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Area: Clinical Analysis Suite Ac-T diff2
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Platform Name: Coulter Hematology Analyzer
Model/Type: Ac-T diff2
Description: Ac-T diff2 is a Hematology Analyzer that delivers performance, value and safety for laboratories. It's an easy-to-use system that offers a small sample volume in both open and closed analysis modes, a wide operating range and multiple output formats.
The Ac-T diff2 offers a full range of features including:
  • Measures 18 hematologic parameters (RBC, Hgb, Hct, MCV, MCH, MCHC, Plt, PDW, MPV, Pct#, PDW#, WBC, LY#, LY , MO#, MO , GR#, GR )
  • Quick data acquisition (results are obtained within 1 minute)
  • Easy to use system
  • Minimal routine maintenance and high system reliability
  • Wide operating range and multiple reporting styles
  • Automated calibration, quality control evaluation and data storage
  • Data storage of 250 patient results
  • Can perform up to 31 replicates of samples to determine precision
  • Onboard calibration and reproducibility files automate statistical calculations
  • High and low flagging of patient results allows for easier data interpretation
  • Closed vial sampling that accommodates a variety of collection of tube sizes
  • Small, 18uL, sample size in either closed or open vial modes
  • Automated quality assurance functions improve productivity
  • Closed vial sampling for controls and calibrators provides operator safety
Location: PC 02.233
Disclaimer Please note that there are restrictions on the use of the PERFORM Centre's equipment. As such, some items may not be removed from our facilities. For details, please contact the Platform Supervisor.


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Weekend hrs: 00:00 - 24:00


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