Case Study: VOC and CO2 sensors

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When analysing cell growth, it is essential to observe carbon dioxide levels. Additionally, when ambient pollution has to be measured, volatile organic compound (VOC) sensors are used. That is why we worked on a Case Study specific for the use … Weiter

Case Study: Nano Dispensing

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Our case study “Characterization of mp6-micropump-driven vibrating meshes” takes a closer look into very, very low flow rates. This is needed for highly viscose liquids that are otherwise not suitable for microfluidic systems. Please find here our case study for … Weiter

Case Study: Pressure driven flow

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The case study “Self-sustaining pressure-driven flow in microfluidics” shows you a specific way of pumping liquids. Since the system works with air pressure, only a select few components come in direct contact with the liquid. This is an easy and … Weiter

Case Study: Thermal Conductivity

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Our case study “Optimized liquid pumping by pump-parameter matching (sensor-enabled media recognition)” explains how you can identify liquids. We use a sensor that measures the thermal conductivity of liquids and mixtures. That way, you can easily identify liquids without the … Weiter

Case Study: Dosing

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The case study “Controlled Dosing of Water based Liquids with the mp6 micropump” gives you a great overview over the general dosing of liquids and mixtures. It features some general information about microfluidics as well as more specific applications for … Weiter

Case Study: Droplet generation

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Our case study “Droplet generation with the mp6 micropump and microfluidic chips” discusses how you can generate microscopic droplets in a microfluidic system. Many different applications are droplet-based. Check out our case study and the corresponding video explaining how to … Weiter

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