Valve Manifolds

Valve manifold with ethernet protocols and IO-link connectivity.

Ethernet protocols and IO-link connectivity options are available for a valve manifold series from Norgren, Littleton, CO. The VR Series now includes Ethernet/IP, PROFINET, EtherCAT, and IO-Link to support connecting to new or existing systems. A connected valve enables users to gain further performance insights into how their system is performing as a whole. It also allows easier installation and uses less analog hardware. The series is offered in 10 and 15 mm valve manifold body sizes. A plug-in, sub-base design allows valves to be exchanged quickly with up to 24 solenoids for prompt installation.

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Peristaltic Pump

Peristaltic pump with a touch screen interface.

Masterflex, Vernon Hills, IL, has launched a new peristaltic pump with a touch screen interface. The MasterSense™ L/S® provides multiple connectivity options and gives operators a smarter and easier way to manage fluidic pathways. Three-tier access to pump functionality protects any process by controlling who can operate the pump and at what level, and two-factor security requires a username and password. For a digital protocol to suit automation needs, EtherNet/IP™, Profibus, or analog signal are available. With MasterflexLive, all pump parameters, including speed, flow rate, dispense volume, and more can be controlled in real time.

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Rocker Isolation Valve

Rocker isolation valve.

A rocker isolation valve from Emerson, St. Louis, MO, is designed in a 16 mm compact size that allows for easy integration into complex fluid-handling manifolds, resulting in a reduction in footprint, weight, and power. The ASCO series 062 offers two-way and three-way functionality. The rocker isolation valves control neutral and highly aggressive liquids used in nearly any type of analytical instrumentation. The easy-to-flush special rocker mechanism, combined with a separating diaphragm, prevents heat transfer to expensive in-vitro diagnostic reagents and eliminates the potential for sticking and clogging of the valve seat. Hermetic separation of the control mechanism prevents particulate contamination caused by the friction of moving parts, ensuring maximum purity of liquid samples.

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Dispense Pump

Variable volume pump.

A miniature dispense pump from The Lee Co., Westbrook, CT, offers consistent performance in a compact package. The LPD Series is a chemically inert, variable volume pump. It features a lightweight, maintenance-free design and can be positioned where the fluidic requirements dictate, regardless of accessibility needs. The pumps are available in standard dispense volumes of 50, 250, 1000, and 3000 μL, with ¼-28 ports in either a PEEK or PMMA (acrylic) port head.

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