mpSmart-Lowdosing
– the variant for small flow rates

You need a solution for the low-dosing of liquids? mpSmart-Lowdosing allows you to set constant rates of between 0.005ml/min and 1 ml/min with regulated digital precision!

Overview

  • Controlable flowrate:  0.005 -1 ml/min
  • Deviation:                   < 5%
  • Power consumption:  185/230 mW
  • Sensor:                      Sensirion SLF3s-0600F
  • Driver/PID regulation: Bartels Mikrotechnik mpSmart-Lowdosing driver
  • Software:                   Free inculded
  • Calibration:                Waterbased solution
  • Just for Windows

mpSmart-Lowdosing is the “younger twin” of mpSmart-Dosing in the mpSmart family. This system, which features another flow sensor from our partner SENSIRION (SLF3s-0600F) and modified electronics, increases the range of options when low-dosing liquids. Together, these two products cover the whole range of flow rates from 0.005ml to 8ml per minute.

Just like with the mpSmart-Dosing system, there are many potential applications for mpSmart-Lowdosing, especially in the fields of diagnostics, pharmaceuticals and medicine. For example, infusion pumps for outpatient therapies and nursing care at home are specific examples of how this intelligent system to low-dose liquids can be used.

Any application that uses mpSmart-Lowdosing also has the same benefits that the mpSmart-Dosing system provides: Simple handling, digital regulation and monitoring as well as electronically controlled data transfer, which makes documentation easier.

With mpSmart-Lowdosing, applications with very demanding requirements can be implemented thanks to the extremely low flow rate and the high level of accuracy of the smart system.

These videos are the best way to understand how mpSmart lowdosing works:

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For technical data please refer to the data sheets (in the download area).

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