Reaction Modules Qmix Q

Tempering- / Reaction Modules

Reaction Modules Qmix Q

Heating Module Qmix Q+ with Reaction Loop

Reaction Module for Various Micro-Reactors

We offer our Qmix Q+ heating modules with different setups and combinations of heating zones and temperature-controlled dwell sections for glass chips, mixers and microreactors. The Qmix Q+ reaction module for tube coils combines two independently controllable heating zones for temperatures up to 200°C. The first heating zone can be used to heat various glass chips or glass micro-reactors to temperatures of up to 200°C.

Heating module Qmix Q+ Tube Coil

Apart from this heatable reactor zone for glass chip, mixers and micro-reactors, this heating module features an additional second heating zone, which is configured as a tube dwell zone of variable length. The dwell zone is designed for the use of flexible tubes (preferably PTFE). This second heating zone is fitted with its own, dedicated heat control circuit, which makes it possible to heat it and control it accurately and independently from the reactor zone.


Heating Module Qmix Q+ Heating Column

For Temperatures of up to 200° C

The Qmix Q+ Heating Column module features two independently controllable heating zones for temperatures of up to 200°C. The first heating zone can be used to heat various glass chips or glass micro-reactors. Apart from this heatable reactor zone for glass chips, mixers and micro-reactors, the heating module features an additional second heating zone.

Heating module Qmix Q+ Heating Column

Variable Length Dwell Zone

With dedicated Temperature Control

In this module the second heating zone is a column that makes it possible to create a dwell zone from a variable-length coil. The coil can be made from flexible tubes or metal tubing. The column is heat-insulated by way of an insulation sleeve. To improve heat transfer to the tube, the gap between heating column and insulation sleeve can be filled with a heat-conducting liquid, such as silicone oil.


Reaction Module Qmix Q-

Heating and Cooling Glass Chips, Mixers and Micro-Reactors

The Qmix Q- module lets you heat or cool glass chips, mixers or micro-reactors in a temperature range from -10°C to +100°C. The heart of this module is a controlled, thermoelectric peltier element to precisely cool or heat the reactor zone. This makes it possible to cool the reactor zone to 30 Kelvin below room temperature without the need for an external cooling circuit or cold water supply.

To improve the cooling performance, the module can be connected to an external cooling circuit, which will enable you to achieve significantly lower temperatures.


Qmix Microreaction System with Qmix Q + Heating Module

Reactor Modules for all neMESYS and Qmix Systems

Plug it in, set it up and start working

The Qmix Q+ modules let you expand your existing neMESYS dosing system or your existing Qmix flow chemistry system with reaction modules or create a completely new micro-reaction system in a very simple way. Using the neMESYS interface and neMESYS plug system, multiple reactor modules can be combined and expanded with additional modules, such as pressure measuring or valve modules. In this way you can use our module kit to build your own flow chemistry system.


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QmixElements Controller Plugin Screenshot

QmixElements Controller Plugin

Manual and Automatic Temperature Control

The QmixElements controller plugin provides a graphical interface for the configuration and visualization of all control circuits in your system. All circuits are laid out clearly, so you can easily activate or deactivate individual controllers or adjust target values. You can change the names of controller channels at any time and thereby adapt them to the requirements of your application or test setup, quickly and easily. Any changes you made remain in effect, even after closing the program.

The script functions of the controller plugin let you modify or adjust the temperature settings of your control circuits through a script, making it possible to create time-controlled temperature curves or cyclical temperature changes quickly and easily.


Configuration dialog for dynamic control channels

Create your own PID Controller Channels

For pressure-controlled Dosing and much more

The QmixElements controller plugin supports you in the creation of your own control circuits. Simply select an input value for the controller (e.g. current value of a pressure sensor) and an output value (e.g. target flow rate for a syringe pump) and then configure the PID control parameters – and there you are: your own pressure-based pump control circuit. The graphical real-time display of target value, current value and other control parameters helps you tune controllers for optimum performance.


Process data graph with recorded controller parameters

Recording Control Parameters in Real-Time

Visualize, Analyze, Optimize…

In QmixElements you can record the values of all analog and digital inputs and outputs in the form of curves or CSV-files. This lets you visualize temporal changes of process data live and in real-time. At the same time, this visualization helps you optimize your control circuits. You can configure the recording through drag & drop and save diagrams in various different formats (PNG, JPG, PDF…). Using CSV-files, recorded measurement values can be analyzed or graphically processed conveniently in Excel or any other analysis software of your choice.


