Beckman Coulter DxC 700 AU

The Beckman Coulter DxC 700 AU is a fully automated clinical chemistry analyzer designed for medium to high-volume testing in clinical laboratories. It is manufactured by Beckman Coulter, a leading provider of diagnostic instruments and related software.

Key features and capabilities of the Beckman Coulter DxC 700 AU include:

  • Versatile Test Menu: The DxC 700 AU offers a broad range of assays for clinical chemistry testing, including routine chemistry, specific proteins, therapeutic drug monitoring, toxicology, and more. It can accommodate a variety of sample types, including serum, plasma, urine, and other body fluids.

  • High Throughput: The analyzer has a high throughput capacity, capable of processing up to 800 tests per hour, making it suitable for medium to high-volume laboratories.

  • Enhanced Workflow Efficiency: The DxC 700 AU features a sample management system with continuous sample loading and random access capabilities, allowing for immediate sample processing without the need for batching or sorting. The system also includes a large onboard sample capacity and rack-handling capabilities for automated sample handling.

  • Advanced Technology: The analyzer incorporates advanced technologies, such as photometry and potentiometry, to ensure accurate and reliable results. It also offers built-in quality control features like automated calibration, quality checks, and flagging of abnormal results.

  • Data Management: The analyzer includes comprehensive software for result review, interpretation, and data management. It allows for customizable result reporting and offers connectivity options for integration with laboratory information systems (LIS) for seamless data transfer.

The Beckman Coulter DxC 700 AU is designed to optimize laboratory workflow, improve turnaround time, and deliver accurate and reliable results for a wide range of clinical chemistry assays. It is a valuable tool for medium to high-volume laboratories seeking efficiency and quality in their testing processes.