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Immunology analyzer Mago 4

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•    Open immunoanalytical system - Custom/user programmable channels
•    Automation of  ELISA, IFA and agglutination tests processing simultaneously in one batch
•    104 samples, barcodes, disposable tips
•    Performs up to 12 ELISA tests (on 4 microplates), or up to 16 IFA tests (slides)
•    Levey-Jennings and Westgards rules program on board

Wide range offer of EIA (ELISA) and IFA tests:

Autoimmune disease
Is®ANA ELISA screen, Is®ENA ELISA screen,
ANA Hep-2 Cells IFA, …

Infection disease

Syphilis, CMV, EBV, Toxoplasma, ...

Allergy and food intolerance

IgE, spec. IgE, kapalné alergeny, Anti-Gliadin,
Anti-Tissue-Transglutaminase, ...

Functional characteristics
•    Simultaneously 4 microplates or 16 IFA slides in one run
•    Up to 12 ELISA methods or 16 IFA methods
•    104 sample positions and 192 predilution positions  
•    27 positions for reagents, standards and controls
•    Integrated barcode reader
•    Bidirectional connection with LIS (RS232, LAN, USB)
•    Liquid level sensor
•    Optimization of incubation conditions
•    2 wash solutions (2 x 2l)
•    Test results validation based on predefined conditions/rules
•    Free space for programming up to 500 methods

Parameters
•    Integrated ELISA reader, halogen lamp, interference filtres 405, 450, 492, 620 (two free positions)
•    Westgards rules and Levey-Jennings charts on board
•    Windows XP software platform
•    Dimensions (120 x 69,5 x 60 cm)
•    Weight 85 Kg

Product Immunology analyzer Mago 4
Company Erba Group
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Erba Group
Karásek 1d, 621 33 Brno

Tel: +420 517 077 111,
Fax: +420 517 077 077
Email: diagnostics@erbalachema.com



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