POC hemoglobin analyzer DiaSpect T Low
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POC hemoglobin analyzer
POC hemoglobin analyzer
POC hemoglobin analyzer
POC hemoglobin analyzer
POC hemoglobin analyzer
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Precise plasma hemoglobin measurement in less than two seconds EKF Diagnostics’ DiaSpect Hemoglobin T Low is designed for the quantitative determination of low levels of hemoglobin in plasma and serum specimens, aqueous solutions, or stored or banked erthrocytes. This hemoglobin analyzer has a measuring range between 0.3 and 30.0 g/L (0.03 - 3.0 g/dL) and, because its based on the standard T analyzer, it delivers laboratory quality results within one - two seconds of the microcuvette being placed into the analyzer. Applications for the DiaSpect T Low hemoglobin analyzer include: To check the quality of stored blood samples. Hemoglobin leakage into plasma is a sign of sample degradation or ageing To establish the degree of purification of plasma samples Research applications The DiaSpect T Low hemoglobin analyzer has a high quality color display with excellent readability and a "magic touch"self-closing cuvette holder, which avoids contamination of the device optics. The microcuvettes have a shelf life of up to two and a half years and can be used until the expiration date, even after opening the bag. This makes them ideal for settings with low test volumes. The microcuvettes are unaffected by humidity or temperature and are therefore particularly suited for use in hot and humid climates. DiaSpect T Low hemoglobin analyzer specifications Easy to use Programmable colour display Automatic self-check between each measurement No additional calibration required Factory calibrated with permanent calibration


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