Remote Infusion Only PHD ULTRA™ Syringe Pumps

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The PHD ULTRA™ is the solution for your most demanding fluidics applications. This remote infusion only syringe pump represents the latest technology in syringe pumps and was developed utilizing the feedback of the world’s largest populations of syringe pump users.

The PHD ULTRA™ will change the way you think about syringe pumps. There are three major areas which make the PHD ULTRA™ the new standard for syringe pumps:

1. Mechanical drive mechanism and syringe holding mechanics to achieve the highest performance of any syringe pump

2. EZ PRO Software and user interface allow easy syringe set up
– LCD, high resolution color touch screen for powerful functionality,
yet easy to use

3. Connectivity: RS 232 and USB for PC; RS 485 for daisy chain

Item# Description Pricing
70-3305 PHD ULTRA™ Remote Syringe Pump Infuse Only Standard Get a Quote
70-3030 PHD ULTRA™ RS-232 RJ-11 Connectors Option (If needed, must be purchased at the same time as the Ultra Pump) Get a Quote
70-3034 PHD ULTRA Internal Fan Option (Required if external operating ambient is >35°C. If needed, fan must be purchased at the same time as the PHD ULTRA™ Pump) Get a Quote

Description

Full Description

The PHD ULTRA™ is the solution for your most demanding fluidics applications. This remote infusion only syringe pump represents the latest technology in syringe pumps and was developed utilizing the feedback of the world’s largest populations of syringe pump users.

Features:
• Advanced drive mechanism for unmatched smooth flow, accuracy and precision
• From picoliter to 216 ml/min flow rates
• Quick start infusion method
• Alpha/numeric keyboard without a PC
• Real and relative time clocks
• 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
• Daisy chain
• CE, ETL(UL, CSA), WEEE, EU RoHS + CB Scheme
• 2 year warranty

Applications:
• Nanofluidics
• Drug/Nutritional infusions
• Electro-spinning
• Reaction chamber addition
• Mass Spec calibration
• Feeding cells
• Low pressure chromatography
• Continuous flow
• Flow programming
• Gradients
• % composition step changes
• Large flow deliveries
• I/O interactive experiments

The PHD ULTRA™ will change the way you think about syringe pumps. There are three major areas which make the PHD ULTRA™ the new standard for syringe pumps:

1. Mechanical drive mechanism and syringe holding mechanics to achieve the highest performance of any syringe pump

2. EZ PRO Software and user interface allow easy syringe set up
– LCD, high resolution color touch screen for powerful functionality, yet easy to use

3. Connectivity: RS 232 and USB for PC; RS 485 for daisy chain

Harvard Apparatus introduces the next generation of syringe pumps, the PHD ULTRA™ for the most demanding applications.

The PHD ULTRA™ Syringe Pump series is a family of high-accuracy, microliter- and milliliter-compatible pumps designed for versatile technical use including mass spectroscopy, calibration, drug and nutritional infusions, microdialysis, dispensing, chromatography and LC/HPLC.

Highest Accuracy and Precision
The PHD ULTRA™ syringe pump family has a fluidics drive mechanism which assures ease of use and high performance, for smoother, more accurate flow rates than any other syringe pump. Flow rates are accurate within 0.25% and reproducibility within 0.05%. A microprocessor-controlled, small step angle stepping motor drives a lead screw and pusher block. Advanced micro-stepping techniques are employed to further reduce the step angle to eliminate flow pulsation.

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 0.0001 µl/hr to 216 ml/min.

Maximum Experimental Versatility
The PHD ULTRA™ features true Multi-Pump Operation. The pump can be oriented vertically or horizontally for optimum experimental connectivity. This pump comes standard to hold 2 syringes, but can be purchase with 3 other syringe racks: 6 to 10 syringe rack, 4 x 140ml syringe rack and 4 x microliter syringe rack.

Easy-to-Use Interface
The PHD ULTRA™ color LCD touch screen graphic 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 screen is the primary home for the applications. From those screens you access all the commands needed to operate the PHD ULTRA™, as well as 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 I/O interface.

Applications
• Animal Infusions – 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.

Advanced GLP Documentation Features:
• Experiment parameter download information to PC
• Alpha/numeric capability

Pump Models
This version of the PHD ULTRA™ Syringe Pump is available in infuse only (other models available).

Syringe Racks
The PHD ULTRA™ is offered with a variety of syringe racks to meet your specific application.

Upgrade
We offer pumps that can be upgraded. If you buy an infuse/withdraw pump and later decide you want programmability you can upgrade it. You pay a lot less than buying a whole new pump. (pump must be returned to the factory for all upgrades)

Accessories
A full range of accessories are compatible with the PHD ULTRA™ including syringe heaters, in-line heaters and coolers, nanofluidic circuits, connectors, tubing, syringes and more.

Specifications 70-3305
Accuracy ±0.25%
Classification Class I
Dimensions Control Box LxDxH in cm 12 x 8.5 x 4.25 (30.48 x 21.59 x 10.80)
Dimensions Remote Box LxDxH in cm 11.0 x 5.3 x 6.5 (27.94 x 13.46 x 16.51)
Display 4.3″ WQVGA TFT Color Display with Touchpad
Drive Motor 0.9° Stepper Motor
Environmental Humidity 20% to 80% RH, non condensing
Environmental Operating Temperature English 40°F to 104°F
Environmental Operating Temperature Metric 4°C to 40°C
Environmental Storage Temperatue English 14°F to 158°F
Environmental Storage Temperatue Metric -10°C to 70°C
Flow Rate Maximum 216 ml/min using 140 ml syringe
Flow Rate Minimum 1.5 pl/min using 0.5 µl syringe
I/O & TTL Connectors 15 pin D-Sub Connector
Input Power 50 W, 0.5 A fuse
Installation Category II
Max Linear Force 75 lbs @ 100% Force Selection
Mode of Operation Continuous
Motor Drive Control Microprocessor with 1/16 microstepping
Net Weight English 13.4 lb
Net Weight Metric 6.1 kg
No of Syringes 2
Non Volatile Memory Storage of all settings
Number of Microsteps per one rev of Lead Screw 12,800
Pollution Degree 1
Pump Configuration Remote
Pump Function Infusion Only
Pusher Travel Rate Maximum 190.8 mm/min
Pusher Travel Rate Minimum 0.18 µm/min
RS-232 Connector 9 pin D-Sub Connector
Regulatory Certifications CE, UL, CSA, CB Scheme, EU RoHS
Step Rate Maximum 26 µsec/µstep
Step Rate Minimum 27.5 sec/µstep
Syringe Rack Type Standard Rack
Syringe Size Maximum 140 ml
Syringe Size Minimum 0.5 µl
USB Connectors Type B
Voltage Range 100-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz

Journal Articles

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Nan Li, Miguel F. Diaz, Pamela L. Wenzel Ph.D. (2014 ) Application of Fluid Mechanical Force to Embryonic Sources of Hemogenic Endothelium and Hematopoietic Stem Cells  Methods in Molecular Biology

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Stephen G. Newman , Kyoungmi Lee , Jianghuai Cai , Lu Yang , William H. Green , and Klavs F. Jensen (2014 ) Continuous Thermal Oxidation of Alkenes with Nitrous Oxide in a Packed Bed Reactor  Industrial & Engineering Chemisrty Research

Jinyoung Baekm Dr. Peter M. Allen, Prof. Moungi G. Bawendi & Prof. Klavs F. Jensen (2010 ) Investigation of Indium Phosphide Nanocrystal Synthesis Using a High-Temperature and High-Pressure Continuous Flow Microreactor  Angwandte Chemie

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