QmixElements Software

QmixElements Software

Laboratory automation platform

The QmixElements software is a comprehensive, plugin-based, modular software solution for the control of all cetoni devices via a common graphical user interface. The software consists of a core that provides the basic features and services, such as the application window, the event log or the tool bar.

Qmix SDK Controller Library

Windows 32-bit / 64-bit DLLs

The functions of the controller library make the incorporation of Qmix controller modules (e.g. Qmix Q+ or Qmix Q-) very easy. All functions are supplied through a Windows DLL (32-bit / 64-bit), enabling easy and inexpensive integration into all 32-bit and 64-bit Windows development environments supporting the use of DLLs. These are some of the things you can do with the controller library:

  • Write target values (e.g. target temperature)
  • Read current values (e.g. current pressure)
  • Activate / deactivate control circuits
  • Create dynamic control circuits
  • Set control circuit parameters (e.g. PID-parameters)

Qmix SDK Pump Library LabVIEW VIs

Qmix SDK LabVIEW Kit

Full LabVIEW Integration

The LabVIEW kit lets you launch the control of our tempering and reactor modules from your LabVIEW application immediately. You will get virtual instruments (VIs) to access all of the important device and control circuit parameters. Using analog and digital I/O libraries, you also have direct access to the modules’ input and output channels. This lets you create your own control circuits using the libraries already included in LabVIEW (PID & fuzzy logic toolkit).

Highlights

  • Clearly laid out grouping and color coding of VIs according to their function
  • Can be used with all other Qmix SDK libraries (pump, valve, motion control...)
  • LabVIEW-conformant troubleshooting
  • Sample VIs for quicker introduction
  • Supports 32 and 64-bit LabVIEW versions

Qmix SDK

Qmix Software Development Kit (SDK)

For integration of cetoni devices into custom applications

The Qmix SDK is a powerful software package that allows developers to integrate their Qmix system and its various modules into their applications. Central to the Qmix SDK are device-specific libraries that provide the programming interface (APIs) for each Qmix module (neMESYS pumps, rotAXYS and neMAXYS positioning systems, Qmix IO, etc.).

Qmix Q+ Tube Coil

Performance Data

Max. Heating Temperature 200 °C
Fluidic Connections ¼“-28 UNF
Reactor Area (L x W) 40 x 40 mm
Reaction Loop (length) approx. 15 m (1/16" OD)
Reaction Loop (Material) PTFE / PEEK / Metal (1/32" - 1/8")

Electrical Data

Power Supply Voltage 24 V DC
Power Consumption max. 250 W

Mechanical Data

Dimensions (L x W x H) 310 x 75 x 175 mm
Weight 1,8 kg

Environment

Operating Temperature 0 - 50 °C
Storaging Temperature -20 - 75 °C
Operating Air Humidity 20 - 90 %, non-condensing
Storaging Air Humidity 20 - 90 %, non-condensing

Qmix Q+ Heating Column

Performance Data

Max. Heating Temperature 200 °C
Fluidic Connections ¼"-28 UNF
Reactor Area (L x W) 40 x 40 mm
Reaction Loop (length) 1 m (1/16" OD)
Reaction Loop (material) PTFE / PEEK / Metal (1/32" - 1/16")

Electrical Data

Power Supply Voltage 24 V DC
Power Consumption max. 160 W

Mechanical Data

Dimensions (L x W x H) 310 x 75 x 90 mm
Weight 1,3 kg

Environment

Operating Temperature 0 - 50 °C
Storaging Temperature -20 - 75 °C
Operating Air Humidity 20 - 90 %, non-condensing
Storaging Air Humidity 20 - 90 %, non-condensing

Qmix Q-

Performance Data

Max. Heating Temperature 100 °C
Min. Cooling Temperature (without external cooling circuit) ca. 30 Kelvin below ambient temperature
Fluidic Connections ¼“-28 UNF
Reactor Area (L x W) 40 x 40 mm

Electrical Data

Supply Voltage 24 V DC
Power Consumption max. 80 W

Mechanical Data

Dimensions (L x W x H) 310 x 98 x 90 mm
Weight 2.1 kg

Environment

Operating Temperature 0 - 50 °C
Storage Temperature -20 - 75 °C
Operating Air Humidity 20 - 90%, non-condensing
Storage Air Humidity 20 - 90%, non-condensing

Do you have questions about our products or do not yet fully know how to put your idea into practice? Please contact us! We are happy to help you.

Christian Kirscht

We look forward to speaking with you!

Christian Kirscht

Sales & Application Manager

+49 (0) 36602 338-26

christian.kirscht@cetoni.de