Reglo ICC Operating Manual

Reglo ICC Operating Manual
Reglo ICC
Operating Manual
Reglo ICC Operating Manual
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Table of Contents
1. Safety Precautions.................................................................5
13. Tubing Size and Flow Rate Chart.......................................16
2. Warranty.................................................................................5
14. Reglo ICC Serial Command Protocol................................17
3. Product...................................................................................6
14.1 Overview ...................................................................................17
4. Rear Panel..............................................................................6
14.2 Physical Layer............................................................................17
5. Main Voltage..........................................................................6
14.3 Message Format.......................................................................17
6. Pump Operation....................................................................7
14.4 Addressing.................................................................................17
6.1 Key Pad and Screen...................................................................7
14.5 Definitions..................................................................................18
6.2 Icons..............................................................................................7
14.6 Data Type Formats...................................................................18
6.3 Changing Parameters................................................................8
14.6.1 Boolean...............................................................18
6.4 Menus...........................................................................................8
14.6.2 Direction.............................................................18
6.4.1 STATUS Menu......................................................8
14.6.3 Discrete Type 1...................................................18
6.4.2 PUMPING Menu..................................................9
14.6.4 Discrete Type 2...................................................18
6.4.3 SETUP Menu........................................................11
14.6.5 Discrete Type 3...................................................18
6.4.4 CALIBRATION Menu...........................................11
14.6.6 Discrete Type 4...................................................19
6.4.5 GLOBAL SETTINGS Menu..................................12
14.6.7 Discrete Type 5...................................................19
6.5 Installing Tubing..........................................................................12
6.6 Information Screens...................................................................13
6.7 Differential Pressure....................................................................13
6.8 When the Pump is Idle...............................................................13
7. Over Current Protection.......................................................13
14.6.8 Discrete Type 6...................................................19
14.6.9 Fractional Type 1................................................19
14.6.10 Volume Type 1.................................................19
14.6.11 Time Type 1......................................................19
14.6.12 Time Type 2......................................................19
14.6.13 String.................................................................19
8. Cassettes................................................................................14
14.6.14 Language..........................................................20
8.1 Ordering Spare Parts.................................................................14
15. Response Messages............................................................20
8.2 Cassette Material........................................................................14
15.1 Status Response.......................................................................20
8.3 Pressure Lever Cassettes...........................................................14
15.2 Data Response..........................................................................20
9. Repair.....................................................................................14
16. Request Messages..............................................................21
10. Cleaning...............................................................................14
16.1 Set Pump Address....................................................................21
11. Disposal................................................................................14
16.2 Device Command....................................................................21
12. Technical Specifications.......................................................15
16.3 Tube Diameter Index...............................................................25
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17. Event Messages
25
17.1 Channel Stop
26
17.2 Channel Status update
26
18. Examples
18.1 Communication Management
27
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18.1.1 Get serial protocol version
27
18.1.2 Event message enable
27
18.2 Pump Drive
27
18.2.1 Start pumping
27
18.2.2 Stop pumping
27
18.2.3 Get direction
27
18.2.4 Set direction
28
18.3 Modes and Settings
28
18.3.1 Operational pumping mode
28
18.3.2 Pumping rate (drive speed)
28
18.3.3 Pumping rate (volume/time)
28
18.3.4 Volume
28
18.3.5 Run time
29
18.3.6 Pause time
29
18.3.7 Cycle Count
29
18.4 Configuration
29
18.4.2 Backsteps
29
18.6.1 Get pump firmware version
31
8.6.2 Set pump’s temporary display name
31
18.6.3 Serial number
31
8.6.4 Language
31
18.6.5 Channel count
32
18.6.6 Roller count
32
18.6.7 Total Revolutions
32
18.6.8 Volume total
32
18.6.9 Time total
32
18.7 Events
33
18.7.1 Channel stop
33
18.7.2 Channel status update
33
19. Regulatory Information
34
19.1 Manufacturing Information
34
19.2 CE Conformity
34
19.3 International Standards
34
19.4 CE Marketing
35
19.5 Connected Equipment
35
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18.5.1 Volume (target)
30
18.5.2 Volume (measured)
30
18.5.3 Time
30
18.5.4 Get time since last calibration
30
18.5.5 Start calibration
30
18.5.6 Cancel calibration in progress
31
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18.4.1 Tubing Inside Diameter
18.5 Calibration
18.6 System
We recommend that you read this operating manual
carefully. When operating a pump, certain hazards
cannot be excluded. Cole-Parmer is not liable for any
damage resulting from the use of an ISMATEC® pump.
Cole-Parmer is not responsible for the unsafe handling of
chemicals.
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1. Safety Precautions
ISMATEC ® tubing pumps are designed for pumping and dispensing applications in
laboratories and industry. As such it is assumed that Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) and
the following recommendations will be observed.
General Warning
Pinch Point Warning:
Do not place
your fingers on
or around the
pump head.
Caution:
Risk of
Electric Shock
Protective Earth:
(Ground)
The pump must not be operated outside the designed operating and environmental
conditions. In particular, it is the user’s responsibility not to exceed the specified
maximum differential pressure for the pump head.
The pump must not be used:
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For any medical applications.
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In explosion proof chambers or in the presence of flammable gases or fumes.
The pump must be switched OFF when pump heads, cassettes or tubing are
inserted or changed.
The permeability of tubing depends on the material used and pressure conditions.
Tubing can also become electro-statically charged. Please be aware of possible hazards
when handling tubing in explosion-proof chambers.
Pump heads consist of rotating parts. Therefore, the pump must not be operated
before the cassettes are fully seated on the pump head.
Do not manipulate the pump head before the pump is switched off and disconnected
from the mains power supply.
Use extreme caution to ensure that no part of your body such as fingers, long hair,
jewelry, or loose objects such as cables and tubing, etc. are near the pump head
during operation.
Tubing can tear and burst during operation. The necessary safety measures based on
the specific situation must be taken. When pumping corrosive media we recommend
placing the pump in a collecting basin.
The pump should not come in contact with liquid.
Do not open or remove the housing while the pump is operating.
Service and repairs carried out by the customer or by third-party companies voids
all warranties.
Appliance coupler of the power supply is used to disconnect the device from mains supply.
2. Warranty
We warrant the pump to be free of defects, provided they have been installed and operated
correctly according to our operating instructions for a period of 2 years from date of purchase.
If production or material faults can be proven, the defective parts will be repaired or replaced
free of charge at our discretion. A defective pump must be returned in the original ISMATECe
packaging or in packaging of equal quality. The duration of the warranty is not affected by
making a claim for warranty service. Further claims are excluded. Shipping costs are charged
to the customer.
Our warranty becomes invalid in the case of:
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Improper operation by the user, or if the pump is diverted from its proper use.
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Unauthorized modification or misuse by the user or by a third party.
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Improper site preparation and maintenance.
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Operation outside of the environmental and electrical specifications for the product.
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Use of third-party software, hardware, accessories, or consumables purchased by the user
and which do not comply with our specifications.
