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LabLinx from Hudson Control Group, Inc.

ProductsLabLinx from Hudson Control Group, Inc.
Company Hudson Control Group, Inc.
Item LabLinx
Price Inquire
Description LabLinx is the next step in the evolution of laboratory automation. A high-speed, modular, expandable track system that delivers labware to multiple laboratory instruments, LabLinx gives users up to 10 times the throughput of ordinary microplate robots. It allows the user to setup a variety of configurations to meet any labs specific automation needs, from simple, automated workcells to full-scale systems that automate entire assays.

Features:
Moves all types of labware: microplates, deepwell plates, tip racks, microtube racks
Links together multiple lab instruments in a continuous production-line flow
Much higher throughput than track-mounted and stationary articulated robotic arms
Easily reconfigured for new equipment and assays
Small envelope fits easily within standard laboratory hoods
High-speed plate-feeding for fast washing, dispensing, reading, sealing, and labeling of microplates
Automation of complete assays (cell-based, ELIZAs, mass spec., etc.)
Expandable tracks to meet your research production needs as they grow
Available modules with any combination of Hudson stackers, pick-and-place arms, track systems and plate stop modules
Includes Hudson Control Groups SoftLinx software, which provides an easy-to-use interface to coordinate the LabLinx operation with other automated instruments
Info Hudson Control Group, Inc.Hudson Control Group, Inc.
10 Stern Avenue
Springfield, NJ 07081
USA
Customer Service: 973-376-7400
Fax Number: 973-376-8265
Web Site: http://www.hudsoncontrol.com/
NOTE: Price information is approximate list price and actual prices may vary.

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