KDS 310 Plus Manual

KDS 310 Plus Manual
Model 310 Plus Series
User’s Manual
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Table of Contents
SUBJECT
PAGE #
General Safety Summary
Technical Specifications
Features
Keypad Functions
Operating Instructions
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4
5
6
Power Switch
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Main Menu
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Syringe Diamter Entry
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Volume Entry
8
Flowrate Entry
8
Start the Pump
9
Power Failure Mode
9
Change or Review Volume Setting While Running
10
Change or Review Rate Setting While Running
10
Fast Forward/Fast Reverse
10
Loading the Syringe
NV Ram Failure
Fuses
Voltage Selector
Maintenance
Flowrate/Syringe Diameter Table
Model Numbers
Limited Warranty
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General Safety Summary
Please read the following safety precautions to ensure proper use of your syringe
pump. To avoid potential hazards and product damage, use this product only as
instructed in this manual. If the equipment is used in a manner not specified by the
manufacturer, the protection provided by the equipment may be impaired.
To Prevent Hazard or Injury:
Avoid Exposed Circuitry
Do not touch any electronic circuitry inside of the product.
Avoid Pinch Hazard
A pinch hazard may exist between the Pusher Block and the End Blocks. Avoid
placing fingers between these points while the pump is running.
Do Not Operate with Suspected Failures
If damage is suspected on or to the product do not operate the
product. Contact qualified service personnel to perform inspection.
Ground the Product
This product is grounded through the grounding conductor of the power cord. To
avoid electric shock, the grounding conductor must be connected to earth ground.
Before making any connections to the input or output terminals of the product,
ensure that the product is properly grounded.
Make Proper Connections
Make sure all connections are made properly and securely.
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General Safety Summary
Observe all Terminal Ratings
Review the operating manual to learn the ratings on all connections.
Orient Equipment Properly
Do not position the equipment such that it is difficult to reach the
disconnecting device.
Place Product in Proper Environment
Review the operating manual for guidelines for proper operating environments.
Use Proper Fuse
Use only specified fuses with product.
Use Proper Line Cord
Use only the line cord shipped with the product and make sure the line cord is
certified for the country of use.
Observe all Warning Labels on Product
Read all labels on product to ensure proper usage.
CAUTION
Refer to Manual
Protective
Ground Terminal
CAUTION: This pump is not registered with the
FDA and is not for clinical use on human or veterinary
patients. It is intended for research use only.
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Technical Specifications
Model
310 Plus
Syringe Size
1 - 250 microliter
Electrical Rating
Model 115V~, 0.1A
CE model 230V~, 0.06A
Fuse
5 x 20 mm, 250V~, slow blow, 0.1A
Voltage
Operating Range
Model 100-120V~, 50/60Hz
Drive Mechanism
Microprocessor controlled stepper motor (½ microstep),
leadscrew
Force
2 Ibs (minimum)
Pusher Advance per
Half Step
1.58 microns
Step Rate Min/Max
One ½ step every 4 sec / 916 ½ steps/second
Flowrate Range
0.001 - 363.7 µl/min [0.5 - 250 µl syringes]
Dimensions
9 x 6 x 3 in (23 x 15.25 x 8 cm) controller
7.31 x 1.7 x 2in (18.6 x 4.4 x 5.1 cm) injector
Weight
4.5 Ib (2 kg)
CE model 200-240V~, 50/60Hz
Atmospheric Specs
Temperature 4˚ C - 40˚ C (40˚ F - 104˚ F)
Humitidy 20% to 80% RH, non-condensing
Mode of Operation
Continuous
Classification
Class I
Pollution Degree
2
Installation Category
II
Output
N/A
Physiological Effects
N/A
Cooling Conditions
No special considerations
Mechanical Stability
No special considerations
Protective Packaging
No special considerations
Earth Terminals
No External connections required
Removable Protective
Means
N/A
Supplier Name
KD Scientific Inc.
Address
84 October Hill Road, Holliston, MA 01746
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Features
The Model 310 Plus is an infusion/withdrawal syringe pump designed to hold glass
syringes [Hamilton] from 1 to 250 microliters.
Setup and pump operation is extremely simple. A menu, displayed on an
alphanumeric LCD “prompts” the operator to make the necessary selections using
the keypad for choice of features and numerical entries.
