Standard Infusion Only Pump 11 Elite Syringe Pumps
The Pump 11 Elite Series of syringe pumps expands its capabilities to satisfy your experimental requirements. These compact syringe pumps carry on the tradition as the premiere workhorse infusion pump, offering unparalleled ease of use with a high resolution touch screen with intuitive icon interface.
These innovative syringe pumps have a new mechanism that includes a tight gripping, more secure syringe clamp for syringes ranging from 0.5 ul to 60 ml (single syringe) and 0.5 ul to 10 ml (dual syringe). The Pump 11 Elite Series offers enhanced flow performance with high accuracy and smooth flow from 1.28 pl/min to 88.28 ml/min.
The Pump 11 Elite Infusion Only Models are available in single or dual syringe rack configurations. These pumps have advanced connectivity with a USB serial port for computer control and footswitch connection for stop/start control (footswitch sold separately).
The Pump 11 Elite Series is a family of accurate, low flow syringe pumps designed for use in applications including: mass spec calibration, drug and nutritional studies, reactor dosing, and electro-spinning.
These innovative syringe pumps have a new mechanism that includes a tight gripping, more secure syringe clamp for syringes ranging from 0.5 µl to 60 ml (single syringe) and 0.5 µl to 10 ml (dual syringe). The Pump 11 Elite Series offers enhanced flow performance with high accuracy and smooth flow from 1.28 pl/min to 88.28 ml/min.
The Pump 11 Elite Infusion Only Models are available in single or dual syringe rack configurations. These pumps have advanced connectivity with a USB serial port for computer control and footswitch connection for stop/start control (footswitch sold separately). The infusion Only (single and dual syringe models) support infusion operations at user-defined flow rates and with selectable target volume or time values to control the total infusion volume. The Infusion Only models do not include programmable, user-defined methods. (Infusion/Withdrawal Programmable models are also available)
The Pump 11 Elite color LCD touch screen with graphic user interface is divided into three basic areas: Operations Display, Message Area, and Navigation. This configuration allows you to easily move through all menu selections and data entry by gently touching the onscreen buttons with a finger or the tip of a soft, non-sharp object such as a pencil eraser.
The Quick Start infusion screen is the primary "home" for the pumps. From that screen you can access all the commands needed to operate the Pump 11 Elite, as well as access the main system settings.
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.
You can control operations directly with the touch screen or remotely from an independent computer or device via the external footswitch interface.
A full range of accessories are compatible with the Pump 11 Elite including syringe heaters, connectors, tubing, syringes and more.
|Classification||Class I||Class I|
|Dimensions Control Box||9.0 x 7.0 x 6.0 in |
(22.6 x 17.78 x 15.0 cm)
|Display||4.3" WQVGA TFT Color Display with Touchpad||4.3" WQVGA TFT Color Display with Touchpad|
|Drive Motor||0.9° Stepper Motor||0.9° Stepper Motor|
|Environmental Humidity||20% to 80% RH, non condensing||20% to 80% RH, non condensing|
|Environmental Operating Temperature||40°F to 104°F (4°C to 40°C)||40°F to 104°F (4°C to 40°C)|
|Environmental Storage Temperature||14°F to 158°F (-10°C to 70°C)||14°F to 158°F (-10°C to 70°C)|
|Flow Rate Maximum||88.28 ml/min using 60 ml syringe||31.97 ml/min using 10 ml syringe|
|Flow Rate Minimum||1.28 pl/min using 0.5 µl syringe||1.28 pl/min using 0.5 µl syringe|
|I O TTL Connectors||15 pin D-Sub Connector||15 pin D-Sub Connector|
|Input Power||12-30 VDC||12-30 VDC|
|Max Linear Force||35 lb @ 100% Force Selection||35 lb @ 100% Force Selection|
|Mode of Operation||Continuous||Continuous|
|Motor Drive Control||Microprocessor with 1/16 microstepping||Microprocessor with 1/16 microstepping|
|Net Weight||4.6 lb (2.1 kg)||4.6 lb (2.1 kg)|
|No of Syringes||1||2|
|Non Volatile Memory||Storage of all settings||Storage of all settings|
|Number of Microsteps per one rev of Lead Screw||15,360||15,360|
|Pump Function||Infusion Only||Infusion Only|
|Pusher Travel Rate Maximum||159.8 mm/min||159.8 mm/min|
|Pusher Travel Rate Minimum||0.18 µm/min||0.18 µm/min|
|RS 232 Connectors||optional RJ-11||optional RJ-11|
|Regulatory Certifications||CE, UL, CSA, CB Scheme, EU RoHS||CE, UL, CSA, CB Scheme, EU RoHS|
|Step Rate Maximum||26 µsec/µstep||26 µsec/µstep|
|Step Rate Minimum||27.5 sec/µstep||27.5 sec/µstep|
|Syringe Size Maximum||60 ml||10 ml|
|Syringe Size Minimum||0.5 µl||0.5 µl|
|USB Connectors||Type B||Type B|
|Voltage Range||100-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz||100-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz|
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