Press Release Summary:
Fluid Metering’s CeramPump® incorporates valveless STH Stepper Pump and integral programmable driver. Unit is compatible with Visual Basic, C/C++, Delphi, LabView programming platforms and protocols such as Analog 0-5 VDC, RS-232, and CANopen protocols. Pump comes with one sapphire-hard ceramic piston pump in contact with fluid. Piston’s rotation and reciprocation offer pumping and valving functions. Product feature five programmable inputs and two outputs.
Original Press Release:
NEW Programmable Pump from Fluid Metering
The Intelligent Programmable Pump from Fluid Metering, Inc. combines FMI’s precision valveless STH Stepper Pump with integral programmable driver in a compact design ideal for integration with OEM instrumentation. The driver provides precision servo control of the STH pumps stepper motor for resonance-free, quite operation. Having 5 programmable inputs and 2 outputs, the Intelligent Pump is compatible with multiple programming platforms including, Visual Basic, C/C++, Delphi, LabView. Analog 0-5 VDC, RS-232, and CANopen protocol are supported with an optional EtherCAT communication module available.
The Programmable Driver and Stepper provide precision control of FMI’s CeramPump® integral valveless piston pump. FMI’s CeramPump® technology features only one moving part, a sapphire-hard ceramic piston, in contact with fluid. The rotating and reciprocating piston accomplishes both the pumping and valving functions effectively eliminating check valves present in conventional reciprocating piston and diaphragm pump designs.
For over 58 years FMI pumps have been used for industrial automation, medical instrumentation, laboratory R&D, chemical process, pharmaceutical packaging, mining, alternative energy, water treatment, environmental monitoring, food processing and much more.
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