Free up valuable tech time for more meaningful activities with the APAS Independence instrument (Automated Plate Assessment System) – the first automated culture plate reader with FDA clearance.
The APAS Independence instrument utilizes the breakthrough Automated Plate Assessment System (APAS) imaging technology and artificial intelligence algorithms to read and categorize agar plates, and remove negatives from the workflow.
|Dimensions (L x W x H)||200 x 80 x 160 cm (78.74 x 31.5 x 62.99 in.)|
|For Use With (Equipment)||100-240 VAC, 50∼60Hz, 6 Amps|
|Weight (English)||727.5 lb.|
|Weight (Metric)||330 kg|
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Embrace automation in microbiology without the need for large-scale capital resources to streamline with the APAS Independence instrument.
Streamline your workflow
Separate Analysis Modules are available for each of the most common specimen types such as urine and infection control screening, reducing bench reading time in multiple workflows. Installation and training is minimal, and module-specific training can be added as utilization of the instrument grows.
Save more than time
Not only does the APAS Independence Instrument save you time by alleviating a bottleneck in bench reading, it may impact many aspects of managing an efficient and effective microbiology lab.
The APAS Independence is task-focused, compact, and designed specifically to overcome the bottleneck in manual culture plate reading by automatically triaging plates into three categories: 'significant', 'non-significant or 'negative', and 'for review'.
Unlike large-scale automation solutions, the APAS Independence instrument offers the benefits of standardization, but in a small, affordable, and flexible footprint designed to easily integrate with the majority of laboratories.