Standard Infuse/Withdraw Pump 11 Pico Plus Elite Programmable Syringe Pump

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The Pump 11 Pico Plus Elite expands its capabilities to satisfy your experimental requirements. The Pump 11 Pico Plus Elite is the lowest flow, highest accuracy pump with unparalleled ease of use with a high resolution touch screen with intuitive icon interface. It can deliver volumes down to 0.54 pl/min. This infusion/withdrawal dual syringe pump is ideal for applications such as microdialysis. The Pump 11 Elite Series allows you to create, save and run simple to complex methods without a PC.

Item# Description Pricing Quantity
70-4506 Pump 11 Pico Plus Elite Infusion/Withdrawal Programmable Dual Syringe Pump Get a Quote
70-4511 Pump 11 Pico Plus Elite Infusion/Withdrawal Programmable Single Syringe Get a Quote

This syringe pump has a new mechanism that includes a tight gripping, more secure syringe clamp for syringes ranging from 0.5ul to 10 ml (dual channel version) or 0.5 ul to 60 ml (single channel version). The Pump 11 Pico Plus Elite offers enhanced flow performance with high accuracy and smooth flow from 0.54 pl/min to 11.70 ml/min (dual channel version) or 0.54 pl/min to 39.77 ml (single channel version).

The Pump 11 Pico Plus Elite is an Infusion/Withdrawal Programmable Syringe Pump available in single or dual syringe configurations. This pump has advanced connectivity with a footswitch, USB serial port for computer control, RS-485 (or optional RJ-ll) ports for daisy chaining pumps and Digital I/O for remote control.

Description

The Pump 11 Pico Plus Elite expands its capabilities to satisfy your experimental requirements. The Pump 11 Pico Plus Elite expands its capabilities to satisfy your experimental requirements. The Pump 11 Pico Plus Elite is the lowest flow, highest accuracy pump with unparalleled ease of use with a high resolution touch screen with intuitive icon interface. It can deliver volumes down to 0.54 pl/min. This infusion/withdrawal dual syringe pump is ideal for applications such as microdialysis. The Pump 11 Elite Series allows you to create, save and run simple to complex methods without a PC.

Features: 

  • New color LCD touch screen
  • Intuitive icon interface
  • Up-front control knobs for ease of operation
  • Quick start methods
  • Program simple to complex methods without a PC
  • Relative time clock
  • Vertical or horizontal orientation
  • 35 lb linear force adjustable across the entire flow range
  • Can daisy chain pumps
  • CE, ETL (UL, CSA), WEEE, EU RoHS & CB Scheme
  • 2-year warranty

Applications:

  • Nanofluidics
  • Microfluidics
  • Microdialysis
  • Accurate delivery of coatings
  • Reactor dosing
  • Cell injections
  • Fluid sampling
  • High presure injection
  • Low pressure chromatography
  • Flow programming
  • Binary gradients
  • % composition step changes
  • I/O interactive experiments

This syringe pump has a new mechanism that includes a tight gripping, more secure syringe clamp for syringes ranging from 0.5ul to 10 ml (dual channel version) or 0.5 ul to 60 ml (single channel version). The Pump 11 Pico Plus Elite offers enhanced flow performance with high accuracy and smooth flow from 0.54 pl/min to 11.70 ml/min (dual channel version) or 0.54 pl/min to 39.77 ml (single channel version).

The Pump 11 Pico Plus Elite is an Infusion/Withdrawal Programmable Syringe Pump available in single or dual syringe configurations. This pump has advanced connectivity with a footswitch, USB serial port for computer control, RS-485 (or optional RJ-ll) ports for daisy chaining pumps and Digital I/O for remote control.

Since 1901 Harvard Apparatus has been supporting bioresearch fluidics requirements with the culmination being the introduction of the first commercial syringe pump for bioresearch in 1956. Since 1956, over 70,000 satisfied syringe pump users around the world have made Harvard Apparatus syringe pumps the worlds #1 choice.

The Pump 11 Pico Plus Elite is a low flow syringe pump designed for use in applications including: microdialysis, microfluidics, cellular injections and fluid sampling.

Advanced Programming Features:

  • Contstant Rate
  • Ramp
  • Gradients
  • % composition (up to two solvents)
  • Autofill
  • I/O — dedicated and user defined I/O

Easy-to-Use Interface
The Pump 11 Pico Plus Elite color LCD touch screen 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 Methods Main or Quick Start screens are the primary set up screens for the applications. From those screens you can access all the commands needed to operate the Pump 11 Elite, 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.

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

Program Description
To operate the Pump 11 Pico Plus Elite, the user defines all the required parameters for infusing or withdrawing liquids through a Pump Control Method. The basic operation is a simple 4-step procedure:

1. Select a method
2. Enter operating parameters
3. Preview your method
4. Run your method

Advanced GLP Documentation Features:

  • Download experimental parameter information to PC
  • Alpha/numeric keypad for method naming

Accessories
A full range of accessories are compatible with the Pump 11 Pico Plus Elite including syringe heaters, connectors, tubing, syringes and more.

