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Fully Automated Urine Particles Digital Imaging Device
- Complete analysis of urine in combination with the UF-5000/4000
- Fully automated digital imaging
- Gives a detailed view of urine particles
- Particles can be classified into 8 different classes based on size
Within the UN-Series, the UD-10 closes the total urinalysis workflow by capturing the particle images in urine samples. With its stage scanning technology, you confirm abnormal results from previous chemical and sediment analysis in a fully automated device.
Particles can be classified into eight different classes based on the size of particles. The images provide a detailed view of urine particles without performing a manual sediment or microscopy; the entire workflow can be processed automatically.
Particle images from the UD-10 help by differentiating abnormal or unclear results. Through individual rule settings with the Urinalysis Work Area Information Management System (U-WAM), you can modify workflows to meet your needs.
- Automatic focus adjustment
- Cells are settling down on the bottom of imaging cell after aspiration
- Moving CCD camera captures images with pulsed LED
Modular concept solution
UD-10 comes always in combination with UF-5000/4000 and U-WAM (Urinalysis Work Area Information Management System). For a fully automated urinalysis workflow the UC-3500 can easily be connected.
UF-Control (2 levels)
|Technology:||Stage Scanning method|
|Aspiration volumes:||0.3 mL in sampler mode|
0.3 mL in STAT mode
|Minimum required volumes:||1.6 mL in sampler mode|
0.6 mL in STAT mode
|Throughput:||50 samples/h (normal mode)|
30 samples/h (precise mode)
|Parameters:||Max. 8 particle classes|
40 pictures per sample (normal mode)
80 pictures per sample (precise mode)
UD-10 basic video training. This programme is intended for everyone who operates the instrument.
Sysmex Academy Online