Randox at AACC 2018 - Booth #3624

Location : McCormick Place, Chicago, Illinois
  Date : July 31st - August 2nd 2018

RX modena

RX-modena-1

The RX modena presents a new class of efficiency without compromising on the reliability, accuracy and precision that the RX series is famed for. With the capacity to run up to 1,200 tests per hour including ISE, combined with the unrivalled RX series test menu, the RX modena helps consolidate all of your assay requirements onto one intuitive platform, offering a winning combination for large, multi-disciplinary laboratories.

Sample Carousel

The RX modena sample carousel provides 94 sample positions and 10 cooled positions for controls and calibrators. A dedicated sample micropipette with liquid level sensor can recognise clot and crash detection, and is also rinsed inside and outside to minimise carry over. An on-board barcode scanner will identify the sample you want to test, rather than having to pre-load the sample details onto the analyser. Likewise, the RX modena reagent carousel has an on-board barcode scanner for automatic reagent identification that will load straight onto the analyser’s software.

Wash Station

The cuvettes on the RX modena go through a 7 stage washing process including acid, alkali and pure water steps. Stations 1-5 have liquid level sensors to prevent cuvette overflows, and with a significantly low water consumption of just 15 litres per hour at peak usage, which is significantly lower than competitor analysers, cost saving is a key factor on why the RX modena is ideal for you laboratory.

Reagent Carousel

The reagent carousel provides 100 positions for 70ml & 20ml bottles which can be cooled between 8-15O. The software on-board RX modena will calculate the remaining reagent volume and tests available, alert the user of any shortages and also identify any expired reagents and calibrations.

Cuvettes

The RX modena has 153 semi permanent reaction cuvettes with cuvette check function, ensuring only clean and viable reaction vessels are reused for testing.
The cuvettes require a reaction volume from as low as 50µl and a maximum of 250µl. This allows the users to test patient samples even if they only have a small sample volume available to them.