Electronic control requirements

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The mp6 micropump series can be controlled with alternating voltages at a maximum amplitude of 250 V and frequencies between 0 and 800 Hz. A rectangular signal results in best fluidic performance, while a sine wave minimizes the audible noise. … Weiter

Can the micropumps work at below 1Hz?

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The pump can work even well below 1Hz (if necessary) but not every Bartels driver supports it. The mp-Labtronix controller has a frequency range of 1-300 Hz. The mp-Highdriver4 and the mp-Highdriver have a lower frequency limit of 50 Hz. … Weiter

Electronic connection of the micropump

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The pump cable has to be inserted with the contact surfaces orientated down into the plug. Both components are firmly connected by closing the white plug. When disconnecting the pump, the board connector must first be opened! Verify yourself that … Weiter

Value pair of voltage and frequency

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The optimum frequency should be selected based on the medium: 100 Hz for water, 300Hz or higher for gases, 50Hz or lower for oils. Thereafter, the position of the working line of the pump (straight line from maximum pressure to … Weiter

Running the micropump below 1Hz

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The pump can work even well below 1Hz (if necessary) but not every Bartels driver does support it. The mp-Labtronix controller has a frequency range of 1-300 Hz. The mp-Highdriver4 and the mp-Highdriver have a lower frequency limit of 50 … Weiter

Operating: mp-Labtronix

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Driving the micropump with the mp-Labtronix allows you to gather comprehensive results in short time. You will also be able to consider the sometimes complex interaction of micro- and macrofluidics with direct measurements of your system right from the beginning. … Weiter

What is the SRS signal?

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The SRS signal is an optimized waveform generated by the mp-Labtronix controller to drive the actuator more efficiently. It makes the pump work at a lower sound level with increased long-term stability of the flow rate. The SRS signal is … Weiter