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3. Product
Reglo ICC is a peristaltic pump with independently controllable channels. The intended
use for this pump is precise fluid dispensing at low flow rates up to 43 mL/min for fluid
delivery applications.
Contents of the package:
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Reglo ICC Pump (type as ordered)
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1 power supply
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Cassettes
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1 power cord with country specific plug
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Operating Manual
Please check the package and its contents for transport damage. If you find any signs of
damage, please contact your local ISMATEC® representative immediately.
4. Rear Panel
1.
24 V DC power Inlet plug
2.
On/Off Switch, circuit breaker
3.
RS-232 In, DB9-female
4.
RS-232 Out, DB9-male
5.
USB 2.0, Mini-B
5.
3.
4.
2.
1.
5. Main Voltage
Use only the supplied power supply and cord for your Reglo ICC pump. DO NOT use any
other substitutes or damage may occur! The power supply is designed to provide DC
voltage for your Reglo ICC pump. It has built in circuit over current protection in the event
the pump is overloaded or a malfunction occurs. The power supply is connected to the
pump by a 4-pin power DIN snap and lock plug. Appliance coupler of the power supply is
used to disconnect the device from the mains supply.
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Voltage 100–240VAC
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50/60 Hz
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6. Pump Operation
6.1 Key Pad and Screen
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Run/Stop Button
a.
Starts and stops the pump
b.
Interrupts and resumes a dispensing cycle
Reset Button
a.
Escape out of editing a parameter without changing
b.
Resets dispensing cycle when pump is paused
Directional Arrows
a.
Used to navigate screen and highlight selections
b.
Up, down, left, right
OK/Enter Button
a.
Press to edit parameter
b.
Saves edit to parameter once complete
LCD Display
5.
4.
3.
1.
2.
6.2 Icons
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
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1.
STATUS Menu
2.
PUMPING Menu
3.
SETUP Menu
4.
CALIBRATION Menu
5.
GLOBAL SETTINGS Menu
6.
Channel Number/Next Screen
7.
Channel Rotation Direction
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6.3 Changing Parameters
Changing parameters is done by moving the cursor around the LCD screen
using the four directional arrows. The arrows are used to navigate the menus
and change numeric values and pumping modes. Using the arrows, the cursor
can be moved to any field to select or edit.
Once the cursor is in the field that you would like to select or edit, press the
OK/Enter button. When highlighting numeric values, the cursor will highlight
the entire value. Pressing OK/Enter will then allow the cursor to highlight only
one digit for editing. Using the directional arrows up or down will increase or
decrease the value and left and right will move the cursor to the next digit to
be edited. Once the value is correct, press OK/Enter and the cursor will then highlight the
entire value exiting the edit mode. When highlighting pumping modes, tubing ID, and
language, the OK/Enter button will allow the parameter to be changed by toggling through a
list using the directional arrows. Once the selection has been made, pressing the OK/Enter
button will save the selection and exit the editing mode.
The Run/Stop button is used to start or stop all the channels. When the pump is
idle, pressing the Run/Stop button will start pumping to the settings for each
channel. When the pump is running, pressing the Run/Stop button will stop all
channels. If a timed or repeating pumping mode is being used, pressing the
Run/Stop button will pause the program. Pressing the Run/Stop button again will resume the program.
The Reset button is used to cancel editing or reset pumping modes. When a
field has been selected for editing, pressing the Reset button will exit the
editing mode and restore the original value. Also, when the pump is paused,
pressing the Reset button will reset all the pumping modes back to their start
point (number of cycles, time, volumes, etc.).
6.4 Menus
6.4.1 STATUS Menu
The STATUS Menu has three screens. The Status screen (a) displays the current pumping
parameters for each channel. The unit displayed varies depending on the pumping mode
selected. The Total Volume screen (b) displays the total volume that has been pumped since the
last time it was reset. The Total Time screen (c) displays the total hours pumped for each channel
since the last time it was reset. The time and volume can be reset by navigating to the desired
value and pressing OK/Enter button. Highlighting the arrow in the upper right hand corner of the
screen and pressing the OK/Enter button will toggle through the three status screens.
a.
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c.
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6.4.2 PUMPING Menu
The PUMPING Menu allows you to set up the pumping parameters for all of the available
channels. The channel number that is being programmed is indicated in the upper right hand
corner. You can select the rotation direction, pumping mode, and values for each channel in the
PUMPING menu.
6.4.2.1 Flow Rate Mode
Flow Rate Mode provides a continuous operation
at a set rate and direction. Adjustable parameters
are rotation direction, flow rate, and flow rate units.
Rotation direction can be selected as clockwise
(CW) or counter-clockwise (CCW). Flow rate can be
changed in the range specified by the selected unit
and/or tubing inner diameter (ID) (see Section
6.4.3). Selectable flow rate units are RPM, µL/min,
mL/min, and L/min. Flow rate and rotation direction
can be changed during the operation as well.
6.4.2.2 Volume Over Time Mode
Volume Over Time Mode allows the user to
dispense a desired volume over a desired time.
The pump will determine the speed of rotation by
set volume and time. Adjustable parameters are
rotation direction, volume, volume units, time, and
time units. Rotation direction can be selected as
CW or CCW. Combinations of time and volume
can be set to any value as long as it is in the range
of the pump’s capabilities. If the time value
entered is less than what the pump is capable of
for desired volume, it will default to the shortest
dispense time possible. Volume units selectable
are µL, mL and L. Time units selectable are seconds, minutes, and hours. None of the
parameters are changeable during pumping or when operation is paused. Dispensing program
can be reset during operation by pressing the Reset button after pumping is paused.
6.4.2.3 Volume Mode
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Volume Mode allows the user to dispense a set
volume with a set flow rate. Adjustable parameters
are rotation direction, flow rate, flow rate units,
volume, and volume units. Rotation direction can
be selected as CW or CCW. Flow rate can be
changed in the range specified by the selected unit
and/or tubing ID (see Section 6.4.3). Selectable flow
rate units are RPM, µL/min, mL/min, and L/min.
Selectable volume units are µL, mL, and L. Only
flow rate can be changed during pumping or when
the operation is paused. Dispensing program can
be reset during operation by pressing the Reset button after pumping is paused.
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6.4.2.4 Time Mode
Time Mode allows the user to dispense for a set
time duration with a set flow rate. Adjustable
parameters are rotation direction, flow rate, flow
rate units, time, and time units. Rotation direction
can be selected as CW or CCW. Flow rate can be
changed in the range specified by the selected unit
and/or tubing ID (see Section 6.4.3). Selectable flow
rate units are RPM, µL/min, mL/min, and L/min.
Selectable time units are sec, min, and hours. Only
flow rate can be changed during pumping or when
the operation is paused. Dispensing program can
be reset during operation by pressing the Reset
button after pumping is paused.
6.4.2.5 Volume with Pause Mode
Volume with Pause Mode allows the user to
dispense a set volume over multiple cycles.
