Robotic sample preparation system XL100
laboratoryfor liquid handlingweighing

robotic sample preparation system
robotic sample preparation system
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Characteristics

Operation
robotic
Applications
laboratory
Preparation type
for liquid handling, weighing
Configuration
benchtop
Other characteristics
with barcode reader, with decapper

Description

Automates re-array, sample vial weighing, capping, decapping, vial labeling, and data collection for common laboratory vial sizes. XL100 (or XL200) Series Vial Handling Instruments are robotic pick and place vial handling systems used by drug discovery and biotech laboratories. Typical applications include sample receipt processing, vial weighing for compound dissolution, tube weighing for biotech agricultural groups, print and apply vial labeling for all types and sizes, walk-away vial capping and decapping systems, and liquid handling for the widest array of vial based sample processing with built in sample transfer verification. The XL Series can be manufactured with the various modules to meet your group’s automation needs. These include a linear barcode reader to decode barcoded labels wrapped around a vial, a 2D barcode reader for data matrix barcodes on the bottom of vials, an automated balance for weighing applications, a decapper/recapper for screw cap vials, an automated capper for walk-away capping of screw cap vials, an electronic pipette for liquid handling operations, rack transfer station, and the new XL LabelPro for print and apply vial labeling. Vial processing modes include work list, data collection, and tare/gross weighing. For example, the XL software processes vials and collects 1D barcode and weight information. The collected information is then provided in the form of a user defined output file (.csv or .txt).

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