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Semi-automated Urine Chemistry Analyser
- Reflectance photometry with CMOS camera
- Small footprint and lightweight
- Immediate results – analysis takes < 1 minute
- Convincing clinical values: RBC vs. HGB | mALB | CREA
The new UC-1000 integrates within your urinalysis workflow in many ways. Whether you are looking for a backup for your UC-3500 fully automated system or require a smaller system for processing individual test strip order requests, UC-1000 is equally well suited. You can set it up stand-alone or integrated into your UN-Series solution.
You can choose between different test strips for the UC-1000: strips with 10 or 12 test pads, which can also be read manually thanks to the colour chart on the bottle.
UC-1000’s technology helps to minimise adverse influences on the measurement process and produce consistent results. This is accomplished by capturing and scanning images of the test strips, from which the reflectivity analysis is performed.
Last but not least, UC-1000 includes a complete online training, so you can get everyone trained right away – no need to wait for on-site visits. And its integrated certification function helps you fulfil the documentation demands of accreditation.
|Technology||Multi-wavelength reflectance photometry with CMOS camera|
|Measurement principle||Test strips are fed from the loader to the photo detection unit, where four slightly overlapping images are taken of the test strip, using white LED light and a CMOS camera. A single complete image of the whole test strip is then composed. From this, reflectivity analysis of the test pads is performed.|
|Reagents||Test strips |
|Parameters||Test strip parameters |
|Throughput||Max. 480 samples/h|
|Modular concept solution||UC-1000 becomes a true part of any UN-Series installation, including integration into the rule set that customises your workflow, when you connect it via the UN-Series’ work area manager U-WAM. |
UC-1000 is an equally valuable solution as a stand-alone system – be it in laboratories with a smaller overall urinalysis workload or in a point-of-care setting, such as a GP’s office or on a hospital ward.
Safety data sheets
Regulatory documents, such as Instructions for Use, can be accessed with a valid My Sysmex login:Go to My Sysmex