Unique pressure controller
- Easy to install and use
- Many automation possibilities
- Fast and stable response
- Field proven technology and superior quality
- Compact pressure pump (2dm3)
- Wide controllable pressure ranges (from -800mbar to 7bar)
- Achieve flow-rate ranges from sub nl/min to thousands of µL/min
- Pulseless flow
- High responsiveness
- Intuitive User Interface
1. FOCUS ON YOUR SCIENCE, NOT THE INSTRUMENT
- Straightforward connections to any microfluidic device
- MAESFLO™ user experience for pressure control
2. GET SUPERIOR RESULTS RAPIDLY
- Reach your targets out the blink of an eye
- Get your experiment started instantaneously
3. SAVE BENCHTOP SPACE
- Up to four independently controllable channels
- Can provide negative or positive pressure at your convenience
- No cross contamination as liquids only contact air
4. LET THE MFCS™-EZ TAKE CARE OF YOUR SETUP
- Automate experiments with our powerful Script Module
- Easy integration with any set-up using our Software Development Kit (SDK)
|Pressure ranges||-800 to 0 mbar||-345 to 0 mbar||0 to 345 mbar||0 to 1000 mbar||0 to 2000 mbar||0 to 7000 mbar|
|Output Pressure Stability||Highly monodispersed droplet size - No oscillation|
|System Settling time||No transitory regime - Reagent savings - Stop-flows|
|Pressuring gas||Non corrosive or explosive gas (air, N2, Ar, O2, …) / No contamination between the MFCS™-EZ and the solutions and between the solutions|
|Size / Weight||16 x 23 x 6.5 cm3 (6.3 x 9 x 2.5 inch3) / 2.0 kg (4.4 lbs) - Compact controller|
|Output connectors||Female luerlock||4mm OD tube connectors|
|Volumes||Wide range of volume can be controlled - No compromise between volume and stability|
|Flexibility||Any mix of pressure ranges is available, even on one MFCS™-EZ - Highly customable|
- User-friendly interface with intuitive data presentation
- Instantaneous pressure and flow-rate monitoring (only with FRP)
- Script Module included to automate your microfluidic experiments
- Data recording
- Pressure limit option to prevent any damage on your system
- Customization available (name, unit, …)
- And more…
FASTAB™ MICROFLUIDIC PATENTED TECHNOLOGY
- Legacy microfluidic control systems such as syringe, peristaltic or piston pumps are poorly adapted to the manipulation of fluid volumes in the sub microliter range, leading to long equilibration times, irreproducibility and pulsation.
- To solve this, Fluigent developed the patented FASTAB™ technology: a pressure driven technology that has no moving parts and includes an advanced feedback control algorithm to maintain precise pressure control.
- Based on the FASTAB™ technology, the MFCS™ series are compatible with any microfluidic application, from simple droplet generation to organ-on-a-chip experiments.
- Connect the MFCS™-EZ as described on the previous question.
- Connect the power supply and the USB cable to your computer.
- Press the Play button.
- Set the right inlet pressure on the display, according to the value written on the nameplate at the MFCS™-EZ back (below, the right value is 1300mbar).
Launch MAESFLO™ software
- The right value you have to set is written on the nameplate at the MFCS™-EZ back. In this example, it is 1300mbar
Turn the scroll wheel of the black manual regulator to adjust the pressure on the MFCS™-EZ display according to this value.
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