain constant pressure
• Alpha/numeric keyboard without a PC
• Icon operation
• New color LCD touch screen
• Up-front control knobs for ease of operation
• Vertical or horizontal orientation
• Adjustable linear force to 75 lbs across the entire flow range • PC Application Included (For dataloging and PC control if required)
• CE, ETL (UL, CSA), WEEE, EU RoHS & CB Scheme Approved
• 2 year warranty

Applications:
• Short-term organ perfusion studies that require the maintenance of physiologic conditions.
• Introduction of chemical reactants in a controlled manner.
• Ocular injections and perfusions.
• Small animal whole-body perfusions.
• Constant pressure microfluidic mixing.
• Administration of genetic material into organs without viral vectors.

 

The PHD ULTRA™ CP Syringe Pump is the first of its kind to allow operation under constant pressure or constant flow. Historically, the only means available to dispense at constant pressure has involved the use of various amplifiers and other accessories/software. The PHD ULTRA™ CP Syringe Pump, when combined with virtually any commercially available pressure transducer/amplifier combination with 0-10V DC analog output, results in a constant pressure dispensing system. This sytem can deliver fluids with an applied force up to 1,000 lbs (depending upon the pump).

Superior Functionality
Using Harvard Apparatus syringe pump technology and software-controlled pressure monitoring, the PHD ULTRA™ CP Syringe Pump is able to maintain a user-defined system pressure ±2%.

A user-adjustable sensitivity setting allows for the customization of the system response time necessary to attain the set pressure. The PHD ULTRA™ CP Syringe Pump allows the user to set pressures in the units of their choice including mmHg, kPa, and psi.

Essential Application Tools
The PHD ULTRA™ CP Syringe Pump can work with any pressure transducer and amplifier that will output a 0-10V or similar signal. We offer a wide variety of pressure transducers and amplifiers to suit your particular application. Our most popular physiological pressure transducer is our APT-300, a fluid-filled unit with a pressure range of ±300mmHg and a sensitivity of 5µV/V/mmHg (±1%). This has an easily replaceable transducer head. For low pressure applications, such as maintaining the pressure in an eye, we have the P75 Venous Pressure Transducer. This pressure transducer has a pressure range of 75mmHg and a sensitivity of 1mV/mmHg. When the customer requires a separate amplifier, the unit of choice is the model
601 Transducer AmplifierModule, or TAM-A. As a PLUGSYS module, this DC Bridge Amplifier requires the use of a PLUGSYS housing with a power supply. Cases holding 2, 5, or 10 modules are available.

Pressure & Flow Rate Data
Data can be monitored via RS-232 from the PHD ULTRA™ CP Syringe Pump to a PC. In practice, the 0-10V analog output of a pressure transducer amplifier is connected to the analog input on the rear panel of the pump. The amplifier or signal conditioner can be provided by the customer, or accomplished with various tranducers and amplifiers available from Harvard Apparatus. The pressure range may be scaled to fit the available transducer voltage output for systems that output less than 10 V. While in constant pressure mode, in addition to the set and actual pressure, the pump displays the flow rate. This data may be output for further analysis with a variety of data acquisition packages.

Accuracy & Reproducibility
In addition to constant pressure mode, the PHD ULTRA™ CP may also be used in flow mode with its worldrenowned accuracy and reproducibility.
All PHD ULTRA™ CP Syringe Pumps are infuse/withdraw programmable models. When used in flow mode, these offer programmable features such as method storage and flow programming functions to allow the user to create simple to complex methods. The PHD ULTRA™ CP Syringe Pump is available in a variety of configurations to suit the desired pressure or flow rate ranges.

Advanced Programming Features:
• Flow Programming - Change the flow with time, volume or a triggered event as many times as you like
• Bolus - Inject a drug (or drugs) in a high quantity at once. The bolus injection can be made in time or volume.
• Concentration Delivery - Calibrate flow in concentration units of mg/kg easily so flow is calibrated to concentration of drug and animal weight.
• Gradients
• % ratio - up to three solvents
• I/O — dedicated and user defined I/O
• Pulsed Flow- so you can program the pulse easily

Widest Flow Rate Range
This pump is engineered to provide flow accuracy within 0.25% and reproducibility within 0.05%. Single or multi syringes from 0.5 µl to 140 ml pump at a range of 1.56pl/min to 215.8 ml/min.

