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  • Micromotors for Diagnostic Analyzers
    Advances in micro-fluidics and increasing demand for improved patient care are driving the design of clinical analyzers and assay preparation equipment to increase throughput while maintaining exceptional reliability. Our innovative product technologies enhance the consistency and standards
  • Micromotors for Medical Analyzers
    Challenge. With its coreless brushed and brushless DC motors, Portescap solves various motion needs in clinical analyzers from sample draw on assays to rapid scanning and detection of molecular structures in liquids and gases. For high throughput applications - those where over 1,000 assays
  • PAT Session: Optimizing the Analyzer
    to help. He observed that: After seeing these problems for years, Henslee suggests that companies need a cross-functional work process when utilizing analyzers. There also needs to be a trained, accountable owner of the analyzer, who knows the most cost-effective response when problems occur
  • How to read a spectrum analyzer?
    The Basics Of Spectrum Analyzer
  • Specific Ethylene Oxide Analyzer
    HNU Systems, Inc. introduced its first ETO Analyzer (Model 301D), in 1984 for area monitoring of toxic gases including ethylene oxide in hospitals and at medical device manufacturers where smaller area monitoring systems were needed. More than 300 of these systems were sold. As a result
  • Remote Debugging with Networked Bus Analyzers
    Remote debugging of VMEbus systems has in the past been unreliable and difficult. Now, new developments such as the inclusion of a network interface within VME bus analyzer technology have made remote analysis far easier and more reliable. This makes deploying test instruments into remote
  • Technical Note - The Basis of Spectrum Analyzers
    What is a Spectrum Analyzer? A measuring instrument that displays an electrical signal according to its frequency. When the signal and local oscillator are added at the mixer input, the suitable input level is the distortion level specification that doesn't influence the measurement. The level
  • Using Flammability Analyzers to Protect Thermal Oxidizers
    Most flammable vapor analyzers share a common. trait-they respond differently to different. vapors. For example, you would expect an. analyzer calibrated for Toluene to accurately. measure any Toluene vapors present in the. sample. You may also expect that whenever the. process solvent is changed

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