• Laboratory Automation System
    • CLINILOG Ver.3
    • MPAM
  • Analyzers
  • Diagnostic Reagents
  • Laboratory Information System

Features

One-Stop Operation

Minimizes operator foot traffic and centralizes operation management.
Lessened load on operator shortens Turnaround Time and improves quality.

High Speed

CLINILOG V4 made high-speed performance possible without compromising throughput and integrity of test results.

Space Saving

Powerful high-speed system requires only minimal space.
Configurable system layout adapts to diverse customer needs.

Examples of Configuration

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Modules

Sample Station (SS)

Sample Station Module (SS)

The sample station creates a new arrival location (station) for the sample on the transport line. Any sample can be picked up from the transport system to the sample station, and it can be set up as a collection area such as an error sample or a control sample.

Sealer (SE)

Sealer Module (SE)

Automation of capping to reduce the risk of infection. Capping process of 500 samples/hr is possible. Since the sealing material is a cartridge type that does not touch the hands, hygiene considerations were taken into account.

Refrigerated Stocker (RS)

Refrigerated Stocker Module (RS)

Up to 5,600 samples can be stored, and the storage period is set for each storage area and discarded automatically. During sample storage, memorize the residual volume of the sample after measurement, and continuously record the sample temperature during cooling. In addition, the refrigerator temperature can be transmitted to the Laboratory Information System (LIS) at regular intervals.

Managed Pre-Analysis Module Plus (MPAM+)

Managed Pre-Analysis Module Plus (MPAM+)

Pre-analytical processing efficiency is enhanced by the maximum throughput of decapping, aliquoting, and sorting of 570 samples/hr (rubber top), 40 samples/hr, and 1,000 samples/hr respectively. Configuration of 2 modules further improves sample processing.

intelligent Centrifuge Module (iCM)

intelligent Centrifuge Module (iCM)

High throughput of 300 samples/hr loads samples in and out of centrifuge rotor efficiently, minimizing sample wait time. STAT samples are processed with priority.

Random Access Archive (RAA)

Random Access Archive (RAA)

Double-story module with the capacity to hold 1,200 samples has a transfer speed of 1,000 samples/hr enabled by independent robotic arms for each set of drawers on left and right. Sample sorting by primary or secondary sample, or test item is configurable in the 24 rack space.

Track Line

Track Line

Samples are transferred using a single carrier at a maximum speed of 700 mm/sec. Because samples are transferred individually only to the required analyzer, processing is efficient.

Buffer

Buffer

Temporarily stores a maximum of 36 pre-analized samples and sends them to analyzers in prioritized order. Samples after sampling are also held and sent back for rerun or back to the unloading module if completed.

Carrier Pool

Carrier Pool

Buffer capacity of up to 50 sample carriers at a time allows samples to adjust timing before sending them to MPAM or other modules.

Connector

Connector

General Connectors and dedicated Connectors are available, connecting analyzers to the track system. Sample capacity of the Connector is based on the throughput of the connected analyzer to maintain processing capability and prioritization of STAT samples.

Centralized Operative inTuitive Interface (COTi)

Centralized Operative inTuitive Interface (COTi)

Centralized management of multiple modules from one screen. Operation status and test results are check from one interface.

Controller

Communicates with the host computer and controls operation of all modules and measurement results.

* Specification and appearance may be changed without a preliminary announcement for product improvement.

The Standards of Open LA21

The Open LA21 Project which aimed at next generation laboratory automation systems was started by companies that supported a user-friendly open standard. Although this project ended on April 30, 2008 after the completion of formulation and verification of the standards, companies that participated in the project continue to work together in pursuing development, manufacturing, and distribution of products based on the standard.


The Standards of Open LA21