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Piccolo Xpress®

Quick, easy and accurate on-site chemistry test.

Compact and easy to use, the Piccolo Xpress® is a fully automated analyser that transmits essential parameters and delivers results in no time.

No sending of samples and no long waiting time: analysis results are immediately available - this saves time and optimises logistics. In addition, the Piccolo Xpress® does not require any sample preparation. Daily checks are performed using the iQC ™ system, which automatically performs and assesses over 100 quality checks for each sample.

As the device does not come into direct contact with blood or the reagent, it requires practically no maintenance. The color touch screen and simple menu tracking ensure intuitive operation of the system - requiring minimal user training.

Single-use discs already contain the dilution medium and different combinations of chemical reagents to measure up to 14 parameters per disc, making this device a true Point of Care system. From 100 μl of whole blood with lithium heparin, plasma or serum, the Piccolo Xpress® provides precise biological results for the daily routine.

Technical Specifications
Dimensions Height: 32.4 cm (12.75 in)
Width: 15.2 cm (6 in)
Depth: 20.3 cm (8 in)

Weight

Analyser – 5.1 kg (11.2 lbs)

Power Adapter

0.7 kg (1.6 lbs)

Power Requirements

100-240 volts AC; 50-60 Hz; or 15 volts DC, 5.0A

Sample Size

100 µl

Sample Type

Lithium heparin, whole blood, serum or plasma

Test Time

Approximately 12 minutes

Quality Control Features

Built-in intelligent Quality Control (iQC®) system

Communication

Bi-directional input/output

Consumables

8-cm diameter, single-use, self-contained plastic chemistry reagent discs. Each disc contains all reagents needed to perform a panel of tests on a single sample

Data Input Display

10-digit numeric –VGA color touchscreen

Printer

Built in thermal printer with adhesive backed paper External Printer/LIS/EMR capable

Memory Capacity

Up to 5000 patient and quality control results

Mode of Opertion

Continuous

Protection Against Ingress of Fluids

Ordinary equipment (IPXO)

Analyser Software

Comprised of two matched programs; one processes the information and controls the measurement engine itself, the other reports analyte concentrations. It stores data related to each run (time, date, user ID, patient results, control data) and results can be uploaded to a computer using USB Ports

Analyser Hardware

Xenon arc stroboscopic lamp and a beam-splitter/detector read nine wavelengths - 16-bit analog-to-digital converter used in signal processing. Two microprocessors control analyser functions. Heater maintains disc at 37 ± 1°C during reaction portion of analysis.

Ambient Operating Temperature Range

15-32° C (59-90° F)

Reaction Temperature

37° C (98.6° F)

Operating Humidity

8-80%, noncondensing

Thermal Protection Rating

70° C (158° F)

 

Contact

Sysmex UK LTD

Sysmex House

Garamonde Drive

Wymbush

Milton Keynes

MK8 8DF

0333 320 3460

Documents

Product documents

Regulatory Documents

Regulatory documents, such as Instructions for Use, can be accessed with a valid My Sysmex login:

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