Automatic sample processor AP 16 IF ELITE
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automatic sample processor
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Characteristics

Operation
automatic
Applications
IFA
Preparation type
washing, incubation, dilution
Configuration
benchtop
Preparation format
microarray slide

Description

AP 16 IF ELITE is an innovative and fast processor able to tun 16 IFA slides, it is equipped with a sliding-sample barcode reader and a camera for the slide bar code reading. Reliable and manufactured with the latest technologies, it is able to carry out: sample dilution, sample and reagent dispense, incubation times and slide well washing with accuracy and precision. TECHNICAL FEATURES Built-in barcode reader: - for samples, controls and reagents; barcode reader for slides (optional) Average throughput: - 192 wells in a run with incubation times of 30 + 30 minutes Sample trays: - 180 sample tubes Ø13 mm or 135 sample tubes Ø16mm; combination of them can be used in the same run Supplied trays: 264 positions for dilution cups; 16 postions for IFA slides; 20 controls; 8 conjugates (7 in case of Blue Evans dye) and 1 cleaning solution for the probe; 2 diluents for samples External liquid tanks: - 2 washing buffers for slides, wash and waste tanks, all equipped with level sensors Slide washing: - Wells are washed one by one to avoid carry-over Washing modes: multi-well, continuous flow or drop by drop for specific washing effectiveness Liquid handling: - 2 probes: one to dispense an dilute, the second to aspirate from wells Sample dilution time: - 20s with 2 ml of washing solution Sample dispense time: 11s per campione con 2 ml di lavaggio Dispense: - CV <0.1%, inaccuracy 1% at 100µl Aspiration - CV <0.3%, inaccuracy 1% a 100µl; minimum volume 5µl, resolution 1µl Syringe: volume 1000µl, resolution 1µl

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