Fusion 4000-X Dual Independent Channels
Syringe Pump

DUAL INDEPENDENT INFUSE & WITHDRAW CHANNEL, GLASS TOUCH SCREEN, COMPLEX FLOW CONTROL

The Fusion 4000-X dual independent channel infuse and withdraw syringe pump – is built with 2 separate pump drives capable of independent pulseless, reproducible rates, and movement.  Programmable multi-step and cycle mode that allows users to input complex flow profiles or perform flow cycling from a computer Labview or the pump itself. This multi-channel syringe infusion pump system also can be expanded with a 2-syringe push and pull rack attachment to increase the total syringe capacity to four.
Designed for a wide range of biopharmaceutical research like lipid nanoparticles, microfluidic mixing, and lab-on-chip flow control in drug formulation applications; with an all-glass touch screen and precision machined metal design, the Fusion 4000-X dual-channel syringe pump is easy to clean, for lab and GMP environments.

  • 2 Independent pump channels
  • Holds syringes from 0.5µL to 100mL
  • Rates from .0001 µL/min to 170.5 mL/min
  • Touchscreen, USB, RS232, TTL control
  • Free Programmable Mode Included
  • Serial Pump connections through RS485
  • Dual Syringe Holding Rack available
  • 2-Year Limited* Warranty
  • Available Accessories

$4,399.00

Frequently Asked Questions

Can the 2 syringe channels work independently?

Yes, the 2 syringe channels can operate independently. You have the option to start 1 channel individually or initiate both simultaneously. Additionally, the syringe pump can function in cycle mode, wherein the two channels alternate the flow in a push-pull fashion. This involves one channel infusing forward while the other withdraws backward.

What is the min and max syringe size?

0.5µL(min) to 60mL(max)

What syringes are compatible?

Any syringe that will fit under the syringe clamp can be used with the system regardless of material or construction. Plastic, glass, and stainless steel syringes are all viable options. See also Syringe Type Chart.

What are the min and max syringe flow rates?
  • 0.0001 µL/min (with 0.5µL syringe)
  • 85 mL/min (with 60mL syringe)
What type of PC control connections are available?

USB, RS232 and TTL Ports – The system communicates to PC’s via ASCII text commands. For help programming the system please see the Chemyx programming SDK link.

What computer control SDK packages are available?
  • LABVIEW
  • LABWINDOWS
  • PYTHON
  • MATLAB
Which type of multi-syringe racks are available?

This clamp fits on 1 channel of the system while the other channel can retain the default clamp.

What is the warranty?

A 2-Year Warranty* comes standard with all Chemyx programmable syringe pumps.

ModeInfuse/Withdraw
Accuracy± < 0.35%
Reproducibility± < 0.2%
Syringe Size (Min/Max)0.5µL to 100mL
Syringe TypePlastic, Glass, and Stainless Steel Syringe Type Chart
Syringe Flow RatesSee Syringe Library for Min & Max Flow Rates
Minimum Flow Rate.0001 µL/min (with 0.5 µL syringe)
Maximum Flow Rate170.5 mL/min (with 100mL syringe)
Linear Force85lb (38.5kg)
Maximum PressureSee Max Pressure
Display4.3 inch LCD Glass Touch Screen
ConnectivityUSB-B, RS232, RS485 and TTL Ports
System Dimensions11 x 12 x 4.9 inches (28 x 31 x 13 cm)
Power110/220 VAC
Weight19 lbs (8.6kg)
Motor Drive1.8˚ MicroStepper Motor
Step Resolution0.0293 µm/step
Operating Temperature4°C to 40°C (40°F to 104°F)
Storage Temperature-10°C to 70°C (14°F to 158°F)
Humidity20% to 80% RH, non-condensing
Installation CategoryII
Regulatory ComplianceCE, RoHS, REACH, ETL
Syringe Pump in Laboratory
Dual Independent Pump Channels

The Fusion 4000-X multi-channel syringe pump comes with a dual drive system to allowing two independent pumping channels to be controlled for simultaneous infusion and withdrawal at same/different flows. This allows both syringes to operate in a variety of different ways to accommodate a wide range of applications.

The Fusion multi-channel syringe pumps infuse and withdraw solutions at extremely high precision, and has reproducible flow rates via a state of the art microstepper motor. Easily and effortlessly deliver a wide range of flow rates in precise amounts for a multitude of applications like microfluidics, injections into a reactor, mass-spec calibration, and neuro-drug delivery to animals.

Fusion 4000 Syringe Pump
Complex Flow Controls

The Fusion 4000-X multi-channel syringe pump allows both channels to be controlled independently. This allows the system to dose variable-size syringes at different rates, for example, a saline & drug combination infusion or a catalyst & co-catalyst reagent addition into a reactor. Additionally, the Fusion 4000 multi-syringe pump also comes with continuous cycle mode (push-pull functionality) that will oscillate the syringe the 2 pump channels to provide non-stop flow.

Resistant Glass Machined Components Built to Last

Chemyx multi-channel syringe pumps are precision machined with metal components for a level of accuracy needed for micro flow applications and for both chemical resistance and mechanical wear. Chemyx high precision pumps last for years with an equipment value that is hard to match.

  • Machined metal design
  • Chemical-resistant polypropylene coated screen
  • 2-year limited* warranty

Programming Fusion 4000 Syringe Pump
Programmable & Intuitive

Intuitive, user-friendly software lets users program and customize flow profiles and offers a robust database of brand-name syringes. Remote computer control capabilities are available through USB, TTL, and RS232 communication connections.

  • Programmable variable rate profiles via keypad
  • Computer control via USB, RS232, RS485, TTL
  • LabVIEW and MATLAB drivers available

Product Information

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