Member since: 2021
Organization: Anderson Regional Health System
Great product; Mediocre in person service, adequate remote service.
Application Area: Hematology
"Overall, we are satisfied with the instrument, but their technical service team is lacking. Sysmex remote service is great, but we experience many delays when we need an on-site visit."
Member since: 2017
Organization: Lehigh Valley Health Network
Maintenance is much easier than other equipment.
Application Area:Hematology and coagulation
"This product is highly accurate and dependable. Maintenance is much easier than other equipment I have used in the past. I would recommend this product."
Member since: 2018
Organization: Omega Diagnostics @ West Jefferson Medical Center
Step above the rest
"The XN-3000 is several steps above the previous analyzer we had. It takes up less room, provides a faster through-put, gives us additional parameters and is overall more user friendly."
The XN-3000 configuration includes two XN analysis modules and a high-quality, fully-integrated slide maker and stainer module, our SP-10 unit. This offers great productivity while taking up minimal space. The XN-3000 also has the excellent Extended information-processing unit (IPU) on board as standard that can intelligently route and control your sample and data workflow.
If you have a medium-sized lab with a fair smear rate, you will appreciate the detail in the XN-3000 setup. Because the two analysis modules process rack samples simultaneously, it can accommodate any sample without slowing down – the modules work together perfectly. And you don’t lose any precious time, even with abnormal samples.
The XN-3000 has a single point of entry and a single point of exit. Reflex testing occurs within the same loop, and before samples pass the SP-10 module. Sample racks are then sent to the SP-10 module where the samples needing a smear are removed. Like extended measurements, smears are only initiated if they offer additional diagnostic value. The analysis profile is extended automatically to include smear-making and staining, but you may also order this up front, for instance with known special samples.