Yes. A “pick list” generated from a LIMS system can be loaded into the HT700 via a USB stick. The HT700 will then pick and place the desired tubes into the target rack(s). At the end of the run, users can export the rack content in a CSV file.
The HT700 is compatible with the following 96-well format tubes from Micronic: 0.30ml, 0.40ml, 0.50ml, 0.75ml, 0.80ml, 1.10ml and 1.40ml. Contact us to learn more about the compatibility with other tube brands.
The HT700 can hold up to 24 96-well ANSI/SLAS format source racks and 1-3 96-well ANSI/SLAS format target racks. Because of its cassette design, the HT700 allows for short distances between the source racks and target racks. This shorter distance facilitates a faster sorting process compared to other more platform-based units.
Yes. Customers can use a USB stick to load a “pick list” from a LIMS system into the HT500. The HT500 will then pick and place the desired tubes into the target rack(s). At the end of the run, users can export the rack content in a CSV file.
The HT500 can pick and place up to 400 sample storage tubes per hour.
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