Clinical instrument manufacturers require 100% data integrity and extremely reliable components that are small enough fit into their machines. Whether reading/sensing test tube carousels, reagents, or microtiter trays, instrument manufacturers depend on the highest levels of performance and reading flexibility, with minimal integration effort.
Fluid detection, color sensing and tube presence or absence, are common applications. We have a wide array of sensor solutions for your clinical instrument.
In many applications we see the need for high impact products that take up as little space within the instrument as possible while providing the highest of performance. From sensors the diameter of a pencil eraser, to small footprint bar code readers we have the experience and industry knowledge for your application
Other applications require the use of 96-Well Whole Tray Readers. Most of today’s solutions for these applications are custom. Pacific-iD’s Whole Tray Reader (WTR-1001) is one of the fastest on the market reading and providing coordinate data on all 96 tubes within 1.5 seconds. It is capable of Matrix and REMP tube reading.
Even more common applications call for a chain of custody throughout the lab. The cornerstone of the chain of custody is most often a bar code.
Automated conveyor lines have unique identification requirements. At Pacific iD we have expertise in conveying applications. Automated print and apply, fast bar code readers, connectivity, verifiers and real world knowledge on current distribution initiatives make Pacific iD the right choice for your needs.
AUTOMATED “IN-LINE” BAR CODE READERS: Pacific-ID offers several solutions for conveyor line style applications. Utilizing industrial laser scanners or high speed imaging technology, our expertise makes for easy installation on to a conveyor line. Our conveyor solutions allow users to easily take advantage of additional automation including programmable outputs, light stack integration, touch pc’s and more.
By using a smart phone or mobile computers, companies can provide to field employees real-time information, such as the current price of an item, how many items are in stock, and if an item is on a truck in the field. Furthermore, this information can be reported and cross-referenced without making a single phone call or wasting time waiting for results.