About the RX daytona+
The RX daytona+ is a bench-top, fully automated, random access clinical chemistry analyser capable of performing 270 photometric tests per hour, or 450 tests per hour including ISE. The most versatile analyser in its class, the RX daytona+ combines robust hardware and intuitive software with the world leading RX series test menu including routine & specialised testing and emergency STAT sampling for unrivalled performance.
72 semi-permanent reaction cuvettes lasting for 3-6 months with an economical reaction volume of between 100-350μl. On-board cuvette checking function ensures only clean and viable reaction vessels are reused.
50 positions are contained within the universal carousel, including 10 positions available for calibrators and controls. The emergency loading port allows for the processing of STAT samples. Barcode sample identification ensures accurate matching of patient identification to specimen.
A thorough 12 stage washing process with acid, alkali and pure water wash steps. Liquid level sensors at stations 1-5 prevent cuvette overflows.
Equipped with dual 5 speed stirrers, operators can choose the correct mixing speed depending upon the viscosity of the reagent, therefore optimising the mixing of each assay to ensure best performance.
Benefits of the RX daytona+
Expand your testing capabilities on one efficient platform
Extensive dedicated test menu, including: routine chemistries, lipids, antioxidants, cardiac and diabetes testing allows laboratories to expand their testing capabilities and bring more testing in-house reducing additional costs of sending tests out.
A large number of chemistry tests can be carried out on one platform providing consolidation opportunities and real cost savings.
Achieve accurate patient results first time, every time
Separate sample and reagent pipettes minimise carryover. Dedicated micropipettes are equipped with liquid level sensors and crash detection.
Dual five speed stirrers provide optimised mixing for each assay. Serum indices detect lipaemic, icteric and haemolytic samples.
High quality results save operator time avoiding unnecessary additional costs of repeat testing reducing the possibility of patient misdiagnosis.
Reliability ensures no interruption to workflow
Sensitive clot detection sensor detects clots such as fibrin at the sample pipette. On-board cuvette checking function ensuring only clean and viable reaction vessels are reused.
Built in inventory management system automatically calculates remaining reagent volume and the number of tests available.
Superior performance means minimal downtime and swift reporting of results .
Developed to improve efficiency in your laboratory
Generation of Levey-Jennings charts, calibration curves and QC statistics for reliable results. Users can view QC history.
There are 7 different calibration options available including; Factor, Linear, Point to point, Log-logit, Exponential, Spline and Spline 2.
Unrivalled QC capabilities puts patient safety at the centre of your laboratory.
Icon based software for ease-of-use.
Increased functionality maximises testing abilities
12 wavelengths generated via diffraction grating (340-800nm) giving the RX daytona plus a wide range of testing abilities ensuring a multitude of chemistries are possible on one system.
Barcode readers for both sample and reagent identification.
Smart technology designed to avoid additional costs
Minimal maintenance required, just 2 preventative maintenance services per year means less down time.
Extensive menu allows consolidation of testing, the ability to run specific proteins removes the need for a separate nephelometry system.
Economic platform with low water consumption of only 5 litres per hour.
|RX daytona+ with ISE||RX4040|
|RX daytona+ without ISE||RX4041|
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