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									                                 Falcon Model 500
                                 MicroSyringe Pump
                                              6/16/2008



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Falcon Analytical Systems & Technology, LLC
March 1, 2012
Model 500 MicroSyringe Pump
Features
Integrated into a
System
   Simple manual
    controls
   Push Button stop
    controller
   Rocker switch
    controller for manual
    forward & reverse
   LED indicators for
    “Dispense, Aspirate,
    Stop & Error”
Model 500 MicroSyringe Pump
Features
As a module for your
system
   Affordable
   Easy to integrate
   Easy to use controller
    software
   Human readable ASCII
    command set
   Isolated, programmable
    digital I/O
   Analog input for flow
    control
    Model 500 MicroSyringe Pump Specifications
Pump type:           Single syringe, infuse and withdraw
Power:               24 VDC, 1.5 Amp, 5%
Humidity:            20%-80% Relative Humidity, non-condensing
Temperature:         Operating, 0o-40oC (Storage , -20o-70oC)
Dimensions:          9.25” x 3.25” x 3.75”
Mounting Depth:      0.875”
Motor Type:          Bipolar stepping, 0.9% step angle, 0.67 Amp/phase max.
Motor Control:       Micro-stepping with PWM current decay, 1/8 stepping
Drive Type:          Direct drive
Drive Screw Pitch:   40 Threads/inch
Maximum Force:       30 pounds
Stall & Limit        Non-contact (shaft encoder)
Accuracy:            +/- 0.4%
Precision:           +/- 0.1%
Step Rate:           200 micro steps/second max., 6.7 seconds/micro step min.
Pusher Travel Rate:  7.94 mm/second max., 0.24 um/second min.
Syringe Size:        1 ml max., 0.5 ul min.
Flow Rate:           7.95 ml/min max., 3.57 nl/hr, min.
Communications:      EIA-485 multi-drop network using CAT 5 Cables for up to 4000 ft and as many as 99 pumps
HMI:                 Human readable ASCII command set with sophisticated sequencing using external controller.
                     External inputs trigger “events”
Programmability:     Stand alone: 6 sequences with 8 steps each and looping
Analog Flow Control: 0-5 VDC, programmable maximum flow
Digital Inputs:      4 each, optical isolation
Digital Outputs:     4 each, optical isolation
               Falcon Model 500 MicroSyringe
                      Pump Linearity
                                                                    Model 500
                                                                 1-10 uL Linearity
                                                       500
                                                       450
                                                       400                                       y = 40.122x + 34.069
                                                       350                                           R2 = 0.9997
                                              Counts




                                                       300
                                                       250
                                                       200
                                                       150
                                                       100                                            Series1
                                                                                                      Linear (Series1)
                                                        50
                                                         0
                                                             0      5               10      15
                                                                    Microliters Dispensed


Copyright
Falcon Analytical Systems & Technology, LLC
March 1, 2012
For more information and an
application consultation contact:
           Falcon Analytical
                       Phone: 304-647-5855
                       Fax: 304-645-4006
                       Email: johncwv@suddenlink.net




Copyright
Falcon Analytical Systems & Technology, LLC
March 1, 2012

								
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