Specifications 70-4506 70-4511
Pump Configuration Standard Standard
Pump Function Infusion/Withdrawal/Programmable Infusion/Withdrawal/Programmable
Flow Rate Maximum 11.70 ml/min using 10 ml syringe 39.77 ml/min using 60 ml syringe
Flow Rate Minimum 0.54 pl/min using 0.5 µl syringe 0.54 pl/min using 0.5 µl syringe
Syringe Size Minimum 0.5 µl 0.5 µl
Syringe Size Maximum 10 ml 60 ml
Max Linear Force 35 lbs @ 100% Force Selection 35 lbs @ 100% Force Selection
I O TTL Connectors 15 pin D-Sub Connector 15 pin D-Sub Connector
RS 232 Connectors optional RJ-11 optional RJ-11
USB Connectors Type B Type B
Accuracy ±0.35% ±0.35%
Non Volatile Memory Storage of all settings Storage of all settings
Drive Motor 0.9° Stepper Motor 0.9° Stepper Motor
Motor Drive Control Microprocessor with 1/16 microstepping Microprocessor with 1/16 microstepping
Number of Microsteps per one rev of Lead Screw 20,480 20,480
Step Rate Minimum 27.5 sec/µstep 27.5 sec/µstep
Step Rate Maximum 26 µsec/µstep 26 µsec/µstep
Step Resolution 0.031 µm/µstep 0.031 µm/µstep
Pusher Travel Rate Minimum 0.068 µm/min 0.068 µm/min
Pusher Travel Rate Maximum 71.55 mm/min 71.55 mm/min
Display 4.3″ WQVGA TFT Color Display with Touchpad 4.3″ WQVGA TFT Color Display with Touchpad
Input Power 12-30 VDC 12-30 VDC
Voltage Range 100-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz 100-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
Dimensions Control Box LxDxH in cm 9.0 x 7.0 x 6.0 (22.6 x 17.78 x 15.0) 9.0 x 7.0 x 6.0 (22.6 x 17.78 x 15.0)
Net Weight Metric 2.1 kg 2.1 kg
Net Weight English 4.6 lb 4.6 lb
Environmental Operating Temperature Metric 4°C to 40°C 4°C to 40°C
Environmental Operating Temperature English 40°F to 104°F 40°F to 104°F
Environmental Storage Temperatue Metric -10°C to 70°C -10°C to 70°C
Environmental Storage Temperatue English 14°F to 158°F 14°F to 158°F
Environmental Humidity 20% to 80% RH, non condensing 20% to 80% RH, non condensing
Mode of Operation Continuous Continuous
Classification Class I Class I
Pollution Degree 1 1
Installation Category II II
Regulatory Certifications CE, UL, CSA, CB Scheme, EU RoHS CE, UL, CSA, CB Scheme, EU RoHS

Journal Articles

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Ming Li, Xiang Wu, Liying Liu, Xudong Fan Lei & Xu (2013 ) Self-Referencing Optofluidic Ring Resonator Sensor for Highly Sensitive Biomolecular Detection  Analytical Chemistry

Tsung-Feng Wu, Zhe Mei, Yu-Hwa Lo (2013 ) Label-free optofluidic cell classifier utilizing support vector machines  Sensors & Actuators B: Chemical

Pengfei Song, Weize Zhang, Alexandre Sobolevski, Kristine Bernard, Siegfried Hekimi & Xinyu Liu (2014 ) A Microfluidic Device for Caenorhabditis Elegans Based Chemical Testing  Micro and Nano Systems Engineerign and Packaging

Kunqiang Jiang, Annie Xi Lu, Panagiotis Dimitrakopoulos, Don L. DeVoec & Srinivasa R. Raghavan (2015 ) Microfluidic generation of uniform water droplets using gas as the continuous phase  Journal of Colloid and Interface Science

Shuqing Gua, Youlan Lu, Yaping Ding, Li Li, Hongsheng Song, Jinhua Wang & Qingsheng Wu (2014 ) A droplet-based microfluidic electrochemical sensor using platinum-black microelectrode and its application in high sensitive glucose sensing  Biosensors & Bioelectronics

Malte F. Alf, Matthias T. Wyss, Alfred Buck, Bruno Weber, Roger Schibli & Stefanie D. Krämer (2012 ) Quantification of Brain Glucose Metabolism by 18F-FDG PET with Real-Time Arterial and Image-Derived Input Function in Mice  Journal of Nuclear Medicine

Bernhard Unsöld, Nils Teucher, Michael Didié, Samuel Sossalla, Claudius Jacobshagen, Tim Seidler, Wolfgang Schillinger & Gerd Hasenfuß (2015 ) Negative Hemodynamic Effects of Pantoprazole at High Infusion Rates in Mice  Cardiovascular Therapeutics

Dong, Shirley (2015 ) The anxiolytic effect of oxytocin is specific to oxytocin receptors in the prelimbic medial prefrontal cortex  The Ohio State University: Department of Neuroscience Honors Theses

Timothy M. Alligrant, Elizabeth G. Nettletona & Richard M. Crooks (2012 ) Electrochemical detection of individual DNA hybridization events  Lab On A Chip

Klaus Mathwig, Dileep Mampallil, Shuo Kang & Serge G. Lemay (2012 ) Electrical Cross-Correlation Spectroscopy: Measuring Picoliter-per-Minute Flows in Nanochannels  Physical Review Letters

Zhe Mei, Sung Hwan Cho, A. Zhang, Jie Dai, Tsung-Feng Wu & Yu-Hwa Lo (2012 ) Counting leukocytes from whole blood using a lab-on-a-chip Coulter counter  2012 Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society

Eiji Shigetomi, Olan Jackson-Weaver, Robert T. Huckstepp, Thomas J. O’Dell & Baljit S. Khakh (2013 ) TRPA1 Channels Are Regulators of Astrocyte Basal Calcium Levels and Long-Term Potentiation via Constitutive d-Serine Release  Journal of Neuroscience