Cobas® e 801 Module by Roche Diagnostics

Manufacturer Roche Diagnostics  |  Available Worldwide

The cobas e 801 module is the newest member of the cobas 8000 modular analyzer series. It offers more than 100 immunoassays, across a wide range of disease areas. Up to four cobas e 801 modules can be configured in series, delivering up to 1’200 tests per hour across up to 192 reagent positions. The cobas e 801 allows for continuous loading of reagents and consumables and has a high uptime while requiring less hands-on time. The possible turn-around times for routine and emergency samples ... Read more


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Cobas® e 801 Module

Roche Diagnostics

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The cobas e 801 module is the newest member of the cobas 8000 modular analyzer series. It offers more than 100 immunoassays, across a wide range of disease areas. Up to four cobas e 801 modules can be configured in series, delivering up to 1’200 tests per hour across up to 192 reagent positions. The cobas e 801 allows for continuous loading of reagents and consumables and has a high uptime while requiring less hands-on time. The possible turn-around times for routine and emergency samples are the lowest available on the central laboratory market, with 18 minutes for routine and 9 minutes for emergency tests, for instance with cardiac markers. The small sample volumes required for testing are especially beneficial for critical patients, such as neonates and oncology patients. The cobas e 801 module uses the well-established Elecsys technology.

Features:

  • High-volume immunoassay testing
  • Electrochemiluminescence technology (ECL)
  • Up to 300 tests/hour
  • 48 reagent channels
  • No reagent preparation
  • 25% less sample volume than cobas e 602 module
  • Reagent Manager provides on-the-fly loading of up to 5 reagent cassettes during routine operation