Press Release Summary:
Suited for space-limited or remote applications, Pump 11 Elite Nanomite delivers smooth flow from 3.66 pL/min to 3.818 mL/min with 11 lb of adjustable force. Programmable infusion/withdrawal pump includes touchscreen interface as well as footswitch input, USB serial port, RS-485 ports for daisy chaining, and digital I/O. With pump, user can create, save, and run simple to complex methods without PC and transfer methods to other pumps and/or download methods from PC.
Original Press Release:
NEW Syringe Pump Perfect for Hand-Held or Stereotaxic Injections
Harvard Apparatus, has just released the NEW Pump 11 Elite Nanomite. This Syringe Pump is exceptionally small making it perfect for space limited or remote applications.
o Perfect for hand-held automated delivery or stereotaxic injections
o Easy-to-use touch screen with icon interface
o Create, save and run simple to complex methods without a PC
o Effortlessly transfer methods to other pumps and/or download from a PC
o Flexibility in connectivity with a footswitch input, USB serial port, RS-485 ports for daisy chaining and a digital I/O. Optional RS-232 (RJ-11) ports
o Full range of accessories - syringe heaters, in-line heaters and coolers, nanofluidic circuits, connectors, tubing, syringes and more
o Peace of mind - 2-year warranty
The expanded capabilities of the NEW Pump 11 Elite Nanomite will help the user meet and exceed their research expectations. This single syringe Infusion/Withdrawal programmable pump offers enhanced flow performance, high accuracy and smooth flow from 3.66 pl/min to 3.818 ml/min with 11 lbs of adjustable force.
For complete specifications on these new pumps, go to www.HarvardApparatus.com or contact the Harvard Apparatus Technical Support Department at firstname.lastname@example.org
For Research Use Only. Not for use in humans unless proper investigational device regulations have been followed.
Harvard Apparatus is a global developer, manufacturer and distributor of innovative and specialized products to enhance bioresearch.