The Harvard Apparatus PHD 2000 Syringe Infuse/Withdraw Pump is a laboratory instrument used for precise and programmable dispensing and withdrawal of fluids. The pump is designed to accommodate a wide range of applications, including drug discovery, fluidic circuitry, electrophysiology, and many others.
The PHD 2000 pump operates using a stepper motor and a lead screw, providing highly accurate and precise flow rates with low pulsation. It can deliver fluids at flow rates ranging from sub-microliters per minute to several milliliters per minute, with a maximum pressure of up to 6,000 psi. The pump can also perform complex programmable flow profiles, such as sinusoidal or triangular waveforms, for more advanced applications.
The PHD 2000 pump is compatible with a variety of syringe sizes, from 0.5 µL to 140 mL, and is easily programmable through a simple user interface. The pump can also be controlled remotely through a computer interface or with an optional foot switch for hands-free operation. Additionally, the PHD 2000 pump has a compact design, making it easy to integrate into laboratory setups or other experimental systems.
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5 Best Things:
- Precise and programmable fluid delivery: The PHD 2000 pump is highly precise and accurate, allowing for precise fluid delivery at a range of flow rates. The pump is programmable, allowing users to create custom flow profiles, including ramping and waveforms.
- Versatile: The PHD 2000 pump is versatile and can be used for a variety of laboratory applications, including drug discovery, electrophysiology, and microfluidics.
- Easy to use: The PHD 2000 pump is easy to use, with a simple and intuitive user interface. The pump is compatible with a wide range of syringe sizes, and the flow rate and volume settings can be easily adjusted using the touchpad or a computer interface.
- Reliable and durable: The PHD 2000 pump is built to last, with a robust design that is resistant to wear and tear. The pump’s stepper motor and lead screw technology ensures precise and accurate delivery, and the reinforced cable and tough exterior can withstand frequent use and exposure to fluids and other environmental factors.
- Compact design: The PHD 2000 pump has a compact design that makes it easy to integrate into laboratory setups or other experimental systems. The pump is lightweight and can be easily transported between different workstations or laboratory settings.