Maximum Experimental Versatility
The pump can be oriented vertically or horizontally for optimum experimental connectivity. This pump comes standard to hold 2 syringes, but can be purchased with 3 other syringe racks: 6 to 10 syringe rack, 4 x 140ml syringe rack and 4 x microliter syringe rack.

Applications
• Animal Infusions or Withdrawals - The PHD ULTRA™ will control the delivery of varying % of nutrients or drugs infused into animals, flush lines using catheters, needles, cannulae or microdialysis.
• Proportioning and Delivering of Mixtures - Mixing gradients or proportions with independent control of two liquids.
• Aerosol for Coating - The pump at high pressure can create an aerosol for the delivery of coating materials such as pharmaceutical tablets and aerosol studies.
• Delivery to Mass Spectroscopy - The delivery of fluids to the MS for calibration, matrix addition or ESI sample.
• Compensating Flows - The continuous infusion and simultaneous withdrawal of liquids for cell cultures or perfusion chambers.
• Dispensers/Injectors — Adhesives, Cell injection, MRI Dyes, Activators/Enzymes, Flow injection, Microreaction vessels, or Stereotaxic delivery.

Please follow this link for presure transducers and calibrator options.
Please follow this link for amplifer options.
Please follow this link for syringe options.
Please follow this link for tubing and connector options.
Specifications88-3015
ClassificationClass I
Dimensions Control Box LxDxH in cm12.0 x 8.5 x 4.0 (30.48 x 21.59 x 10.16)
Dimensions Remote Box LxDxH in cmN/A
Display4.3" WQVGA TFT Color Display with Touchpad
Drive Motor0.9° Stepper Motor
Environmental Humidity20% to 80% RH, non condensing
Environmental Operating Temperature English40°F to 104°F
Environmental Operating Temperature Metric4°C to 40°C
Environmental Storage Temperatue English14°F to 158°F
Environmental Storage Temperatue Metric-10°C to 70°C
Flow Accuracy±0.25%
Flow Rate Maximum215.8 ml/min using 140 ml syringe
Flow Rate Minimum1.56 pl/min using 0.5 µl syringe
I O TTL Connectors15 pin D-Sub Connector
Input Power50 W, 0.5 A fuse
Installation CategoryII
Max Linear Force75 lbs @ 100% Force Selection
Mode of OperationContinuous
Motor Drive ControlMicroprocessor with 1/16 microstepping
Net Weight English10 lb
Net Weight Metric4.5 kg
No of Syringes2
Non Volatile MemoryStorage of all settings
Number of Microsteps per one rev of Lead Screw12,800
Pollution Degree1
Pressure Accuracy±2%
Pump ConfigurationStandard
Pump FunctionInfuse/Withdraw Programmable
Pusher Travel Rate Maximum190.8 mm/min
Pusher Travel Rate Minimum0.18 µm/min
RS 232 Connectors9 pin D-Sub Connector
Regulatory CertificationsCE, ETL, (UL, CSA), WEEE, EU RoHS & CB Scheme
Reproducibility±0.05%
Step Rate Maximum26 µsec/µstep
Step Rate Minimum27.5 sec/µstep
Syringe Rack TypeStandard Rack
Syringe Size Maximum140 ml
Syringe Size Minimum0.5 µl
USB ConnectorsType B
Voltage Range100-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
ClassificationClass I

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Yafei Zhou, Junfeng Zhan, Xiang Gao, Cao Li, Konstantin Chingin, Zhanggao Le (2014 ) The cation−anion interaction in ionic liquids studied by extractive electrospray ionization mass spectrometry Canadian Journal of Chemistry

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Minhee K. Ko, Aleksandr Yelenskiy, Jose M. Gonzalez & James C.H. Tan (2014 ) Feedback-controlled constant-pressure anterior chamber perfusion in live mice Molecular Vision

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