Adjustable parameters are rotation direction, flow
rate, flow rate units, volume, volume units, pause
time between cycles, pause time unit, and number
of cycles. Rotation direction can be selected as CW
or CCW. Flow rate can be changed in the range
specified by the selected unit and/or tubing ID (see
Section 6.4.3). Selectable flow rate units are RPM,
µL/min, mL/min, and L/min. Selectable volume
units are µL, mL, and L. Selectable pause time units
are sec, min, and hours. Only flow rate can be changed during pumping or when the operation
is paused. Dispensing program can be reset during operation by pressing the Reset button
after pumping is paused.
6.4.2.6 Time with Pause Mode
Time with Pause Mode allows the user to dispense
for a set time duration over multiple cycles.
Adjustable parameters are rotation direction, flow
rate, flow rate units, time, time units, pause time
between cycles, pause time unit, and number of
cycles. Rotation direction can be selected as CW or
CCW. Flow rate can be changed in the range
specified by the selected unit and/or tubing ID (see
Section 6.4.3). Selectable flow rate units are RPM,
µL/min, mL/min, and L/min. Selectable time units
are sec, min, and hours. Selectable pause time units
are sec, min, and hours. Only flow rate can be changed during pumping or when the operation
is paused. Dispensing program can be reset during operation by pressing the Reset button
after pumping is paused.
6.4.2.7 Disabled Mode
Disabled Mode disables the selected channel for
pumping. The channels that are not anticipated to
pump any fluid should be set to this mode.
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6.4.3 SETUP Menu
In the SETUP Menu the tubing ID is set by selecting the size of tubing being used in the
highlighted channel selected in the upper right hand corner. The tubing ID is selected from
the drop down menu. The number of roller backsteps for drip free dispensing can also be set
between 0–100 (0 = Default Value).
6.4.4 CALIBRATION Menu
In the CALIBRATION Menu each channel can be calibrated independently. The channel being
calibrated is listed in the upper right hand corner.
The Reglo ICC allows each channel to be set up and calibrated. This allows for maximum
flexibility and optimum channel to channel precision. Prior to the calibration each channel must
be configured for tubing ID, the number of backsteps that are desired for drip free dispensing,
and calibration of that channel.
The Reglo ICC allows you to enter the volume of fluid to dispense for calibration, dispense
time for the specified volume, and pumping direction. Once you have entered those values,
dispense desired volume into a container. Measure the actual amount of the fluid by weight
or volume and enter that value on the last screen to adjust the pump for your application. The
calibration can be interrupted by pressing the Run/Stop button which will cancel the existing
progress. New uninterrupted calibration run will be required in order to calibrate the channel
properly. When adjusting the dispense time for calibration, if requested time is shorter than
the pump’s physical capabilities, the dispense time will automatically default to minimum
achievable dispense time.
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You can complete the calibration by pressing OK/Enter button following your measurement
input. You will receive a message and checkmark once your calibration is successful.
You can cancel the calibration after the calibration run by pressing the Reset button. You will
receive the message displaying that the calibration has been canceled.
6.4.5 GLOBAL SETTINGS Menu
In the GLOBAL SETTINGS Menu the display language can be selected from English, French,
Spanish, and German. The pump can also be reset to the factory defaults at this menu.
6.5 Installing Tubing
1.
Switch the pump OFF.
2.
Remove the cassette by slightly pressing the fixing-tongue and lifting it simultaneously.
3.
Insert the 2-stop or 3-stop color-coded tubing with one stopper into the cassette.
4.
Let the tubing hang down (prevents it from twisting).
5.
Insert the tubing with the second stopper at the other end of the cassette.
6.
Reinsert the cassette into the roller-head.
7.
Make sure each cassette is positioned and aligned well between
dedicated segments on the bars.
8.
Turn the pump ON.
9.
When the pump is idle, release all cassettes to maximize tubing life
(beware of siphoning or back flow).
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6.6 Information Screens
Indicates that the pump is being remotely
controlled by a PC via USB connection.
Indicates that the internal temperature has
exceeded a safe threshold and pumping will stop
automatically to protect the pump. Turn the pump
power switch OFF and check your parameters,
differential pressure, and pump head for blockage.
The pump will not operate in an overheated
condition. Allow the pump to cool before turning
the power switch back ON.
6.7 Differential Pressure
The Reglo ICC can be used for continuous duty at a maximum differential pressure of 1.0 bar
(smaller tube sizes and/or lever type cassettes allow higher pressures).
6.8 When the Pump is Idle
When the pump is idle, we recommend releasing the tubing cassette from the pump head.
Releasing the cassette on the right side is sufficient. This helps to protect the tubing from
unnecessary strain and prolongs its service life. However, a siphoning effect can occur when
the tubing cassette is released from the pump head. Use caution to prevent the fluid from
flowing back to the reservoir.
7. Over Current Protection
The Reglo ICC features an external power supply that has overload protection as well as a
combined circuit breaker and On/Off switch on the pump. There are NO replaceable fuses or
service items inside the pump. This system is designed to disable power to the pump drive in
case of excessive current to prevent damage. When an overload condition occurs, the pump
will power down and it is recommend to immediately switch the pump OFF and unplug the
pump from the wall. Before the pump is re-started, it is most important to check the reason
for the overload (e.g. excess differential pressure etc.). Only when the cause of the overload
has been detected and the failure corrected may the pump be started again. If the condition
persists, contact an ISMATEC® technical support representative immediately.
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8. Cassettes
Your Reglo ICC can use the MS/CA Click-n-Go® cassettes which accept “3-Stop” tubing.
See Page 16 for more information. When using new tubing for the first time, depending on
the tubing used (hardness and diameter), the pump may not be primed and can not deliver
the liquid. If that is the case, we recommend you wet the tubing and run the pump with the
tubing inserted for about 15 to 30 minutes.
8.1 Ordering Spare Parts
Order Number
Material
Cassette
IS3510A
POM-C
MS/CA Click-n-Go®
IS3610A
PVDF
MS/CA Click-n-Go®
8.2 Cassette Material
POM-C Polyoxymethylene-Copolymer:
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Good chemical resistance to many organic solvents and strong alkaline chemicals.
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Affected by strong acids and oxidizing substances.
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UV-stabilized and stable up to temperatures of 80 °C/176 °F (dry, continuous use) or
136 °C/277 °F (dry, for a short time).
PVDF Polyvinylidene fluoride:
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Very good chemical resistance to acids and most aliphatic, aromatic, and chlorinated solvents.
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Not suitable for long contact with esters, ketones, amines, and strong alkaline chemicals.
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Stable both to UV radiation and temperatures up to 110 °C/230 °F (continuous use) or
142 °C/288 °F (for a short time).
8.3 Pressure Lever Cassettes
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Note: Due to the configuration of the Reglo ICC Pump, the use of pressure lever cassettes
is not recommended.
9. Repair
The Reglo ICC is designed for many years of trouble free service. The Reglo ICC does not have
any fuses or adjustments inside the pump. If you wish to attempt any repairs after the warranty
period, please contact your local ISMATEC® Distributor for parts.
