Up to 99 pairs of time and speed settings (flow rates) may be programmed in a simple way.

The programming mode is accessed by simultaneously pressing the buttons REMOTE and RUN until and the indication “PGM” appears on display and both directions LEDs (◄|►) are illuminated.

Remark: If you repeat this simultaneous pressing of the REMOTE and RUN buttons, the memory will be cleared and the indication “cLE” will appear on the display. 
To enter the programming mode again, press the REMOTE and RUN buttons again until “PGM” appears.

Figure 2-1: Pressing Remote and Run buttons simultaneously and the "PGM" indication appears.
Figure 2-2: Continuous pressing of Remote and Run button even after the indication of "PGM" ends up with the "cLE" indication.
Figure 2-3: Press the ON/OFF button. The indication “F01” will appear for a short time on the display indicating that you can select the first flow rate (speed setting) value.
Figure 2-4: Set the desired flow rate value for the first program step by pressing the buttons ΛΛΛ below the display (from 0 to 999, corresponding to 0 to 100% of the motor rotation speed).
Figure 2-5: Select the direction of pusher movement (push/pull) using the direction button (◄|►).
Figure 2-6: Press the ON/OFF button. The indication “t01” will appear for a few seconds on the display indicating that you can program the time period of the first step.
Figure 2-7: Select the desired time period for the first program step by pressing the buttons ΛΛΛ below the display (from 000 to 999 minutes or 00.0 to 99.9 minutes).
Figure 2-8: By pressing the (◄|►) direction button, the time resolution can be set in minutes or 0.1 minutes. In the 0.1 minute time resolution a dot is displayed, e.g. “00.1”. The time resolution can be set individually for each program step.
Figure 2-9: Press the ON/OFF button. The indication “F02” will briefly appear on the display.
Figure 2-10: You can now enter the desired flow rate for the second program step.
Figure 2-11: Press the ON/OFF button again. The symbol “t02” will briefly appear on the display.
Figure 2-12: You can now set the time of the second program step.
In a similar way up to 99 program steps can be entered.
Figure 2-13: After having entered the time of the last step, press the ON/OFF button. The flow rate (000) of the next step which will not be programmed appears on the display. For example: “F05”
Figure 2-14: Do not change the flow rate (000). It is not possible to end the program after programming the time data.
The direction LEDs indicate, if you are programming speed or time,
One direction LED is ON: Programming of the flow rate
Both directions LED are OFF: Programming of the time
Figure 2-15: Press both REMOTE and RUN buttons simultaneously and you will see the indication “c01” on the display. This indicates that the program will be executed only once and the syringe pump will stop afterwards.
Figure 2-16: If you wish to repeat the same program 2 times, increase the cycle number to “c02” by pressing the buttons Λ Λ Λ below the display (from 0 to 99 cycles).
The program can be repeated up to 99 times, indicated by “c99”.
If 0 is entered for the cycle number “c00”, the program will run continuously (infinite loop).
Figure 2-17: Press the ON/OFF button again until the indication “End” appears on the display to confirm and save the program.
Figure 2-18: To START the program, press the RUN button. The RUN and ON/OFF LEDs are on.


To stop the running program definitively, press the RUN button. The RUN and ON/OFF LEDs are off.

It is possible to stop the pump by pressing the ON/OFF button, to change the direction and the pusher speed during any running program step. This facilitates urgent replacement of tubing or allows reaction in other emergency situations.

Remark: Do not forget to restore the right direction of the pusher movement and to switch the pump on again (by pressing the ON/OFF button) after you have finished your intervention.

The time basis in the microprocessor is not stopped during this intervention, so that the total time of the running steps and of the whole program will not be affected. When the program step time has elapsed, the pump will automatically go on with the next program step. Thus, the program is not modified by this emergency intervention.

It is possible to review the program by proceeding in the same way as during programming but without modifying it.