NOVA Primary™ Glucose Reference Analyzer
Glucose reference measurement for research and production.
NOVA Primary™ meets the needs of glucose device manufacturers and diabetes clinical researchers for an accurate, easy-to-use, state-of-the-art blood glucose reference analyzer to replace the discontinued YSI STAT PLUS 2300 (YSI, Inc., Yellow Springs, OH). NOVA Primary™ Glucose Reference Analyzer meets this need with state-of-the-art features.
NOVA Primary™ provides excellent correlation of whole blood and plasma samples with the YSI 2300 over a wide measurement range of 20-900 mg/dL. The calibrators and controls are traceable to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) SRM-917 standard, ensuring excellent batch-to-batch consistency and accuracy of blood glucose testing.
Simple touch screen operation
With its large (10.1″), color touch screen, NOVA Primary™ can be operated with minimal training. Performing a whole blood glucose test requires only 3 steps, compared to 8 steps for the YSI 2300.
1. Press “Analyze”
2. Position Sample
3. Press “Aspirate”
1. Measure Hematocrit
2. Press “Run”
3. Press “Sample”
4. Enter Hct digit 1
5. Enter Hct digit 2
6. Press “Enter”
7. Position “Sample”
8. Press “Sample”
Comprehensive data storage
NOVA Primary™ has built-in memory for thousands of test results and QC samples. Test data is exported in CSV format via the USB port to facilitate data collection, review, analysis, and sorting. Data can also be connected to laboratory information systems using ASTM, HL7 or POCT1-A2 communication protocols.
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The main specifications of the NOVA Primary™ glucose reference analyzer.
35 samples per hour
W 28.8 cm x D 45.3 cm x H 43.8 cm
Glucose measuring range
20 – 900 mg/dL
ASTM, HL7 sowie POCT1-A
Fully automatic two-point calibration; manual calibration possible at any time
Universal: EN ISO 13485:2016 EU: EN 61010-1:2010/AMD1:2019; EN 61010-2-101:2017; EN 61326-2-6:2013; EN 55011:2016 US: IEC 61010-1:2010/AMD1:2016; IEC 61010-2-101:2018; IEC 60601-1-2:2014
Integrated printer, USB-Port, Touchscreen
Country of production
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