The internal diameter of the syringe is used by the control program to calibrate
the pump and deliver the volume and flow rate selected. For simplicity the syringe
diameter is also used to set automatically the volume and flow rate units.
The syringe diameter can be entered directly or the syringe can be identified from
a table of syringes held in memory. When the syringe is selected from the table the
diameter is entered automatically.
Two dispense modes are available:
a.
Dispense volume mode in which the pump keeps track of the volume dispensed and automatically stops the pump when a set target volume is reached.
b.
Run mode where the pump runs at the set flow rate until manually stopped.
In the event of a power interruption during operation, the pump can be
programmed to either resume operation or remain stopped when power is
returned.
For convenience, all pump settings are stored in non-volatile memory to minimize
the number of setting changes required.
Important: The KDS 310 Plus injector and controller are not interchangeable with
the KDS 310.
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Keypad Functions
↙
This key has two functions:
a.
Moves the display to the left.
b.
Causes the numerical entry to decrease. To change the displayed number by a single unit press and release the key quickly. If the key is pressed longer the number changes with increasing speed.
This key has two functions:
a.
Moves the display to the right.
b.
Causes the numerical entry to increase. To change the displayed number by a single unit press and release the key quickly. If the key is pressed longer the number changes with increasing speed.
This key has three functions:
a.
Return to main menu when pressed repeatedly.
b.
Selects the pulsing or “highlighted” feature of the main menu display.
c.
Enter numerical values.
This key has two functions:
a.
Turns the motor on and off.
b.
Acts as a “pause” during a dispense.
↗
select
run/stop
DISPLAY
After the pump is programmed an arrow on the right side of the display indicates the
direction of operation. This arrow pulses when the pump is running.
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Operating Instructions
POWER SWITCH
The power switch is located at the right, rear corner of the pump. When the power
is turned on the LCD will display the Volume or Rate setting. Press the select key to
return to the main menu.
MAIN MENU
Pressing select repeatedly will always return the display to the main menu. The
main menu consists of five variables, three of which are displayed at all times. The
center variable pulses to indicate that this option can be reviewed or changed. The
menu acts as a continuous loop and the arrow keys, ↙ ↗ are used to move around
the loop. The variable to be changed can be selected with the select key.
←→
pwr up
←→
run/stop
←→
vol
table
←→
syr dia
mfr, size
←→
dispense vol µl
inf
dia
←→
direct entry
syr dia (mm)
←→
infuse
wdrw
←→
rate
flowrate
←→
withdraw
SYRINGE DIAMETER ENTRY
Syringe diameter must be entered for automatic internal calibration. Once the
diameter is entered, it is retained in non-volatile memory and need not be entered
again unless the syringe being used is changed. When a syringe diameter is changed
the Volume and Rate settings are set to zero.
There are two methods of diameter entry.
a.
Internal Library
Select TABLE from the main line menu. The table of syringes is organized
by manufacturer and then by size. Use the arrow keys to scroll through the
table and the select key to enter the correct setting.
First, scroll through the manufacturers and select the manufacturer of the
syringe used. The menu will next display either syringe type or syringe size.
Again, use the arrow keys to move through the table until the correct
size is displayed. Press the select key when the correct syringe size is
displayed. This automatically enters the internal syringe diameter.
See Table of Syringe Diameters for the syringe library.
b.
Direct Entry
From the main menu select DIA. The display will read “xx.xx mm”. Use
the arrow keys to display the measured internal diameter of the syringe in
millimeters and enter with the select key.
Changing the diameter clears the Volume and Rate settings, and the
display will now prompt for the new Volume setting.
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Operating Instructions
VOLUME ENTRY
The volume setting mode is selected from the main menu or is displayed
automatically after changing the diameter.
Display reads: xx.xx µl (Units displayed in µl)
1.
Use the arrow keys to enter the dispense volume required.
2.
When the correct dispense volume is displayed save this number with the select key.
Note: If no target dispense volume is required, enter volume = 0.0. The pump will
run at the set flowrate until stopped manually or a stall occurs.
3.
After setting a volume the menu prompts for the flowrate setting. When the pump runs, the actual dispensed volume will be displayed and will increment until the set volume is reached, at which time the pump will stop automatically.
