Alexis® small peristaltic pumps can either run on a self-contained internal 17 amp AGM battery or 110 volt electric socket. And at only 21 lbs., these micro peristaltic pumps are lightweight and extremely durable. The rugged Pelican™ 1430 case enclosure is made of impact and corrosion resistant ABS plastic to withstand demanding work conditions. Incorporating the most accurate and precise variable speed controller for consistent flow rates ensures the technician reliable sample integrity. Alexis® small peristaltic pumps include a built-in digital display and sealed push buttons to control each of the micro peristaltic pumps.
Constant Voltage Boosting Technology (CVBT) is a proprietary control system that boosts internal battery voltage for super long run times and steady flow rates. The Masterflex Easyload™ 2 pump head design provides super fast tubing load times; no more stretching and jamming silicon tubing through the pump head and defiantly no more fiddling with screws to gain access to the pump head. Located on case exterior allowing the user to easily shut the enclosure.
The Alexis® has an amazing 17 amp AGM rechargeable long life internal battery. This means you get extra long sampling runs of up to 12 hours of continuous sampling running at a full 100%. With the convenient internal battery charger indicator you will know exactly how much battery power is left with a simply push of a button. Have a power supply? With the AC or 12v DC adapters you can setup and run your micro peristaltic pumps indefinitely.
Tell Me More LCD Display gives you real time flow control. That means you will visually see your current setting on the LCD screen when retrieving a sample.
The Alexis® is supplied with a push button reversible flow feature for back-flushing.
The Alexis® also has Low Voltage Disconnect Warning (LVD). The LVD is a “battery saver device.” For example, if the internal battery should ever fall below 10.75 volts into the critical “red” level of the internal battery charger indicator area then the pump will start to pulsate the pump. That is the LVD telling you that your internal battery needs a charge. This advanced technology will prolong the life of the internal battery and the small peristaltic pumps as a whole.