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Variable Speed and Fixed Timer Peristaltic Pumps


Item# FPUDVS2005A

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Variable Speed and Fixed Timer Peristaltic Pumps FPUDVS2005A FPUDVS2005A
  • Peristaltic Pump Tube Does Not Require Valves
  • Self Priming
  • High Outlet Pressure Capability of 100 psig on Most Models
  • Improved Pump Head Design
  • Corrosion Proof Polybutylene Terephthalate Housing
  • Tamper Resistant Electronic Control Panel Cover
  • Tube Failure Detection

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Product Specs

Fixed-Timer Control
The FPU2000A Series fixed pumps feed by an analog fixed 60 second timer. The pump can be on for 1 to 60 seconds. All FPU2000A Series have fixed speed outputs and can be adjusted by selecting the pumphead tube size and choosing the desired RPM (revolutions per minute).

Standard Percentage & Digital Percentage Controllers
The FPUVS2000A and FPUDVS2000A Series variable speed pumps are for continuous pumping relatively pulse free, even while adjusting the percentage of output. The variable speed pump requires the use of brushes on the DC motor. Excellent brush life expectancy (2000 hours). An extra set of brushes included with every pump.

The FPUDVS2000A Series will accept any one of three different types of external input signals; 4 to 20 mA, 0 to 10 Vdc, or frequency. The 4 to 20 mA and 0 to 10 Vdc loops must be powered. Two types of frequency inputs, AC sine waves (magnetic coils type outputs) and digital square waves (Hall Effect signals, contact closures), are acceptable. A jumper plug located on the circuit board is factory pre-set for AC sine wave signals, the jumper must be re-positioned when digital square wave signals are being used. All wiring connections are to be made inside of the junction box located on the side of the FPUDVS2000A Series. A liquid tight connector is supplied and should be used for the external signal cable. The signal input wires are color coded to the type of signal being used.

Maximum Working Pressure: 100 psig/6.9 bar (most models)
Maximum Fluid Temperature: 54°C (130°F)
Ambient Temperature Range: -10 to 43°C (14 to 110°F)
Enclosure: NEMA 3R (IP24) (acceptable for indoor use)
Pump Tube Material: Norprene®
Duty Cycle: Continuous
Maximum Solids: 50% by volume
Maximum Viscosity: 5000 Centipoise
Maximum Suction Lift: Up to 9 m (30') water
Turn Down Ratio: 20:1
Power Requirements: 115 V 60 Hz 80 Watts, 220 V 50 Hz 40 Watts, 230 V 60 Hz 45 Watts
Variable Speed: 115 V 60 Hz 40 Watts, 220 V 50 Hz 40 Watts, 230 V 60 Hz 40 Watts
Dimensions: 155.6 H x 257.2 W x 228.6 mm D (6? x 10? x 9")
Variable Speed: 159 H x 254 W x 235 mm D (6¼ x 10 x 9¼")
Weight: 3.6 kg (8 lb)
Tube Connection: Compression barb type (?” ID x ¼" OD)

* Only 220 Vac/50 Hz and 230 Vac/60 Hz models are CE approved.

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IS this resistant to MCH?

Asked by: Donald
Norprene Can't be used with MCH.
Answered by: Donald
Date published: 2019-07-12

Is this pump water proof? Can it be used outdoors?

Asked by: thompson
Thank you for your inquiry about the pump. It is ideal for indoor usage, yet, it has a NEMA 3R (IP24) rating for outdoor use with a degree of protection against falling dirt, rain, sleet, snow, and windblown dust.
Answered by: JC ENGR
Date published: 2021-02-03

IS Norprene Resistant to MCH I can't find any information on how it tolerates MCH

Asked by: Donald
Thank you for your question? It is the responsibility of the end user to check chemical compatibility against the whetted material of the Omega instrument. Unfortunately all applications can be different
Answered by: application engineer je
Date published: 2019-07-15
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