Roche Hitachi 911 Chemistry Analyzer
The Roche Hitachi 911 Chemistry Analyzer is a fully automated and computerized system, composed of two parts: the analytical and the control units. The analytical component of this Roche chemistry analyzer operates with the photometric measuring technology called the Ion-Selective Electrodes (ISE) system and a CPU. The control unit consist of a monitor (CRT), keyboard, and a printer. Other highlights of the Hitachi 911 include automatic calibration, quick delivery of STAT results and 24-hour use per day.
The Hitachi 911 chemistry analyzer makes use of various sample types including serum, urine, plasma and Cerebral Spinal Fluid (CSF) to perform in vitro quantitative and qualitative tests on a wide range of analytes. Potentiometric and photometric assays are also performed by this model.
Hitachi 911 supports the following assay types:
- Simultaneous endpoint and kinetic
- Endpoint with sample blanking
- Kinetic with sample blanking
- Simultaneous double endpoint and double kinetic
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|Photometric & ISE||760 tests/hour|
|Sample Volume per Test||3 – 50 µL|
|Sampling Rate||Once every 10 seconds for photometric chemistries
Once every 20 seconds for ISE
|Bar Code Reader Formats||Coda bar – Interleaf 2 of 5 – Code 39 – Code 128|
|Sample Volume||15 µL|
|Photometric and ISE||760 tests/hour|
|Reagent Dispense Volume||25 – 350 mL per reagent (in 1mL increments)|
|Reagent Storage Capacity||2 compartments (12 C or less) 32 positions each for reagent. Each reagent compartment has an additional position #33 for Hitergent <-|
|Total Reaction Volume/Test||250 – 500 mL|