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AQUA SOLUTIONS releases Programmable Remote Dispenser for easy deionized water measurement

Published in Lab Water Purification News
Written by Nicholas Papp

Creation Date Monday, 18 February 2013.

AQUA SOLUTIONS recently released the Programmable Remote Dispenser 2700PRD for the easy and quick delivery of measured volume of deionized water. The dispenser is designed for use on new and existing AQUA SOLUTIONS water purification systems, and can be customized for operation on other systems.


The Programmable Remote Dispenser delivers precise, measured volume of deionized water at the press of a button. After selecting a volume, the operator simply pushes a button to deliver the required amount.


The 2700PRD dispenser is manufactured for repeat operation as its easy-to-select volume is retained in the equipment's non-volatile memory. It also offers versatility with its volume range of 0.1 liters to 100 liters, which can be selected in increments of 0.01 liters. The dispenser will accurately measure volumes over a flow rate range of 0.6 Liters/minute to 5 Liters/minute.


Designed with effortless operation in mind, the Programmable Remote Dispenser requires minimal training. Its controls consist of a three-button keypad and a liquid crystal display. The display shows the selected volume and progress during dispensing. A number of additional features are available through the keypad, including pause and restart during dispensing, cancelling dispensing, and a manual “top-off’ control. An audio beep option is provided to indicate when dispensing has finished. Another audio option will produce beeps if the flow rate is outside the limits for accurate volume measurement.


A USB communication interface is included for connection to a PC. All keypad controls can be performed by a computer, with progress and status information passed back to the computer for display.


Ready for operation in any laboratory all over the world, the Programmable Remote Dispenser is powered by a 12VDC power supply. This low voltage also makes the dispenser safe to use in wet environments.

About the Author

Nicholas Papp

Nicholas Papp

Nicholas Papp has a B.S. in Physics, with Minors in Chemistry and Math, from Baldwin-Wallace College. He is the Vice President and General Manager of AQUA SOLUTIONS, INC., and has worked in the water filtration/purification industry for more than 35 years.