FLOWRATE ENTRY
RATE can be selected from the main menu or will be displayed automatically after
the volume setting.
The display reads: Rate: X.X µl/min
Rate units are µl/h or ml/h, microliter or milliliter/hour and are selected
automatically according to the syringe diameter.
1.
Use the arrow keys to display the flowrate required.
2.
Enter the rate with the select key.
3.
If the rate entered is out of range, a message is displayed.
To continue, enter a lower rate or select a larger syringe.
Note:
a.
If a dispense volume was set then the display will now change to “Volume : 0.0” ,that is, in automatic dispense mode.
b.
When the pump runs, the actual dispensed volume will be displayed and will increment until the set volume is reached, at which time the pump will stop automatically.
If no dispense volume is set, the LCD displays the set flowrate and, when running, the directional indicator arrow will pulse.
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START THE PUMP
a.
Press the run/stop key to start the pump. A second press will stop the pump.
b.
If the pump is stopped during a dispense, the volume accumulator is not cleared - the dispense is paused. Restarting the pump with a second press of the run/stop key continues the dispense to the target volume.
POWER FAILURE MODE
If there is a temporary power interruption, when no dispense volume is selected,
the Power Up run/stop option allows the pump to either resume the dispense
when the power returns, or remain stopped but display a message warning of the
power failure.
1.
Move the main menu to the right and select PWR UP.
2.
The display will read Power Up Run (or STOP). Use the arrow keys to
change display and select the required option.
Run
After power is returned, the pump resumes normal operation. The
display flashes PowerFailed to acknowledge a power interruption.
Press Select to display the Rate.
STOP
Pump does not run when power returns. The LCD displays the rate
setting.
If a dispense volume is entered the power interruption stops the pump, clears the
volume accumulator and returns the volume to the setpoint. Only if the power
failure setting is “run” will the power failure warning be displayed.
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Operating Instructions
CHANGE OR REVIEW
VOLUME SETTING WHILE RUNNING
While the pump is running it is possible to look at the volume and flowrate settings
without interrupting the operation of the pump. If required, the volume and
flowrate settings can be changed while the pump continues to run. When the
changes are entered the pump immediately changes to the new settings.
1.
While operating, press select to return to the main menu.
2.
Select Volume to display the set dispense volume. If no change is required press select.
3.
For a volume change use the arrow keys and enter with the select key.
4.
The display moves to RATE, permitting a change if required. Press select if no change is required, or use the arrow keys to change the setting. The select key immediately changes to the new flowrate and the volume display continues to increment, uninterrupted to the new dispense setting.
Note:If the VOLUME is changed to a setting smaller than the volume already
accumulated then the pump stops when the new, smaller dispense volume is
selected.
CHANGE OR REVIEW RATE SETTING WHILE
RUNNING
1.Press select to change the volume accumulator display to the main menu.
2.
Select RATE.
3.
Make rate changes, if required, and press select.
The pump immediately changes to the new flow rate and displays the continuing volume accumulation uninterrupted by the change in flowrate.
FAST FORWARD/FAST REVERSE
Press the run and the → keys simultaneously to actuate the fast forward mode
(or the run and ← key to actuate the fast reverse mode). The pump travels at its
maximum rate while both keys are pressed simultaneously.
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Loading the Syringe
Raise the spring loaded syringe clamp and rotate away from the syringe barrel.
Using the fast forward/fast reverse feature position the pusher block so that the
syringe plunger and syringe barrel will fit into the syringe holder and pusher block.
Place the syringe barrel in the V of the syringe holder, making sure that the flange
of the syringe barrel is positioned between the two upright posts, and lower the
syringe plunger knob into the pusher block. Rotate and release the syringe clamp to
hold the syringe in place.
Syringe Clamp
Pusher Block
NV Ram Failure
If the settings in the non-volatile memory become corrupted the display will read
“NV Ram Failure” and the pump will not operate.
To recover from this condition the pump must be powered down and then turned
on again. The pump will be re-initialized to the default settings and can now be
programmed as normal.
A second method of clearing the “NV Ram Failure” is to press select and then enter
a changed rate setting.
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Fuses
The fuses are located in the power entry module on the rear panel. The linecord
must be first removed to gain access to the fuse holder.
