A syringe pump, also named dilutor, contains a stepper motor-driven syringe and a three-way valve that connects the syringe to one of two fluid input/output positions, allowing well-defined fluid uptake and delivery. We mount up to eight pumps in a single unit that are controlled by a single serial interface.
The pumps are available as a stand-alone device, e.g., to fill our dispensers. They are also part of our Nano-Plotter™ . In both cases, full control for up to 16 individual pumps is provided by a PC software. For microfluidic applications (e.g., MicCell ), a micro-stepping mode with up to 24000 steps is available.
|One-channel syringe pump||Two-channel syringe pump||Four-channel syringe pump||Two eight-channel pumps as used in the 16-channel Nano-Plotter™ NP2.1|