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New Idex enhances multi-position valves to improve automated fluid switching

Idex Health & Science Group : 08 February, 2008  (New Product)
Idex Health and Science Group has introduced the stand-alone MX Series II multi-position valves for automated fluid switching and sample injection in the laboratory.
In response to laboratory-user feedback, the MX Series II valves offer new multi-position liquid-end options with a wider range of pressure options and simpler PC connectivity for general laboratory, HPLC, and Fast Chromatography applications.

Designated MXX, MXP and MXT, the new Series II valves offer a choice of three pressure-range platforms:

MXX—Low Pressure, up to 125 psi (9 bar)
MXP—High Pressure, to 6,000 psi (400 bar)
MXT—Fast Chromatography, to 15,000 psi (1000 bar)

To reduce downtime in the laboratory or analytical process, both the MXP and MXT valves feature the Rapid Replacement Pod liquid-end design for easy maintenance. Factory-assembled as a complete unit, the Rapid Replacement Pod is designed to eliminate downtime. The low-pressure MXX valve enables quick connection changes with the patented fitting-less tubing connection system.

Maintaining the small footprint of the original design, the MX Valves can be used in stand-alone configurations by individual users or in combination with analytical instrument systems. For fast and flexible PC connection, the new valve design incorporates Universal Serial Bus (USB), contact closure, serial and Binary Code Decimal (BCD) connection options.

The MX Series II Valves come with TitanMX software and are compatible with standard Chromatography software to enable PC command and control capability.
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