The Navios EX flow cytometer offers a solution for advanced cytometry applications with optimized workflows for high throughput laboratories. Navios EX delivers more of what matters to your lab—up to 12 parameters for high complexity assays; sensitivity and resolution; and quality, reproducible results.

Specifications

Platform Flow Analyser
Detection Photodiodes (forward & side scatter), Photomultiplier tubes (fluorescence)
Resolution HPCV is <2%
Performance <107 MESF for FITC, <64 MESF for PE, <13 MESF for PC5
Optics/Laser Power Blue solid state diode (488 nm/22 mW), Red solid state diode (638 nm/25 mW), Violet solid state diode 405 nm, 40 mW (125 µm spatially-separated beam spots)
Flow Cell 430 μm x 180 μm rectangular channel
Signal Processing Digital system with 7-decade display
Software Navios EX Software
Power Requirements 50/60 Hz, 100-240 VAC
Temperature Range 15.5°C - 32°C
Humidity Restrictions 35%-85% (non-condensing)
Regulatory Status CE, IVD
Throughput 82 tubes/hour
Installation Category II (per IEC 61010-1 standard)
Weight 104 kg / 229.3 lb
Width 95.3 cm / 37.5 in
Depth 72.6 cm / 28.6 in
Height 60.5 cm / 23.8 in
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