10. Cleaning
When replacing the tubes and/or cassettes, the pump head should be wiped to avoid any
debris or residue. The pump head can be cleaned with mild detergent water before and after
duty cycles for extended life. The exterior of the pump can be gently wiped with IPA (Isopropyl
Alcohol). Use a 50% mixture of IPA and water on a lint-free soft cloth to clean the LCD screen.
Do not spray or pour any liquid on the LCD screen.
11. Disposal
Please retain packaging materials until the product warranty ends. Afterwards please discard
packaging materials in an environmentally friendly manner according to local regulations. Once
the useful life of the product has ended, please ensure proper disposal according to local laws.
Plastic and electronic components should be disposed of at a recycling facility. Please refer to
local regulations regarding proper disposal.
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12. Technical Specifications
Patent Pending
Drive:
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Motor type: Stepper Motor
Flow rate and speed:
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Flow rate: 0.0002–35 mL/min
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Speed range: 0.1–100 rpm
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Digitally adjustable in steps of 0.01 rpm
Differential pressure:
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Max. 1.0 bar (14.5 psi)
Remote control:
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Via USB 2.0 or RS-232 digital interfaces
Main power connection:
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100–240VAC / 50/60 Hz
Power consumption:
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Max. 30 W
Operating conditions:
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Temperature: +5 to 40 °C (41 to +104 °F)
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Rel. humidity max.: 80%
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Dimensions/Weight (D x W x H): 205 x 125 x 170 mm (8.1 x 5 x 6.7")
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Weight: 2.7 kg (6 lbs)
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Non-condensing, at normal laboratory conditions
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13. Tubing Size and Flow Rate Chart
8
Rollers
RPM
1.0
100
Flow Rates
mL/min.
Tube ID
Order No
min.
max.
0.13
SC0189T
0.002
0.11
0.19
SC0049T
0.003
0.23
0.25
SC0050T
0.005
0.41
0.38
SC0051T
0.010
0.94
0.44
SC0052T
0.013
1.3
0.51
SC0053T
0.017
1.7
0.57
SC0054T
0.021
2.1
0.64
SC0055T
0.026
2.6
0.76
SC0056T
0.036
3.6
0.89
SC0057T
0.049
4.9
0.95
SC0058T
0.056
5.6
1.02
SC0059T
0.063
6.3
1.09
SC0060T
0.072
7.2
1.14
SC0061T
0.078
7.8
1.22
SC0062T
0.088
8.8
1.3
SC0063T
0.10
10
1.42
SC0064T
0.11
11
1.52
SC0065T
0.13
13
1.65
SC0066T
0.15
15
1.75
SC0067T
0.16
16
1.85
SC0068T
0.17
17
2.06
SC0069T
0.20
20
2.29
SC0070T
0.24
24
2.54
SC0071T
0.27
27
2.79
SC0072T
0.31
31
3.17
SC0224T
0.35
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Cassettes for the ICC pumps are designed to work with stoppered tubing that fits the MS/CA
Cassettes, commonly referred to as “3-Stop” tubing. Please visit our website or contact your
local distributor for more information on available options.
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14. Reglo ICC Serial Command Protocol
14.1 Overview
The Reglo Digital model pump supports a 9600 baud, 8 data bits, 1 stop bit, no parity,
no flow control serial communication protocol for controlling the pump’s operation,
as well as setting and getting current pump configuration parameters. This section
describes the protocol used with the Reglo ICC model pump.
The ICC protocol is backwards-compatible with existing controlling devices which use
the Digital protocol. The PC pump-control software uses the protocol described in
this document to control Reglo ICC pumps.
14.2 Physical Layer
The protocol described in this document may be used over USB or RS-232 to communicate with
the Reglo ICC pump. The RS-232 link may be composed of:
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Multiple pumps which have been “daisy-chained” together to form a multi-drop RS-232
communications bus. Only one controlling device (i.e. PC) may be connected to this RS-232 bus.
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Individual channel control for one pump only
14.3 Message Format
All messages are composed of a string of printable ASCII characters. Each message is
terminated with a carriage return or carriage return and line feed.
14.4 Addressing
The Reglo Digital protocol uses an addressing scheme where each pump is assigned a singular
address. This addressing is designed to accommodate multiple pumps which have been
“daisy-chained” to the same RS-232 bus.
The addressing scheme for the protocol described in the document is dependent on the
physical layer used for communication. This arrangement allows for the same command
definitions to be used for either RS-232 or USB.
When using RS-232 to control the pump in default mode, the addressing scheme of the
Reglo Digital is preserved. The address fields in command messages are used to address
individual pumps connected in a daisy chain. RS-232 can also be used to control the individual
channels as the USB interface does in which case the address character is used to define the
individual channel. Note that when pumps are connected in a daisy chain configuration for
independent channel control, the individual channel control applies to all the pumps.
An example of RS232 commands to address individual channels follows:
ff
@2
Assign address 2 to the pump
ff
2~1
Configures independent channel control, pump 2
ff
1H
Channel 1 start (all pumps in a daisy chain)
ff
2S
Channel 2 speed setting request returns channel 2 RPM value
ff
2~
query channel status returns 1
ff
2~0
returns pump to standard channel control
ff
2~
query channel status returns 0
ff
2H
all channels start
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When using USB to control the pump, the address fields in command messages are used
to address individual pump channels. As each USB connection is a point-to-point link
between the controlling device (PC) and the pump, there is no need to provide pump
addressing in the communications protocol.
Some parameters apply only to each pump, and so individual channel addressing is not
necessary. When using USB, an address must still be provided each of these messages, but
this address will be ignored.
14.5 Definitions
The following symbols are used to represent ASCII characters in the messages defined in this
document.
ff
[CR]—carriage return (0x0d)
ff
[LF]—line feed (0x0a)
ff
[SP]—space (0x20)
ff
[VB]—vertical bar, or “pipe” (0x7c)
14.6 Data Type Formats
The following data formats are used in the subsequent message definitions.
14.6.1Boolean
ff
Width: 1
ff
Format: A single character indicating True or False.
ff
0 = False
ff
1 = True
14.6.2Direction
ff
Width: 1
ff
Format: A single character indication direction.
ff
J = Clockwise
ff
K = Counter-clockwise
14.6.3 Discrete Type 1
ff
Width: 1 to 4
ff
Unit: 1
ff
Range: 0 to 9999
ff
Format: Up to four characters representing a discrete integer value in base 10.
Unused digits are not returned.
14.6.4 Discrete Type 2
ff
Width: 4
ff
Units: 1
ff
Range: 0 to 9999
ff
Format: Four characters representing a discrete integer value in base 10. The value is
right-justified. Unused digits to the left are zeros.
14.6.5 Discrete Type 3
ff
Width: 6
ff
Range: 0 to 999999
ff
Format: Six characters in base 10. The value is right-justified. Unused digits to the left
are zeros.
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14.6.6 Discrete Type 4
ff
Width: 10
ff
Range: 0 to 4294967295
ff
Format: Ten characters in base 10. The value is right-justified. Unused digits to the left
are zeros.
