The PH-41HT is a cartridge style, high-temperature drop-on-demand printhead. It is designed for dispensing fluids from room temperature up to 150°C. The reservoir attaches directly to the dispensing device, forming a replaceable assembly that allows quick change out and storage, permitting multiple fluids to be printed without having to clean or disassemble the printhead. An integrated filter enhances reliability.
A broad range of materials can be dispensed using the PH-41HT, including organic hydrocarbons, optically active, sensor, and other materials. Drop volumes ranging from 5 pL to as high as 0.5 nL can be dispensed.
MJ-AL-HT dispensing device, filter, and reservoir form replaceable cartridge assembly for quick change out and storage, simplifying printing of multiple fluid; all parts cleanable / reusable ; 16 mL capacity 304 stainless steel reservoir, unused fluid recoverable; 1 ml minimum load volume; integrated, replaceable / removable 5µm sintered stainless steel filter ; compatible with Jetlab® II, and Jetlab® 4 family.
MJ-AL-HT devices available in orifice diameters 10-80µm; filter material and pore size selectable; heater element & thermocouple for operation to 150°C. For lower temperature (up 50°C) see PH-41 printhead.
Cartridge style, high temperature drop-on-demand printhead. Includes one stainless steel reservoir.
High-temperature device with Luer fluid fitting, xxx denotes orifice diameter in microns. Includes 5µm sintered stainless steel filter element.
The PH-41HT may be combined with a fluid reservoir and the following components and subsystems to create a functional subsystem.
JetDrive™ V controller, including command set and Windows based stand-alone control program, JetServer™. Includes built in strobe delay & level 02 firmware (complex waveforms).
Pressure / Thermal Controller with one manual pneumatic channel.
Electronic Pressure Controller and Pressure Mode Selector, single channel.
Basic Optics System: CCD camera, power supply, lens, fine focus, mounting block.
Drawings with dimensions
Equipment Selection Guide
A Basic Ink-Jet Setup
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