Item# ATHPERI-10000

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Athena® 12 Volt Peristaltic Pump

Battery

NOT Included

Battery Clamps

10' Dual Male Cigarette Plug

Designed for the Field Technician in mind!

 

The Athena® peristaltic pump is lightweight and compact. To use, simply attach an external power source such as a 12 volt deep cycle battery to energize the pump. A high performance motor consumes only 3 amps at maximum draw making Athena® peristaltic pump extremely efficient. The rugged Pelican™ 1300 case enclosure is made of impact and corrosion resistant ABS plastic to withstand demanding work conditions. Incorporating the most accurate and precise variable speed controller for consistent flow rates will ensure the technician reliable and consistent sample integrity. Includes a built-in digital display and sealed push buttons that are used to control the Athena® peristaltic pump.

 

Constant Voltage Boosting Technology (CVBT)

 

Proprietary system that boosts a "low voltage battery" to an amazing range of 13.5-14.5 volts when pressing the up and down button. That means faster water discharge rates and more consistent pumping rates. Which in turn makes your next groundwater field sampling event a profit center! 

 

Masterflex Easyload™ 2 pump head design

 

 

 

 

 

Precise Push Button Technology

 

Hook up clamps to an external battery.

 

Super strong - Light weight Pelican™ 1300 case

 

The Athena® peristaltic pump utilizes a Pelican™ 1300 case that lends hand to durability and weighs only 8 pounds. The rugged Pelican™ case enclosure is made of impact and corrosion resistant ABS plastic to withstand demanding work conditions.

 

Tell Me More LCD Display

 

Athena® LCD tells you real time flow control.

That means you will visually see your current

setting on the LCD screen when retrieving a

sample using the Athena® peristaltic pump.

 

Push Button Back Flushing

 

Supplied with a push button reversible flow feature for back-flushing.

 

Low Voltage Disconnect Warning (LVD)

The Athena® has a low voltage disconnect at 11 volts.

In short, the Athena® will shut off automatically if the 

battery output voltage drops to 10.75 volts or lower. In

short, the battery is reaching a “critical low level” so stop

using the unit immediately and please recharge your

battery within 24 hours.

 

Internal Fuse Replacement 

If the Internal Fuse “blows”, it will automatically shut off the pump. This only happens if you should accidentally “reverse polarity” the pump clamps to the battery. The Internal Fuse will need to be replaced with another 20-amp blade fuse. The fuse is simple to replace. Please open panel to replace the fuse it is located on the bottom of the computer board. Unplug the power plug from the battery. Simply unscrew the screws from the panel, then replace fuse. Now, hook up the power plug to the battery terminals again. Turn on the power and the pump is ready to use.

Super fast tubing load times; No more stretching and jamming silicon tubing through the pump head and defiantly no more fiddling with screws to gain access to the pump head. Located on case exterior allowing the user to easily shut the enclosure.

Specifications:

  • Pumps up to 2.5 liters per minute or as low as 40 mL per minute*    

  • Suction lift up to 26 feet  

  • Supplied with one pump head   

  • 10 feet of DC battery clamps to hook up for super long sampling events 

  • Product Dimensions: Depth 9 3/4"x Width 13" x Height 6 3/4"

  • Weight of Product: 8 Pounds

  • Please Note: The proper silicone tubing into the Masterflex Easy Load 2 Pump Head.

       Please use Masterflex or tubing comparable to:

        → MF# LS 15: 3/16"ID X 3/8" OD

        → MF# LS 24: 1/4" ID X 7/16" OD

        → MF# LS 36: 3/8" ID X 5/8" OD

 

Masterflex Easyload™ 2 pump head is a registered trademark of Thermo Fisher Scientific
* Test conducted with 3 feet of size 36 Masterflex™ tubing

OPTIONAL:

 Pumping Depth in Feet                     At 13.5 Volts

DTW (Depth To Water)                  (Flow Rate at 100%)

                                                      Gallons Per Minute

              

               3                                                 0.5

             

             10                                                  0.5

 

             20                                                  0.5

                

             26                                                  0.5

 

             30                                                 N/A

 

 

Test was conducted with a 12 volt deep cycle battery

at 12.5 volts at battery terminals

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