mini VIDAS


Product Overview

The mini VIDAS is a compact version of the VIDAS system with a built-in computer, keyboard and printer. Two independent sections each accept six tests and can process up to 12 samples simultaneously.

This automated immunoassay system is reliable and economic. It uses ELFA (Enzyme Linked Fluorescent Assay) technology, has no carryover risks, requires a one-point recalibration every 14 days and optimizes the cost per patient for a batch of single sample testing. In addition, the menu of available assays is constantly growing.

The mini VIDAS is a multiparametric analyzer. It allows your laboratory to run more than one compatible assay in a section at a time, and each section operates independently from the other.

Two words to describe this system: simple and rapid. The maintenance is minimal and most results are available in 30 minutes! Plus, reagents are ready to use in single-dose format.

The VIDAS® system allows for a flexible work routine with:

  • a sectioned architecture (5 sections of 6 tests each)
  • an add-on modular system
  • more efficient workflow
  • batch testing (up to 100 tests/2 hr.)
  • single sample testing
  • STAT capability
  • multiparametric testing
    • All VIDAS assays are single-dose format assays
    • Everything included in one kit
    • No reagent preparation – just load and go 


Easy to Use:

  • Always ready with no startup and minimal maintenance
  • Easily operated by all personnel
  • Ready-to-use reagents – just load and go


Cost Effective:

  • Single test reaction strip
  • Batch or multiple assay testing


Reliable:

  • Reliable system with MTBF* > 1,000 days

*Mean Time Between Failure


miniVIDAS® is a compact version of the VIDAS® system with a built-in computer, keyboard and printer. Two independent sections each accept six tests and can process up to 12 samples simultaneously.


This automated immunoassay system is reliable and economic. It uses ELFA (Enzyme Linked Fluorescent Assay) technology, has no carryover risks, requires a one-point recalibration once every 14 or 28 days depending on the assay and optimizes the cost per patient for batch or single sample testing. In addition, the menu of available assays is constantly growing. 

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