With an intuitive operator interface, enhanced patient sample handling, and innovative assay test menu, the state-of-the-art Access II immunoassay analyzer system delivers new levels of clinical laboratory efficiency, automation, and cost-effectiveness.
It’s a small bench-top immunoassay analyzer that can store up to 60 samples and run up to 100 tests per hour with STAT and automatic reflex testing. That’s 800 automated tests in a typical workday. It’s also one of the most compact immunoassay analyzers on the automated immunoassay analyzer market.
With the Beckman Coulter Access II automating that many tests daily, it frees up your time to attend to other work around the lab. It gives you the opportunity to boost the throughput in your lab.
Color-coded and built with the kinds of icons you’re used to seeing on your personal devices, you can use the user-friendly touchscreen interface to track the quality of your testing automation with:
- Sample probe obstruction detection to ensure smooth and efficient testing cycles
- Magnetic particle separation that provides excellent accuracy and dynamic range
- Chemiluminescent detection technology that offers precision and high sensitivity
- Diagnostic laboratories thrive when their medical equipment is self-sufficient and does not rely on human intervention. To amplify productivity in your laboratory, the Beckman Coulter Access II works seamlessly with your LIMS too. A LIMS can:
- Track the amount of reagent used in each test the Beckman Coulter Access II performs
- Notify you when your reagents need to be topped off in the Beckman system
- Quantify your overall supply of reagents and alert you to order more when you’re running low
All Beckman Coulter reagents can be loaded into the immunoassay analyzer up to 60 at a time, and you can remove and reload reagents while the system runs tests. In theory, it can run forever.
Reagent stability is between 14 and 56 days. You don’t have to remove any caps. You don’t have to reconstitute them before loading. And once they’re loaded, the Beckman Coulter immunoassay analyzer uses barcode scanning to track reagent data like:
- Lot number to keep track of the reagent pack
- Available tests (because it knows how much reagent is used for each test) so you can anticipate when you’ll need to reload or reorder
- Pack expiration date
- Calibration expiration, so you don’t waste reagents running unnecessary calibrations