14.6.7 Discrete Type 5
ff
Width: 3
ff
Range: 0 to 999
ff
Format: Three characters in base 10. The value is right-justified. Unused digits to the
left are zeros.
14.6.8 Discrete Type 6
ff
Width: 5
ff
Range: 0 to 99999
ff
Format: Five characters in base 10. The value is right-justified. Unused digits to the left
are zeros.
14.6.9 Fractional Type 1
ff
Width: Variable
ff
Format: XXXX.XX—The width of the integer portion of the value is variable. The
decimal point and two digits to the right of the decimal point are always provided.
14.6.10 Volume Type 1
ff
Width: 7
ff
Units: mL
ff
Format: mmmmEse—Represents the scientific notation of m.mmm x 10se. For example,
1.200 x 10-2 is represented with 1200E-2. Note that the decimal point is inferred after
the first character.
ff
mmmm—4 character mantissa
ff
E—“E” character
ff
s—Sign for exponent (+ or -)
ff
e—Single digit exponent
14.6.11 Time Type 1
ff
Width: 1 to 8
ff
Units: 0.1 second
ff
Range: 0 to 35,964,000 (0 to 999 hr)
ff
Format: Up to eight characters representing the time in 0 to 999 hours, with a resolution
of 0.1 sec. Unused digits are not returned.
14.6.12 Time Type 2
ff
Width: 8
ff
Units: 0.1 second
ff
Range: 0 to 35,964,000 (0 to 999 hr)
ff
Format: Eight characters representing the time in 0 to 999 hours, with a resolution of
0.1 s. The value is right-justified. Unused digits to the left are filled with zeros.
14.6.13String
ff
Width: Variable
ff
Range: 0 to 64 characters
ff
Format: The string is delimited by the delimiting character of the message type that it is
contained in. For device command requests, this is [CR]. For data responses, this is [SP].
The string cannot contain these characters. Other printable ASCII characters are okay.
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14.6.14Language
ff
Width: 1
ff
Range: 0–3
ff
Format: A single numeric character representing a language as follows:
ff
0—English
ff
1—French
ff
2—Spanish
ff
3—German
15. Response Messages
Response messages are sent from the pump to the PC in response to request messages.
15.1 Status response
A status response message is the default response of the pump to most commands,
indicating a success or failure of the command.
Response Message: Status
Status
Fields
Char Width
ff
1
Status: A single ASCII character indicating the execution status of the requested command.
ff
* (0x2a)—The command was executed successfully.
ff
# (0x23)—The command was not executed successfully.
ff
– (0x2d)—A negative response used for some commands, with different meanings
for each. See individual direct-addressed command definitions for context.
ff
+ (0x2b)—A positive response used for some commands, with different meanings
for each. See individual direct-addressed command definitions for context.
15.2 Data response
A data response is sent when parameter values must be provided in response to a request
message. Each data response is composed of one or more data parameter values which are
delimited by spaces.
Response Message: Data
Fields
Char. Width
ff
Data
Parameter
1
Variable
[SP]
Data
Parameter
2
[SP]
Data
Parameter
n
[CR]
1 (optional)
Variable (optional)
1 (optional)
Variable (optional)
1
[LF]
Data Parameter N—A data value returned by the pump. The format of each data
parameter is defined by the request message that a data response message is sent in
response to. See each request message definition for the definition associated data
response messages.
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16. Request Messages
Request messages are sent from the PC to the pump. Every request message should be
answered by a response message from the pump.
16.1 Set Pump Address
This is a specially formatted command used to set the address of each pump. By default, each
pump uses address 1.
@
Addr
[CR]
ff
@—The “@” character (ASCII 0x40).
ff
Addr—The new pump address (1–8).
ff
[CR]—A carriage return character.
Response
The response to this command is a status response message.
16.2 Device Command
A device command is addressed to an individual pump (or channel) to get or set particular
pump (or channel) parameters.
Response Message: Device Command
Fields
Char. Width
Addr
1
Data
Command
Parameter
Code
1
Variable
[VB]
Data
Parameter
2
Variable (optional) 1 (optional) Variable (optional)
[VB]
1
ff
Addr: The address of a pump channel (1 to 4). For commands which interact with
parameters on a per-pump (and not per-channel) basis, this field is ignored. The field
must still be provided however. In this case the recommendation is to use a place
holder address of 0. In legacy mode, this is a pump address (1 to 8).
ff
Command Type: A string, typically one or two characters that indicate the type of command.
ff
Data Parameters: Optional values which may be provided when setting a parameter value.
ff
[VB]–A single vertical bar or “pipe” character to delimit data parameters. If a single data
parameter is provided, no VB delimiter is required.
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n
[CR]
[LF]
Variable (optional)
1
1
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Direct-Addressed Command List
Ref. #
Command
1.0
Function
Op
Response
COMMUNICATIONS MANAGEMENT
1.1
~
Get an integer representing whether (1) or not (0) channel addressing
is enabled.
Get
Boolean
1 = Channel addressing
2 = Legacy
1.2
~
Set whether channel messaging is enabled (1) or not enabled (0).
Set
Boolean
1.3
xE
Get an integer representing whether (1) or not (0) event messages
are enabled.
Get
Boolean
1.4
xE
Set whether event messages are enabled (1) or not enabled (0).
Set
Boolean
1.5
x!
Get an integer representing the version of the serial protocol.
Get
Discrete Type 1
Set
*
- channel setting(s) are not correct or
unachievable.
2.0
2.1
PUMP DRIVE
H
Start pump.
2.2
I
Stop pumping.
Set
*
2.3
xI
Pause pumping (STOP in RPM or flow rate mode).
Set
*
2.4
xD
Get pump direction.
Get
J (CW) or K(CCW)
2.5
J
Set rotation direction to clockwise.
Set
*
2.6
K
Set rotation direction to counter-clockwise.
Set
*
Get
Parameter #1:
C = Cycle count of 0
R = Max flow rate exceeded or flow
is set to 0
V = Max volume exceeded
Parameter #2: Limiting value:
C = Value is undefined
R = Max flow (mL/min)
V = Max vol (mL)
2.7
xe
3.0
Cause of ” –“ cannot run response = Parameter #1,
Limiting value that was exceeded = Parameter #2
OPERATIONAL MODES AND SETTINGS
L = RPM
M = Flow Rate
O = Volume (at Rate)
G = Volume (over Time)
Q = Volume+Pause
N = Time
P = Time+Pause
3.1
xM
Get the current channel or pump mode.
3.2
L
Set pump/channel to RPM mode.
Set
*
3.3
M
Set pump/channel to Flow Rate mode.
Set
*
3.4
O
Set pump/channel to Volume (at rate) mode.
Set
*
3.5
G
Set pump/channel to Volume (over time) mode.
Set
*
- channel setting(s) are not correct
or unachievable.
3.6
Q
Set pump/channel to Volume + Pause mode.
Set
*
3.7
N
Set pump/channel to Time mode.
Set
*
3.8
P
Set pump/channel to Time + Pause mode.
