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http://www.frankshospitalworkshop.com/equipment/documents/centrifuges/service_manuals/Jouan_CR3i_-_Service_manual.pdf
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The Jouan C3i is a laboratory centrifuge located in the first cupboard in the biolab.
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It has capacity for 6 x 50mL falcon tubes, and has a maximum speed of 10,000 rpm.
  
The tachometer works (at low speed), the microswitches on the lid interlock switch on and off and the control electronics and front panel seem to work.  
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The lid has an interlock requiring it to be powered on to access the rotor cups.
  
There is a connection diagram for the main board on page 2-11 (page 20 in the pdf linked above). The motor drive is powered directly from the mains, separately to the rest of the main board.  
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This equipment requires an induction if you do not have normal experience with these types of centrifuge.
  
Connector J12 (supplying mains power to the motor drive) is badly damaged and I have removed it. This is a three way Panduit brand IDT connector. I think it is an ITW Pancon brand MAS-CON 3.96mm connector (eg. http://uk.farnell.com/itw-pancon/ce156f22-3-d/wire-board-conn-female-3pos-3-96mm/dp/1418234).
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http://www.frankshospitalworkshop.com/equipment/documents/centrifuges/service_manuals/Jouan_CR3i_-_Service_manual.pdf

Latest revision as of 20:55, 15 December 2014

Centrifuge 10,000RPM
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Model Jouan C3i
Sub-category Biohacking
Status Good working order
Last updated 15 December 2014 20:55:13
Training requirement yes
ACnode no
Origin Imperial College
Location Basement, Biohacking lab
Maintainers Biohackers

The Jouan C3i is a laboratory centrifuge located in the first cupboard in the biolab.

It has capacity for 6 x 50mL falcon tubes, and has a maximum speed of 10,000 rpm.

The lid has an interlock requiring it to be powered on to access the rotor cups.

This equipment requires an induction if you do not have normal experience with these types of centrifuge.

http://www.frankshospitalworkshop.com/equipment/documents/centrifuges/service_manuals/Jouan_CR3i_-_Service_manual.pdf