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The Cole-Parmer Digital Gear Pump Drive for the Micropump A-Mount Pump Head is easy to operate for automated process applications. The drive features a larger, brighter interface, analog remote control, simple programming, and a time delay between cycles for hands-free dispensing. The batch count function counts down and displays batches completed while the cumulative volume or totalizer tracks amount dispensed across multiple cycles.

When used with the Micropump A-mount pump head, the drive delivers pulse-free flow. Its turndown ratio is 100:1, with a flow range from 0.612 to 4212 mL/min. The metering pump drive is IP33-rated to ensure splash- and dust-resistance. Smooth contours allow for easy cleaning.

Source: Cole Parmer

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