Set
*
3.9
xf
Get flow rate from RPM (S) or flow rate (f) when mode is not RPM
or flow rate.
Get
Boolean
RPM = 0
Flow rate = 1
3.10
xf
Set RPM flow rate not in RPM or flow rate mode Discrete Type 3.
Set
*
3.11
S
Gets the current speed setting in RPM.
Get
Fractional Type 1
3.12
S
RPM mode flow rate setting (0.01 RPM) Discrete Type 3.
Set
*
3.13
f
Get current volume/time flow rate (mL/min).
Get
Volume Type 1
3.14
f
Set RPM flow rate in volume/time mode (mL/min) Volume Type 2.
Set
Volume Type 2
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Command
3.0
Function
Op
Response
OPERATIONAL MODES AND SETTINGS
3.15
v
Get the current setting for volume in mL.
Get
Volume Type 1
3.16
v
Set the current setting for volume in mL. Volume Type 2.
Set
Volume Type 1
3.17
xT
Get the current pump run time.
Get
Time Type 1
3.18
xT
Set current pump run time using Time Type 2.
Set
*
3.19
xP
Get pumping pause time.
Get
Time Type 1
3.20
xP
Set pumping pause time using Time Type 2.
Set
*
3.21
“
Get pump cycle count.
Get
Discrete Type 1
3.22
“
Set pump cycle count Discrete Type 2.
Set
*
3.23
?
Max flow rate achievable with current settings mL/min.
Get
Text
3.24
!
Max flow rate achievable with current settings using calibration.
Get
Text
3.25
xv
Get time to dispense at a given volume at a given mL/min flow rate.
Vol, Volume Type 2; flow rate, Volume Type 2.
Get
Time Type 1 (0.1 sec)
xw
Get time to dispense at a given volume at a given RPM. mL,
Volume Type 2; flow rate, Discrete Type 3.
Get
Time Type 1 (0.1 sec)
3.26
4.0
CONFIGURATION
4.1
+
Get the current tubing inside diameter in mm. 2 decimal places
are returned.
Get
4 characters including decimal (mm).
4.2
+
Set tubing inside diameter using Discrete Type 2.
Set
*
4.3
%
Get the current backsteps setting.
Get
Discrete Type 1
4.4
%
Set the current backsteps setting using Discrete Type 2.
Set
*
4.5
0
Resets all user configurable data to default values.
Set
*
5.0
CALIBRATION
5.1
xR
Get direction flow for calibration.
Get
DIRECTION, J = CW K = CCW
5.2
xR
Set direction flow for calibration J or K using DIRECTION format.
Set
*
5.3
xU
Get the target volume to pump for calibrating, mL.
Get
Volume Type 1
5.4
xU
Set the target volume to pump for calibrating using Volume Type 2.
Set
Volume Type 1
5.5
xV
Set actual volume measured during calibration, mL Volume Type 2.
Set
Volume Type 1
5.6
xW
Get the current calibration time.
Get
Time Type 1
5.7
xW
Set the current calibration time using Time Type 2.
Set
*
5.8
xX
Get the channel run time since last calibration.
Get
Time Type 2
5.9
xY
Start calibration on a channel(s).
Set
*
5.10
xZ
Cancel calibration.
Set
*
6.0
SYSTEM
(
Returns the pump firmware version.
Get
Discrete Type 2
6.2
xt
Change factory roller step volume for a particular roller count and
tubing size using roller count (6,8,12), Discrete Type 1; index of the
tubing diameter (see Table 1), Discrete Type 1; RSV. Volume Type 2.
Set
*
6.3
xs
Save set roller step settings.
Set
*
6.4
xu
Reset roller step volume table to defaults.
Set
*
6.5
xN
Set pump name for display under remote control–String.
Set
*
6.6
xS
Get pump serial number.
Get
String
6.7
xS
Set pump serial number–String.
Set
*
6.8
xL
Get the current pump language.
Get
Language
6.1
6.9
xL
Set current pump language–Language.
Set
*
6.10
xA
Get number of pump channels.
Get
Discrete Type 1
6.11
xA
Configure number of pump channels. Discrete Type 2.
Set
*
6.12
xB
Get number of rollers for channel.
Get
Discrete Type 1
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Command
6.0
Function
Op
Response
SYSTEM
6.13
xB
Set number of rollers for channel. Discrete Type 2.
6.14
xC
Get total number of revolutions since last reset.
Get
Discrete Type 4
6.15
xG
Get channel total volume pumped since last reset, mL.
Get
Discrete Type 4
6.16
xJ
Get total time pumped for a channel since last reset.
Get
*
6.17
A
Set control from the pump user interface.
Set
*
6.18
B
Disable pump user interface.
Set
*
6.19
D
Write numbers to the pump to display while under external control.
–String (<17 characters).
Set
*
6.20
DA
Write letters to the pump to display while under external control
–String(<17 characters).
Set
*
E
Returns whether the pump is currently running or not.
Get
+ running
- stopped
6.22
#
Returns the following fields, each separated by a space:
Pump model description: A text field describing the model of pump.
This description may contain spaces.
Pump software version: The version of software currently running
in the pump.
Pump head model type code: A code describing the type of pump
head installed. The first digit represents the number of channels for the
pump, and the second 2 digits represent the number of rollers. XX if
channels do not have the same number of rollers.
Get
String
Discrete Type 1
Discrete Type 1
6.23
)
Returns the pump head model type code–A 4 digit code indicating
the ID number of the pump head. The first two digits represent the
number of channels on the head, and the second 2 digits represent the
number of rollers.
Get
Discrete Type 1
6.24
)
Sets the pump head model type code –An up-to 4 digit code setting
the ID number of the pump head. The first two digits encode the number
of channels on the head, the second two digits encode the number of
rollers on the head. This command sets all roller counts to the same
value. To individually set roller counts for each channel, use the nonlegacy command designed for this operation. Discrete Type 2.
Set
*
6.25
V
Get the current setting for pump time in 1/10 second.
Get
Discrete Type 1
6.26
V
Set the current setting for pump time in 1/10 second. Discrete Type 2.
Set
*
6.21
6.27
VM
Set the current run time setting for dispensing in minutes. Discrete Type 5.
Set
*
6.28
VH
Set the current run time setting for dispensing in hours. Discrete Type 5.
Set
*
6.29
U
Get the low order roller steps. The total number of roller steps which
are dispensed during an operation is computed as:[(u*65536]+(U)].
Get
Discrete Type 3
6.30
U
Set the high order roller steps. Discrete Type 6.
Set
*
6.31
u
Get the high order roller steps. The total number of roller steps which
are dispensed during an operation is computed as:[(u*65536]+(U)].
Get
Discrete Type 3
6.32
u
Set the high order roller steps. Discrete Type 6.
Set
*
6.33
r
Get the current roller step volume based on the current calibration,
tubing diameter and roller count. If no calibration has been performed
the default volume is returned.
Get
Volume Type 1-nl
6.34
r
Set the calibrated roller step volume to use for this pump or channel.
