Standard F

Fluorescent Immunoassay System

The Standard F Fluorescent Immunoassay System is a multi-parametric, random access system providing accurate and reliable diagnostic results. It is a system that can perform qualitative and quantitative analysis of infections, respiratory diseases and chronic diseases.

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SPECIFICATIONS

 

AVAILABLE TESTS

 

AVAILABLE TESTS

 

Connectivity

  1. Direct LIS/HIS
  2. HL7 v2.6(PCD-01)
  3. POCT1-A

Accurate Result

Take an accurate collection with Fixed volume dropper.

Reliable Result

Provide Calibration Set and Control reagent having more confidence in the result.

STANDARD F Analyzers are qualitative and quantitative fluorescent immunoassay systems and have been designed for easy and reliable measuring of diverse parameters. STANDARD F series offers 3 different models that can be used depending on your workflow requirements. Rapid, highly accurate and reliable results help you to reduce uncertainty of treatment and make better the quality of patients care.

TECHNICAL ADVANTAGES

 

Simple and easy to use
Familiar lateral flow test platform

Europium-based fluorescent chemistry
Large Stoke’s shift permits sensitive fluorescence detection and narrow emission peak permits mutiplex detection.

Random access and No-coding via 2D barcode system
Automatic strip recogrecognition (item, Lot No., serial No., coding information, expiry date)

Internal quality control
The control line checks that the test has progressed completely and correctly.

Time saving by early detection
In case of high titer samples, the analyzer automatically shows the test results in 1.5 minutes.(Influenza A/B)

Name Awareness
Double check barcode ID read by STANDARD F Analyzer and patient ID with naked eye to avoid confusion.

SIMPLE TEST PROCEDURE

STILL TO COME

  • HIV
  • HCV
  • HBsAg
  • Malaria Ag
  • C.diffidle A/b GDH
  • Vitamin D
  • Cystatin C
  • TNI
  • CK-MB
  • hs-CRP
  • TSH
  • AFP
  • CEA
  • PSA
  • FOB 

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