A Complete Solution for Your Elisa Assays
Apr 27 2007 Read 1296 Times
Are you looking to economically automate your non IVD ELISA tests? Hamilton Life Science Robotics now offer an ideal, powerful solution with the ELISA STARlet. This new benchtop system offers all parts necessary to perform ELISA assays in one secure housing. In addition to a MICROLAB® STARlet as the central pipetting unit and still featuring all proven STAR line innovations like:
? Monitored Air Displacement pipetting
? CO-RE technology for tip/needle pick-up
? Dual Liquid Level Detection users also get all additional equipment, including:
? 1 platewasher
? 1 incubator for up to 20 plates
? 1 Photometer for results read-out
All integrated in a compact system. The system is equipped with an autoload system that offers increased process safety and allows barcode tracking of samples. Eight individual, independently spreadable pipetting channels for optimized access to different labware like sample tubes and ELISA plates. An internal robotic hand carries out all plate transports from the pipetting position to the incubators, the platewasher and the reader.
The incubator has a capacity for up to 20 plates in 4 different, independently temperature controlled towers. Independent channels for aspiration and dispense with liquid level detection on the platewashing module minimize the risk of contamination. The photometer uses robust LED technology and offers a wavelength range from 340 to 750nm. Users can choose from all STAR line labware and accessories to set up a perfect fit for their needs, including plate/tip stacking modules, needles with needle wash station and the intelligent CO-RE tools like CO-RE gripper and lid-tool.
The dynamic scheduling package of the Hamilton VELISA software ensures optimal resource working-load and allows processing of up to 10 standard ELISA testplates in 7 hours.
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