This value is used as the calibrated value and is overwritten by
subsequent calibrations and reset by changing tubing diameter.
Volume Type 2.
Set
*
6.35
000000
Reset the pump to discard calibration data, use default roller step volume.
Set
*
6.36
T
Get the current setting for pause time in 1/10 second.
Get
Discrete Type 1
6.37
T
Set the current setting for pause time in 1/10 second. Discrete Type 2.
Set
*
6.38
TM
Set the current setting for pause time in minutes. Discrete Type 5.
Set
*
6.39
TH
Set the current setting for pause time in hours. Discrete Type 5.
Set
*
6.40
:
Get the total volume dispensed since the last reset in µL, mL or liters.
Get
Parameter 1
String-decimals
Parameter 2
String-units
6.41
*
Saves the current pump settings values to memory.
Set
*
6.42
C
Get the current state of the foot switch.
Get
- open
+ grounded
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16.3 Tube Diameter Index
Index
Tube Diameter (mm)
Index
Tube Diameter (mm)
0
0.13
13
1.14
1
0.19
14
1.22
2
0.25
15
1.30
3
0.38
16
1.42
4
0.44
17
1.52
5
0.51
18
1.65
6
0.57
19
1.75
7
0.64
20
1.85
8
0.76
21
2.06
9
0.89
22
2.29
10
0.95
23
2.54
11
1.02
24
2.79
25
3.17
12
1.09
17. Event Messages
Event messages are asynchronous (unrequested) messages sent by the pump to the PC.
Response Message: Device Command
Fields
Char Width
Event
Indicator
Event
Code
1
1
Data
Parameter
1
[VB]
Data
Parameter
2
[VB]
Variable (optional) 1 (optional) Variable (optional) 1 (optional)
ff
Event indicator: A single caret (^) character (ASCII 0x53) which identifies this message as
an event message.
ff
Event code: A string which identifies a specific type of event.
ff
Data Parameter N—A data value associated with the event. There may be none or
several of these. These will vary by event type.
ff
[VB]—A single vertical bar or “pipe” character to delimit data parameters.
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Parameter
n
[CR]
[LF]
Variable (optional)
1
1
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17.1 Channel stop
This event message is generated when a pumping operation is complete due to the expiration of a time, volume or cycle counter. This event
message is not generated when a stop command is sent to the pump.
ff
Event Code: X
ff
Data Parameter 1: Channel
ff
ff
Description: The channel that the stop event occurred on.
ff
Range: 1–8
ff
Format: A single character representing the channel number.
Data Parameter 2: Cause
ff
Description: The reason that the stop event occurred.
ff
Format: A single character code representing the cause.
ff
A—Pumping complete (expiration of timer or volume limit reached).
ff
B—Calibration pumping complete.
ff
1—Manual (emergency) stop event (user presses stop button on the pump).
ff
2—Over temperature condition.
ff
3—Over current condition.
17.2 Channel status update
This event message is generated periodically for each channel when the pump is on to indicate that the pump is “alive” and responsive. It is also
responsible for providing updates on the state of an in-progress pumping operation.
ff
Event Code: U
ff
Data Parameter 1: Channel
ff
ff
ff
ff
ff
Description: The channel associated with this status update event message.
ff
Range: 1–8
ff
Format: A single character representing the channel number.
Data Parameter 2: Status
ff
Description: The current status of this channel.
ff
Format: A single character representing the status.
ff
A—Pumping
ff
B—Paused between cycles
ff
C—Stopped
ff
D—Calibration pumping
ff
E—Calibration pending (waiting for measured value to be entered)
Data Parameter 3: Time remaining
ff
Description: The time remaining in the current cycle. If pumping, this is the amount of pump time remaining. If paused, this is the
amount of pause time remaining.
ff
Units: seconds
ff
Format: Discrete Type 4
Data Parameter 4: Volume dispensed
ff
Description: The volume which has already been dispensed in the current cycle.
ff
Units: microliters (µL)
ff
Format: Discrete Type 4
Data Parameter 5: Cycles remaining
ff
Description: The number of cycles left to pump. The current cycle is included in
the count.
ff
Format: Discrete Type 2
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18. Examples
18.1 Communication Management
18.1.1 Get serial protocol version
0x![CR]
2[CR][LF
REQUEST
RESPONSE
The protocol version supported the type is version “2,” the version defined in this document.
18.1.2 Event message enable
Get the current enable state of event messages.
Enable event messages.
0xE[CR]
REQUEST
0xE1[CR]
REQUEST
0[CR][LF]
RESPONSE
*
RESPONSE
Event messages are disabled.
18.2 Pump Drive
18.2.1 Start pumping
Start pumping on channel 2:
2H[CR]
REQUEST
*
RESPONSE
18.2.2 Stop pumping
Stop pumping on channel 3:
3I[CR]
REQUEST
*
RESPONSE
18.2.3 Get direction
Get direction of channel 1:
1xD[CR]
REQUEST
K[CR][LF]
RESPONSE
The direction of channel 1 is counter-clockwise.
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18.2.4 Set direction
Set direction to clockwise:
1J[CR]
REQUEST
*
RESPONSE
18.3 Modes and Settings
18.3.1 Operational pumping mode
Get the current mode of channel 1.
The current mode of channel 1 is RPM.
Set the mode of channel 4 to Time.
1xM[CR]
REQUEST
4N[CR]
REQUEST
L[CR][LF]
RESPONSE
*
RESPONSE
18.3.2 Pumping rate (drive speed)
Set drive speed of channel 2 to 123 RPM:
Get the current drive speed of channel 4:
2S012300[CR]
REQUEST
4S[CR]
REQUEST
*
RESPONSE
12.30[CR][LF]
RESPONSE
The current drive speed of channel 4 is 12.3 RPM.
18.3.3 Pumping rate (volume/time)
Set pumping rate of channel 1 to 1.3 µL/min:
1f1300-3[CR]
REQUEST
1300E-3[CR][LF]
RESPONSE
Get current pumping rate of channel 4:
4f[CR]
REQUEST
3250E+1[CR][LF]
RESPONSE
The current pumping rate of channel 4 is 32.5 mL/min.
18.3.4Volume
Set the volume of channel 4 to 300 mL:
Get the volume of channel 2:
4v3000+2[CR]
REQUEST
2v[CR]
REQUEST
3000E+2[CR][LF]
RESPONSE
1300E-3[CR][LF]
RESPONSE
The volume of channel 3 is 1.3 µL.
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18.3.5 Run time
Set the run time of channel 1 to 150 seconds:
1xT00001500[CR]
REQUEST
*
RESPONSE
Get the run time of channel 2:
2xT[CR]
REQUEST
20[CR][LF]
RESPONSE
The current run time of channel 2 is 20 seconds.
18.3.6 Pause time
Set the pause time of channel 1 to 1500 seconds:
1xP00001500[CR]
REQUEST
*
RESPONSE
Get the pause time of channel 2:
2xP[CR]
REQUEST
20[CR][LF]
RESPONSE
The current pause time of channel 2 is 20 seconds.
