Beckman Coulter - AutoMate 2500 Family Sample Processing Systems
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Features of AutoMate 2500 Family Sample Processing Systems
Minimize manual handling with automated sample loading and sorting * Simplify measuring with through-the-label sample volume detection * Enable fast processing with sorting speeds of 800–1,200 tubes per hour * Reduce manual sample preparation errors and ensure faster, more accurate secondary tube preparation with intelligent aliquoting* and tube labeling * Experience ease of use with intuitive software * Transfer sample to archiving safely and conveniently with recapper technology
Single point of entry * Manage sample tubes from entry into the laboratory until archiving * Re-sort samples for pending test routing or for storage when samples have volume remaining * Sort STATs to separate locations * Provide sorting flexibility with up to 24 dynamically configurable rack locations * Unload and load instrument-specific racks
Tube inspection unit cap color recognition * Validate sample type against test ordered to prevent errors with cap color analysis * Detect the newest generation of coded caps
Volume determination * Gain better sample control with automated measurement of each sample’s volume prior to dispensing into aliquot tube or for storage * Ascertain whether all aliquots can be created through automated measurement of plasma or serum volume * Allow infrared volume detection of up to three layers of labels on the tube with read-through labels
Aliquoting * Process up to 900 total samples per hour * Create up to seven aliquots per primary tube * Measure filling level accurately through conductive tips with graphite fraction * Transfer the proper volume for samples with single or multiple tests * Prioritize aliquots to ensure most critical samples are created first, if sample volume is minimal * Detect clots and route clotted samples for manual processing
Sorting to sample racks * Sort to generic 50-tube racks or analyzer racks to accommodate transfers to instruments, other laboratory sections or send-out test requirements through an open system architecture * Create up to 150 sorting locations by subdividing 1,200-sample capacity and up to 24 generic racks * Freely define and dynamically configure drawers; select the standard 50-position rack or instrument-specific racks * Re-sort samples from personality racks after analysis, either to next analyzer or sample storage; determine routing by duration or user-defined destination
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