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Scientific Instrument Interfaces

Interfaces

Benefits

  • Integrates and tracks all processing instruments in one system

Features

  • Integrates liquid handling robots, real-time PCR, thermal cyclers, and genetic analyzers
  • Records the instrument bar code, type, model, manufacturer and status
  • Configures the instruments you want to use in selected lab processes, including description, instrument prefix bar code and its current status, whether a system is required or not
  • Makes it easy to prepare sample sheets

Tracking

Benefits

  • Tracks all processing instruments in one system
  • Access maintenance data in one place for all equipment in your lab
  • Define and add your own instruments

Features

  • Tracks liquid handling robots, quantitation instruments (real-time PCR), genetic analyzers, thermal cyclers as well as instruments you define
  • Records the instrument bar code, type, model, manufacturer and status
  • Configures the instruments you want to use in selected lab processes, including description, instrument prefix bar code and its current status, whether a system is required or not
  • Defines maintenance plans and tracks maintenance activities for all equipment in your lab
  • Makes it easy to prepare sample sheets

Supported Instruments

STACS-CW Enterprise integrates with the instruments shown below. If your instruments are not on the list, let us know.

Manufacturer Model
Beckman Coulter Biomek 3000
Bio-Rad iQ5
Hamilton MicroLab 4000, MicroLab 4200, MP4800, STARlet, 2200MPH
Perkin Elmer 9700, Janus
Promega Maxwell 16, Maxwell 16 LEV, Spectrum
Qiagen QIAgility, QIAgility, EZ1, EZ1 Advanded XL, QIAcube, QIAsymphony
Tecan Freedom Evo, Freedom Evo 150, Freedom Evo 200
Thermo Fisher Scientific 310, 3100, 3130, 3130XL, 3500, 3500XL, 3730, 7000, 7500, Veriti

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