Stand Alone Syringe Pumps
Take Full Control of your Diluting and Dispensing Applications
Program methods and deploy commands from your PC via Ethernet or RS-232 communication. Have confidence in your diluting and dispensing processes with 99%+ accuracy and a highly inert fluid path for even the most sensitive techniques.
The Microlab 600 is available as a single syringe or dual syringe stand alone pump. Daisy chain up to 16 instruments to streamline your process.
The Bubble Free Prime syringe features a conical plunger tip which extends through the threaded termination of the syringe and into the valve. This unique design expels the air from the syringe and valve decreasing the number of cycles required to prime the fluid path.
The Microlab 600 standalone syringe pump can be controlled via an Ethernet connection to create custom programs to perform a variety of applications. An electronic programmer’s guide, example files, and the .Net 2.0 Application Programming Interface (API) are shipped on a USB drive with each Advanced or standalone Microlab 600.
To simplify the programming via Ethernet, Hamilton provides an Application Programming Interface (API). The API simplifies connection to a single pump or a daisy chain of pumps as well as initializing, moving and requesting status from the pump. The API exposes all of the pump’s functionality through simple commands that use Microsoft® .NET 2.0 framework. Using this communication design, a larger command set can be exposed but this command set can only be accessed through .NET 2.0-compatible programming languages. These languages include Visual C#®, Visual Basic® and LabVIEW™.
The Microlab 600 standalone syringe pump can be controlled by RS-232 to create custom programs to perform a variety of applications. RS-232 signals can be sent from Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) and from computers including Windows®, Mac and Linux. Hamilton’s implementation of this protocol uses simple ASCII commands which can be sent from any computer so there is no dependence on .NET framework. The only requirement is a serial port and a program like HyperTerminal® or Visual Basic® for Applications which can send ASCII commands. For additional information, see the Microlab 600 RS-232 Communication Manual.