The Nanojet is a modular stereotaxic syringe pump for use in cell biology and neuroscience research. The header pump unit can be mounted on a stereotaxic frame.
NanoJet syringe pump
The Nanojet syringe pump is a sensitive modular stereotaxic syringe pump for use in surgeries and to handle radio active material. The header of this unit is very light – weighing only 525 g and can be detached and placed away from the control box while being connected with a CAT 5 cable. This system is capable of delivering very finite amounts of drug to parts of the brain or for use in microdialysis. Four pump headers can be equipped and controlled by one pump control module. This syringe pump infuses/withdraws microsyringes and can infuse glass and plastic syringes up to 2 ml. The 2010 Nanojet is constructed for MRI use and can be placed up to the 500 Gauss Line.
Bright LCD and Easy-To-Use Menu Interface
A color LCD display and directional keys makes the Nanojet a very easy-to-use syringe pump. Users can set any parameter through a familiar "windows" like environment and change settings from Syringe ID, flow rate, volume and delay time. We also included an internal syringe library that stores syringe dimensions from major manufacturers. The flow rate can be changed while the pump is running.
NanoJet MRI Syringe Pump Specifications
No. of Syringes 1 - 4
Syringe Size 0.5 µl to 1 ml
Dimensions 6.5 × 9.5 × 3 in
Weight 6 lbs
Linear Force 15 lbs
Accuracy/Reproducibility ± < 1%, ± 0.1 %
Min Rate 0.001 µl/h
Max Rate 1 ml/min
Step Resolution 0.135 µm/step
Optional Items: Pump Head (up to 4 per controller)