Biochemical semi-automatic analyzer Chem 100

Biochemical semi-automatic analyzer Chem 100

Biochemical semi-automatic analyzer Chem 100

 An analyzer of open type, compatible with reagents of both domestic and foreign production. Designed for routine biochemical studies of biological fluids (serum/plasma, blood, urine, etc.).

Chem 100 analyzer has the following technical features:

  • the ability to work with a running cuvette and with a direct reading cuvette;
  • is able to store up to 200 programs and 1000 results of analyzes;
  • 7 main optical filters (+ 2 optional);
  • incubation department at 20 positions;
  • built-in thermal printer;
  • possibility of work from the PC (set by order).

For this analyzer, the manufacturer offers a wide range of self-manufactured reagent kits including enzymes, substrates, lipid analyzers, electrolytes, turbidimetric determinants, drug of abuse detection and drug monitoring kits. In addition, a wide range of controls, standards and calibrators is offered.

Fully open system.

Methods: end point, two points, multi-standard, kinetic, bichromatic, according to blood serum form.

Reading cuvettes: flow cavity and direct reading cuvette.

Memory: capable of storing 200 positions (programs, techniques) that can be enlarged, changed, deleted; and 1000 results of the analysis.

Aspiration volume, μl: 200 - 800.

Reaction volume, μl: 500.

Flow cuvette volume, μl: 32.

Incubator: 20 incubation positions.

Temperature: 25 °C, 30 °C, 37 °C.

Temperature control: ± 0,1 ˚С.

Optical system, nm: interference filters, 340, 405, 492, 510, 546, 578, 620 (you can add 2 filters more).

Wavelength accuracy, nm: 2.

Light source: long-acting halogen lamp at 6V / 10W.

Measuring range: 0 - 3.000 O.D., linearity: ± 2%, accuracy: ± 1%.

Photometric range: 0 - 2.5 A.

Screen: backlit liquid crystal display.

Expansion, mm: 390 x 370 x 180

Printer: built-in thermal printer.

System: Windows XP / 2000.

Power supply: 220V / 50Hz.

Dimensions, cm: 34 x 38 x 18.

Weight, kg: 8.

Development of application adaptations and adjusting of biochemical analyzers for reagents.