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AxION DSA System

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From sample to results in seconds!

The innovative AxION® DSA™ (Direct Sample Analysis) system brings a whole new level of ease, productivity and enhanced performance to any laboratory. No up-front chromatographic separation, lengthy method development, or sample preparation is needed when using the AxION DSA system. Experience the DSA difference for yourself and go from sample to results faster than ever before.

Directly analyze your sample

  • No chromatography
  • Minimal to no sample preparation
  • No method development
  • No loss of sample integrity

Results in seconds

  • Fast, accurate data acquisition when coupled to the AxION 2 TOF MS
  • Automated data acquisition for up to 13 solid or liquid samples

Accurate data, confident results

  • When coupled to the AxION 2 TOF MS, <2 ppm accurate mass, fast acquisition rate and a wide dynamic range for semi-quantitative analysis

Exceptionally sensitive providing measurement of substances in the most complex matrix

  • Enclosed system to prevent background laboratory contamination
  • PerkinElmer patented Atmospheric Pressure Chemical Ionization (APCI design) that prevents ion suppression and eliminates metastable ions
  • DSA and TOF are fully integrated and optimally designed to work together
  • No sample carryover enabled by disposable sample holders and fast analysis time

Rapid data processing

  • Easy post processing due to measurement of true molecular ions
  • Dedicated target analysis software (AxION Solo) simplifies system operation and data collection.

Flexibility to switch between either LC or DSA sample introduction

  • Unique capillary extender allows switching without venting the system in minutes.

Product AxION DSA System
Company PerkinElmer
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PerkinElmer
940 Winter Street Waltham Massachusetts 02451 USA

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