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Palm City, FL (December 21, 2016)  Awareness Technology, manufacturer of diagnostic ELISA, CLIA, and Biochemistry  instruments and reagents announces the international launch of a new analyzer for measuring serum concentrations of sodium, potassium and chloride as a companion product to its line of biochemistry analyzers. Selectalyte ISE Analyzer, which is available both as a stand-alone instrument and as a module, was developed incorporating a number of significant improvements to ease of use, electrode stability, overall durability, precision, and convenience. The instrument and all its consumables, including a tri-level set of controls, are manufactured at Awareness Technology.

All reagents and waste container are supplied as a single pack having just one connector. Once installed, a reagent pack will last for 2 months or perform approximately 1200 tests, dependent on daily laboratory volume and the protocols. The remaining volume is easily monitored. The operator can choose to perform a 2-point calibration upon demand or enable an automatic feature to maintain the instrument in a constant state of readiness. A single point calibration is performed with each reading. It takes one minute to process and print results for all three electrolytes. 

Long-life, refillable electrodes are easy to install. The function of each electrode is self-monitored providing a warning when an electrode requires replacement. 

The operator follows simple instructions on a colored touch screen display to process samples, perform routine maintenance, store and recall results, monitor QC data with Levey-Jennings plots, or prepare instant reports to email for remote technical support. FDA 510k pending. 

Visit stand Z5.D40 at MEDLAB for more information.