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The Coagulyzer® 100 meets the demands of low- to mid-volume hemostasis laboratories. The analyzer is a compact stand-alone solution which has been designed with a clear focus on being user friendly, reliable and cost effective. The Coagulyzer® 100 offers an excellent analytical performance for clotting, chromogenic and immunologic assays with a throughput of up to 100 PT/hour. Analyticon delivers a complete system with reagents, controls and calibrators. The Analyticon parameters PT, APTT, Fibrinogen, Thrombin Time, D-Dimer, Protein C, Protein S and
Antithrombin Xa can be measured with the Coagulyzer® 100.
Other methods are freely editable by the user.

not yet released in US

More details & features

  • Routine parameters: PT, APTT, Fibrinogen and Thrombin Time
  • Special parameters: D-Dimer, Protein C, Antithormbin Xa, Protein S
  • Touch sensitive color display
  • Multilingual user software
  • Walk-away automation for up to 22 samples and 10 tests per sample
  • Single-use cuvette ring
  • Removable reagent tray for overnight cooling of reagents
  • Reduced daily maintenance

Dimensions 565 x 646 x 310 mm (WxDxH)
Wight 25 kg
Type 2-channel LED photometer with 2 reference channels
Measuring rotor 32 cuvette rotor
Test volume 150 µl (max. 300 µl)
Sample positions 2 x 11 sample positions (primary and secondary tubes), 3 STAT positions
Reagent positions 15 ragent positions, 3 stirred; 2 positions for washer and cleaner
Display Touch sensitive color display
Interfaces 2 x RS232C, 2 x USB, 1 x LAN, ChipCARD reader
External connections External printer via USB interface, external barcode scanner via RS232C (optional)

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  • Can I use other reagents on the Coagulyzer?
  • Can I re-use the cuvettes?
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