Ferritin Quantitative Test

CLi-1600

Chemiluminescence immunoassay technology (CLIA) has proven to be highly effective in multiple contexts due to its features of full automation, convenience, and high accuracy and sensitivity. Biotime provides chemiluminescence immunoassay analyzers that can help health professionals to get reliable and accurate results and to ensure high-quality patient care. CLi-1600 semi-automated device which quantifies biomarkers for thyroid disease, inflammation, cardiac diseases, fertility, diabetes mellitus, bone metabolism, tumor, infectious disease, anemia, and health check by analyzing human serum, plasma and whole blood.

Product Detail


Advanced Technology

Luminescent Oxygen Channeling Immunoassay


Cutting edge Compact Design

Throughput: up to 120 Test/hour


Smart Workflow

16 simultaneously running channels


Tiny Input Unimaginable Output

Max 20μl sample volume more than 100 various biomarkers eventually



Specifications


Principle

Chemiluminescence Immunoassay

Reader

Photon multiplier tube (PMT)

Specimen Type

Whole blood/ Serum/ Plasma

Sample Volume

Whole blood: 20 μL

Serum / Plasma: 10 μL

Sample Position

16 channels

Throughput

Up to 120 test/hour

Wavelength

680 nm

CV

 2%

Screen/Display

10.1" color touch screen,

Win10 operating system

Printer

Built-in Thermal Printer or external device

Dimensions

312mm × 382mm × 345mm

Weight

10.5 kg

Data Storage/Memory

50000


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