Dual pumps is a mode of operating two pumps, together to achieve a fluid outcome.

Dual pumps are used to create some form of reciprocating pumping action of a fluid.

The pumps used are standard pumps and are configured in dual pump mode using either a serial connection cable or a ttl logic level cable.

For example. Infuse a fluid into a vessel with one pump. The the second member of the dual pump set withdraws some or all of the infused fluid depending on the application.

Automated Perifusion System

Congratulations and a shout to Prof Savas Kaya et al on the release of their new paper: An Automated Perifusion System for Modifying Cell Culture Conditions over Time In their work they used two syringe infusion pumps to deliver complex patterns of media/nutrients over time to cell cultures. The automated syringe [...]

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Continuous Infusion Pump Set and SyringePumpPro

Continuous Infusion Syringe Pump System If one of your pumps is configured to be the master pump in a Special Application:Continuous Infusion/Dual Syringe Pump System it wont communicate with SyringePumpPro. This is because the master pump takes control of the serial connection to the slave pump via a special synchronization cable CBL-DUAL-3. This [...]

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