18.3.7 Cycle Count
Set the cycle count of channel 1 to 23:
Get the cycle count of channel 2:
1”0023[CR]
REQUEST
2”[CR]
REQUEST
*
RESPONSE
20[CR][LF]
RESPONSE
The cycle count of channel 2 is 20.
18.4 Configuration
18.4.1 Tubing Inside Diameter
Set the tubing diameter of channel 1 to 0.13 mm:
Get the tubing diameter of channel 2:
1+0013[CR]
REQUEST
2+CR]
REQUEST
*
RESPONSE
3.17[SP]mm[CR][LF]
RESPONSE
The channel 2 tubing diameter is 3.17 mm.
18.4.2Backsteps
Get the backsteps of channel 2:
Set the channel 1 backsteps to 0:
1%0000[CR]
REQUEST
2%CR]
REQUEST
*
RESPONSE
0[CR][LF]
RESPONSE
The backstep setting for channel 2 is 0.
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18.5 Calibration
18.5.1 Volume (target)
Set the target calibration volume for
channel 4 to 100 mL.
Get the target calibration volume for channel 3.
4xU1000+2[CR]
REQUEST
3xU[CR]
REQUEST
1000E+2[CR][LF]
RESPONSE
1000E+0[CR][LF]
RESPONSE
The target calibration volume for channel 3 is 1 mL.
18.5.2 Volume (measured)
Set the measured calibration volume for
channel 4 to 101 mL.
4xV1010+2[CR]
REQUEST
1010E+2[CR][LF]
RESPONSE
Get the measured calibration volume for channel 3.
3xV[CR]
REQUEST
1020E+2[CR][LF]
RESPONSE
The measured calibration volume for channel 3 is 102 mL.
18.5.3Time
Set the calibration time for channel 1 to 30 seconds.
1xW00000030[CR]
REQUEST
*
RESPONSE
Get the calibration time setting for channel 3.
3xW[CR]
REQUEST
30[CR][LF]
RESPONSE
The calibration time for channel 3 is 30 seconds.
18.5.4 Get time since last calibration
Get the time since channel 3 was last calibrated.
3xX[CR]
REQUEST
03596400[CR][LF]
RESPONSE
Channel 3 was last calibrated 3,596,400 seconds (999 hours) ago.
18.5.5 Start calibration
Start calibration on channel 2.
2xY[CR]
REQUEST
*
RESPONSE
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18.5.6 Cancel calibration in progress
Stop calibration on channel 2.
2xZ[CR]
REQUEST
*
RESPONSE
18.6 System
18.6.1 Get pump firmware version
0([CR]
REQUEST
0114[CR][LF]
RESPONSE
The pump firmware version is 1.14.
18.6.2 Set pump’s temporary display name
Set the pump’s display name to “Reagent A.”
0xNReagent A[CR]
REQUEST
*
RESPONSE
18.6.3 Serial number
Set the pump’s serial number to 12345ABC.
Get the pump’s serial number.
0xS[CR]
REQUEST
0xS12345ABC[CR]
REQUEST
*
RESPONSE
12345ABC[CR][LF]
RESPONSE
18.6.4Language
Set the pump language to German.
Get the current pump language setting.
0xL3[CR]
REQUEST
0xL[CR]
REQUEST
*
RESPONSE
0[CR][LF]
RESPONSE
The current pump language setting is English.
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18.6.5 Channel count
Set the pump channel count to 4.
Get the pump channel count.
0xA0004[CR]
REQUEST
0xA[CR]
REQUEST
*
RESPONSE
3[CR][LF]
RESPONSE
The pump channel count is 3.
18.6.6 Roller count
Set the roller count for channel 4 to 6 rollers.
4xB0006[CR]
REQUEST
*
RESPONSE
Get the roller count for channel 1.
1xB[CR]
REQUEST
12[CR][LF]
RESPONSE
The roller count for channel 1 is 12.
18.6.7 Total Revolutions
Get the total revolutions for channel 3.
3xC[CR]
REQUEST
0000001511[CR][LF]
RESPONSE
The total revolution count for channel 3 is 1511.
18.6.8 Volume total
Get the total volume count for channel 3.
3xG[CR]
REQUEST
0000001511[CR][LF]
RESPONSE
The total volume count for channel 3 is 1511 mL.
18.6.9 Time total
Get the total pumping time count for channel 3.
3xJ[CR]
REQUEST
0000001511[CR][LF]
RESPONSE
The total pumping time count for channel 3 is 1511 seconds.
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18.7 Events
18.7.1 Channel stop
^X2|A[CR][LF]
EVENT
A pump complete event occurred on channel 2.
18.7.2 Channel status update
^U3|A|0000000000|0000100000|0000[CR][LF]
EVENT
Channel 3 is currently pumping. This channel is probably in volume
mode, as volume is the only provided field here. There are 100 mL left
to pump in the operation.
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19. Regulatory Information
19.1 Manufacturing Information
The Declaration of Conformity (DoC) includes the following information:
Requirement
Content
Name and address of manufacturer
See EC Declaration of Conformity
Name and address of person responsible for Technical File
See EC Declaration of Conformity
Place and date of declaration
See EC Declaration of Conformity
Identity of person authorized to sign DoC
See EC Declaration of Conformity
19.2 CE Conformity
This product complies with the European directives listed in the table below. A copy of the Declaration of Conformity is
available on request by contacting ismatec.support@coleparmer.com.
Directive
Title
2006/95/EC
Low Voltage Directive (LVD)
2004/108/EC
Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive (EMC)
2011/65/EU
Restriction of the Use of Certain Hazardous Substances Directive (RoHS)
19.3 International Standards
This product fulfills the requirements of the following standards:
Standard
Symbol
Description
EN 61010-1, IEC 61010-1, UL 61010-1,
CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 61010-1
Safety requirements for electrical equipment
for measurement, control, and laboratory use.
Conforms to UL Std 61010-1. Certified to
CAN/CSA C22.2 Std No. 61010-1.
CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 61010-1
Tested to the requirements of CAN/CSA-C22.2 No.
61010-1, second edition including amendment 1or
a later version of the same testing requirements.
2002/96/EC
EC Directive – Waste Electrical and Electronic
Equipment (WEEE).
EN 61326-1, IEC 61326-1
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None
EMC emissions and immunity requirements for
electrical equipment for measurement, control
and laboratory use.
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19.4 CE Marking
The CE marking and the corresponding Declaration of Conformity is valid for the instrument when it is:
ff
Used as a stand-alone unit, or
ff
Connected to other CE marked instruments, or
ff
Connected to other products recommended or described in the user documentation, and
ff
Used in the same state as it was delivered from ISMATEC®, except for alterations described in the user documentation.
The Declaration of Conformity is valid only for systems that are marked with the CE-marking:
19.5 Connected equipment
Equipment connected to the Reglo ICC should meet the safety requirements of EN 61010-1/IEC 61010-1, or relevant harmonized
standards. Within EU, connected equipment must be CE marked.
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