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ExiGo - iPad mini or LabVIEW controlled Microfluidic Pump Geri

  • The ExiGo™ pump is a microfluidic syringe pump controlled by an iPad mini or LabVIEW interface.

    Features:

    • Precise flow control with active feedback via integrated flow sensor (optional add-on).

    • Flow rate:  10 nL/min - 20 mL/min

    • Standard syringes:  100µL - 5mL.

    • Wash mode or programmable perfusion mode (constant, ramp, step, sine) with reversible flow direction.

    • Rapid flow change (ms range).

    • Excellent long-term flow stability.

    • WiFi communication and control via iPad mini.  Can control/program up to 4 pump modules independently. 

    • USB communication with LabVIEW based PC control software.

    • Use standard tubing for connection to any microfluidic biochip.

    Applications:  Microfluidics and nanofluidics, droplet generation and manipulation, pulse-free flow, laminar and multilaminar flow studies, precise multichannel mixing, cell-based shear flow studies, cell and particle manipulation studies.

    Specifications

    Volumetric Flow Rates 10 nL/minute - 20 mL/minute
    Microsteps per one revolution of lead screw 250,000
    Step resolution 0.008μm
    Pulse-free flow rate for microfluidic applications*

    • 10nL/min - 1mL/min ± 20nL/min @ 250uL glass syringe

    • 100nL/min - 20mL/min ± 40nL/min @ 5mL plastic syringe

    Flow rate stability for microfluidic applications** ± 0.25% of Full Scale @ 250μL syringe and 7,000nL/min Flow Sensor
    Dynamic Response 50ms max (recorded at flow rate change from 0 to 10,000nL/min)
    Compatible Syringes 100μL - 5mL
    Working Pressure 30 psi - 2 bars maximum
    External Trigger 2 inputs and 2 outputs of external trigger for operation with external units and software
    Flow control

    • Reversible flow direction - Push/Pull

    • Programmable perfusion mode:  constant, ramp, step, sine

    Software Control

    • ExiGo App running on iPad mini

    • LabVIEW based PC software

    Dimensions 225mm (W) x 69mm (D) x 122mm (H)
    Weight  ~ 1.3kg

    *Measured with ExiGo Flow Sensor and active PID feedback

    **Refer to ExiGo supported syringes

    Flow Sensor Overview (optional add-on)

    Operation Plug and play connection to the ExiGo microfluidic pump
    Features Allows monitoring of ExiGo pump flow rate and active PID (proportional, integral, differential) feedback of pump flow rate 
    Dead volume 1 - 25 µL depending on Flow Sensor
    Measured flow rate ranges ± 1,500 nL/min or ± 7,000 nL/min or ± 80,000 nL/min depending on model installed
    Max pressure 30 psi - 2 bars maximum
    Dimensions 60mm (L) x 51mm (W) x 21mm (H)
    Weight <0.1kg
    Power Requirements Via cable to ExiGo microfluidic pump
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