UR100 Chemistry Urine Analyzer
● 11 parameters
● 120 tests/hr
● The Color and Limpidness can be input
● Original matching urine strips for best accuracy
● LCD monitor
● Adopt luminescence source with high brightness to minimize interference of the environmental light.
● Date and patient number can be input.
● Single test and continuous test are available
● All the test data can be saved automatically.
|Storage||1000 patient data|
|Display||240x64 LCD monitor|
|Printer||built-in thermal printer|
|Calibration||fully automatic calibration|
|Condition||temperature; 0-40℃, humidity; 5-90%|
|Power supply||AC220V ±10% , 50~60Hz , 30W|
Test Parameters (11 items)
PH, Nitrite, Protein
Glucose, Occult Blood, Bilirubin
Specific Gravity, Leukocytes
Urine analyzer is an automated instrument for determining certain chemical components in urine. It is an important tool for automated urine inspection in medical laboratories. It has the advantages of simple and fast operation. Under the control of the computer, the instrument collects and analyzes the color information of various reagent blocks on the test strip, and undergoes a series of signal conversion, and finally outputs the measured chemical composition content in the urine.
The essence of the test principle of the urine analyzer is the absorption and reflection of light. The liquid sample is directly added to the multi-linked reagent strip with different solidified reagents. The corresponding chemical composition in the urine causes the color of the module containing various special reagents on the multi-linked reagent strip to change, and the color depth is consistent with the specific chemistry in the urine sample. The component concentration is proportional; the multi-link test strip is placed in the colorimetric injection tank of the urine analyzer, and each module is irradiated by the light source of the instrument and produces different reflected light. The instrument receives light signals of different intensities and converts them into corresponding The electrical signal is calculated by the microprocessor (CPU) to calculate the reflectivity of each test item, and then compared with the standard curve and corrected to the measured value, and finally the result is automatically printed out in a qualitative or semi-quantitative manner.