The Precision Pressure Control System P2CS is designed for precise and artefact-free fluid flow in μ-channels and capillaries. The goal is to provide an unparalleled precise control over flow rates and pressures to increase the quality of your measurements.
It achieves fastest and best possible flow control in microfluidics limited only by physical laws. Gentle and ultra constant flow rates (low pressure) do preserve fragile polymers of biological structures in the channels, fast flow rates (high pressure) are used to rapidly exchange fluids and remove dust and air bubbles.
Continuous transition from negative to positive pressures allow e. g. oscillatory flow.
The P2CS is the most compact and lightweight system on the market. It is easy to handle, thus permitting you to put your focus on your research.

Advantages of the system 

Compact and rugged design. Simple to use.
No contact with fluids, no contamination, no cleaning is required. All liquids reside externally on-chip
Pressure range covers negative and positive pressures from ±1 mbar up to 2 bars. A high pressure and low pressure sensor provide high precision and robustness
Resolution down to 1 μbar which corresponds to a water column of 10 μm
Open control interface protocol allows control with LabVIEW, Matlab, VisualBasic and many others (RS232, TCP/IP, USB2, Bluetooth), source code is provided
Optimum of precision and speed

Some Applications 

Dynamic perfusion during experiment (e.g. in electrophysiology)
Stimulation of immune responses or signalling pathways or shear flow
Pressure driven actuation of membranes and molecules
Shear flow assays (cardiomyocytes)
Polymer and nanotube orientation

Frequently asked questions 

What are the advantages compared to other systems?
Why is your system not much more expensive than the competitors system?
Why are response, rise and falling times so important?
How can I characterize the transients of a dynamic system properly?
Why is it arbitrary/not correct to characterize the system with the settling time?
How do we use rise/fall times to characterize the transient dynamics of the P2CS?
What does overshooting mean?
Why do I need two pressure levels?
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