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  • Medical Device Link .
    Pumping modules are fully supported with software, electronic diagrams, and engineering phone support. This enables a designer to build prototypes or test pumping functions without sacrificing the quality of the pumping mechanism. The modular syringe-pump components come in three styles microliter
  • Selecting Miniature Motors for your Medical Device (.pdf)
    motor type, there are numerous advantages and disadvantages depending on which technology you choose, whether it be Brush DC, Brushless DC, or Stepper technologies. In this paper, we will use a small syringe pump as an example. A typical design, illustrated below, is a piston moved by a lead screw
  • Getting to know stepper motors
    Fluid control and metering can often be more precisely handled by using stepper motors. EDITED BY Stephen J. Mraz Stepper-motor-based syringe pumps automatically dispense precisely controlled amounts of medications and solutions. Unlike an injection administered by a doctor that is quick and over
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    that low, " says Werner. Typically, he notes, submicroliter pumping is done by a syringe pump, which can dispense fluid in even smaller amounts than the CeramPump 's 0.5- ul limit. But syringe pumps require a pair of valves to admit and discharge fluid, as well as a stepper motor for each valve
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    in monitoring work areas and analyzing chemical residuals on products after processing. It can also be used to directly analyze headspace gases in EtO sterilization. In this application, a gas sample is injected into a heated port. This can be done either manually by collecting the sample with a syringe
  • Medical Device Link . Dispensing systems for miniaturized diagnostics The requirements of miniaturized assays and other advanced diagnostics pose technical challenges for the development of reagent dispensing systems.
    positive-displacement (syringe and rotary piston) pumps, pin arrays, and aerosol systems such as airbrushes. Although considerable research is being conducted to overcome the limitations of these systems, the requirements of miniaturized assays and other advanced diagnostics continue to pose technical

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