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KDS Reversible nanoliter syringe pump, series 310

AC/DC input 220 V AC, Schuko plug

  •  NACRES NB.01



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feature   CE compliant
  2 channels
mfr. no.   KD Scientific, 789311-220V
volume   0.0005-0.25 mL
suitability   suitable for microfluidics/nanofluidics


General description

The KDS310 Reversible Nano Pump is used exclusively with micro syringes. Small size, remote control and a rugged mounting arm make it ideal for use with micromanipulator, stereotaxic and other clamping devices. The single syringe infusion/withdrawal pump consists of a controller and a remote pump head designed to use Hamilton microliter syringes and deliver nanoliter volumes at low flow rates. The microprocessor based controller uses a bright display and membrane keypad with a simple, menu-prompt system for easy setup. The pump features preset rate and volume control. The dispense volume is displayed continuously and the pump shuts off automatically when the preset volume is dispensed.
• Mini size pump
• 1 to 250 μL microliter syringe
• Simple menu-driven setup with bright display and keypad
• Select syringe size from displayed table
• Dispense volume
• Dispense flow rate
• Infusion or withdrawal
• Dispense volume is displayed and has automatic shutoff at completion
• Easy syringe loading with pusher block fast forward/fast reverse feature for rapid adjustments
• Last settings stored in memory

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