FUSES
5x20mm, 250V~ slow blow, 0.1A
Voltage Selector
If it is necessary to change the input voltage selection, disconnect the line cord
from the entry module on the rear panel. Use a flat bladed screwdriver to open the
Fuse Holder access door. Remove the Fuse Holder, flip over, and reinstall. Close the
access door. The new input voltage selection should be visible through the door
window. Install a proper line cord certified for the country of use.
Fuse Holder
Maintenance
Maintenance is required only for the moving mechanical parts which should be kept
clean and lubricated. Occasionally, a small amount of light machine oil should be
applied to the guide rods and a small amount of grease or oil to the leadscrew.
Solvents of any type should never be used to clean the pump. A mild detergent
solution may be used to clean the keypad.
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Flowrate/Syringe Diameter Table
TABLE 1
Syringe
Min µ/min
Max µ/min 700 Series
Hamilton ID mm
1700 Series
Hamilton ID mm
0.5 µl
0.001
0.726
0.103
N/A
1.0 µl
0.001
1.46
0.146
N/A
2.0 µl
0.01
2.907
0.206
N/A
5.0 µl
0.01
7.282
0.343
N/A
10.0 µl
0.01
14.56
0.485
0.46
25 µl
0.01
36.41
0.729
N/A
50 µl
0.1
72.60
1.03
N/A
100 µl
0.1
145.6
1.458
N/A
250 µl
0.1
363.7
2.304
N/A
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Model Numbers
Legacy Model
KDS 310 Plus
Order Code 110 VAC
78-0311
Order Code 220 VAC with CE Mark
78-9311
Notes:
KDS 310 Y suffix: Integrated footswitch capability.
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Limited Warranty
KD Scientific Inc. warrants to the first consumer purchaser, for a period of one year
from the date of purchase that this unit, when shipped in its original container,
will be free from defective workmanship and materials and agrees that it will, at its
option, either repair or replace the defective unit.
This warranty does not extend to misuse, neglect or abuse, normal wear and tear,
accident, modification or unauthorized repair.
KD Scientific will not be liable or in any way responsible for any incidental or
consequential economic or property damage. Some States do not allow the
exclusion of incidental or consequential damages, so the above exclusion may not
apply to you.
There are no implied warranties of merchantability, or fitness for a particular
use, or of any other nature. Some states do not allow this limitation on implied
warranty, so the above limitation may not apply to you.
If a defect arises within the warranty period contact KD Scientific Inc. (see address
below).
The customer is responsible for shipping charges and must first obtain a Return
Material Authorization number (RMA) before the unit will be accepted. If a
replacement unit is issued it is covered only for the remainder of the original
warranty period dating from the purchase of the original device.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights. You may also have other rights which
vary from state to state.
Note: This pump is not registered with the FDA and is not for clinical use on patients.
Syringe pumps are manufactured by:
KD Scientific Inc.
84 October Hill Road
Holliston, MA 01746
phone:508.429.6809 | fax: 508.893.0160
email: info@kdscientific.com
www.kdscientific.com
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Declaration of Conformity
Manufacturer: KD Scientific Inc.
84 October Hill Rd.
Holliston, MA 01746-1388 U.S.A.
Phone: (508) 429-6809
We herewith declare that the following product:
Product Name:
Model 310 Plus Syringe Pump
Model Numbers:
KD310 Plus
To which this declaration relates, is in conformity with the applicable
EC Directives, harmonized standards, and other normative requirements:
Application of
Council Directive(s):
2006/95/EC, 89/336/EEC
Standard(s) to which
Conformity is Declared:
Safety:IEC 61010-1:2012 Ed. 3
Emissions/Immunity:
EN 61326:1997 w/ A1:1998 and A2:2001
EN 61000-4-2:1995
EN 61000-4-3:1995
EN 61000-4-4:1995
EN 61000-4-5:1995
EN 61000-4-6:1996
EN 61000-4-11:1994
EN 61000-3-2:2001 w/ A.14
EN 61000-3-3:1995
EMC and Safety compliance were evaluated by Intertek/ETL Semko
Reference test report file numbers: 3086793 .Box.001 & .Box.002 and 101450664 .Box.003
Signature:
Mark Davis, Director, Global MPE
Date: 7/29/14
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