Automatic biochemistry analyzer CM 200
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230 p/h

Reagent volume

Min.: 0.45 ml (0.02 US fl oz)

Max.: 0.7 ml (0.02 US fl oz)


57 kg, 89 kg (125.7 lb)


57 cm (22.4 in)


80 cm (31.5 in)


48 cm (18.9 in)

Number of sample positions

48 unit

Number of reagent positions

48 unit


​Wiener lab. CM200 is a last generation random access clinical analyzer, which works with a software fully designed for Windows XP®. Sample Tray Primary tubes or sample cups Continuous sample loading Sample pre-dilution Built-in barcode reader Vials size: 20, 30 and 50 mL Programmable volume: - R1: 0 - 700 μL - R2: 0 - 450 μL Standard reagent volume: 200 μL Dispensing System Liquid level detection by capacitive sensor level Collision sensor Internal and external washing system for the dispenser Preheated probe Water consumption: < 1 L/h Reaction Tray 80 washable cuvettes with 0.6 cm light path Heating system with air circulation (30°C and 37°C) Optical System True double beam optical system Interference filters: 340, 405, 505, 550, 570, 590, 650, 700 and 767 nm (380 or 450 optional) Band width: 10 nm Photometric range: -0,1 - 3,5 Abs. (normalized to 1 cm of light path) Halogen lamp: 6V - 20W Analytical Mode End Point, reagent or sample blank end point One and two-points kinetics Immunoturbidimetry Factor, standard or calibration curve Routine, STAT, profiles Automatic dilution of pathological samples or substrate consumption QC: Levey-Jennings charts, Westgard rules Data handling External PC - Printer​ Import / export data, method and results Software for Windows 10 (64 bits) Automatic backup Two avaible USB 2.0 ports Communication Serial port standard communication according ASTM 1394 protocol​


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