High Productivity, Proven Technology
The AUTION ELEVEN AE-4022 Semi-Automated Urine Chemistry Analyzer is ideal as a standalone analyzer in medium to high volume facilities, as well as a back-up solution for fully automated urine analyzers. The high throughput meets workload demands, the compact footprint saves benchtop space, and the AUTION strip technology provides standardization throughout the healthcare network.
The AUTION ELEVEN AE-4022 provides standardized results across the ARKRAY urinalysis product line using the AUTION Sticks 10EA. The strips are automatically read eliminating tech to tech variability and potential errors.
Easy to Use
The analyzer is simple to operate. In auto start mode, AUTION Sticks 10EA can be continuously placed every 7 seconds minimizing workflow interruptions. Once strips are placed they are automatically aligned to ensure proper placement.
The space saving design makes the AUTION ELEVEN AE-4022 the smallest semi-automated urine chemistry analyzer on the market! It maximizes laboratory space and can be easily transported.
Improved Quality Control
The analyzer features QC lockout capability to ensure compliance. The software can be configured to automatically prompt users to perform QC testing, prevent testing if QC is not performed, and restrict instrument use with Operator ID lockout.
|Test Strips||AUTION Sticks 10EA, packaged 100 / bottle|
|Measurement Technology||Test strips: Dual wavelength reflection photometric method
Single wavelength reflectance for blood
|Color||23 categories of color tone calculated using reflectance|
|Sample loading||Every 7 seconds|
|Data Storage||520 tests|
|Dimensions||Width: 8.3" Depth: 12.9" Height: 6.5"|
|Power Supply||100-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz|
AUTION Sticks 10EA
Where to Buy
No matter the size of your laboratory, sample volumes processed, or supplier or group purchasing contracts, we have you covered.
ARKRAY sells and distributes laboratory equipment, reagents, and consumables, and supplies for the AUTION ELEVEN AE-4022 semi-automated urine chemistry analyzer.