Our microcapillary flow cytometry systems are simpler to operate than traditional sheath-fluid based instruments and are far easier to maintain. They utilize small sample volumes, generate minimal waste, and have lower operating costs. As a result, guava easyCyte™ flow cytometers are uniquely amenable to on-demand use in the laboratory environment and have helped many scientists achieve insightful cellular analysis since 1998. The guava easyCyte™ flow cytometry systems are cost-effective, easy to use and deliver complete and comprehensive cell analysis- right on your benchtop. The culmination of over a decade of flow cytometry expertise, these instruments consume less sample, generate less waste and are easier to use and maintain than traditional flow cytometers—all while providing the analytical power you need to expand your research horizons.
Sample handling formats for both tubes and 96-well plates Automated Sampling for 96-well Plates Single Sample Loading for Tubes No Sheath Fluid - Direct sampling using the patented microcapillary system All guava easyCyte™ systems use a unique, microcapillary flow cell for easy operation and minimal maintenance. Direct Absolute counts without reference beads Compatible with many common Fluorochrome Dyes Compatibility with automated liquid handlers Robust Optics with Modulation Single Laser Configurations guava easyCyte™ 5 & 5HT System Optical Layout guava easyCyte™ 6 & 6HT System Optical Layout Dual Laser Configurations guava easyCyte™ 6-2L & 6HT-2L System Optical Layout Versatile & User Friendly Software guava easyCyte™ 8 & 8HT System Optical Layout Three Laser Configuration Alternative laser and filter options
|Power Requirements||100–240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 120W|
9 days ago
|Crash & Unresponsive Mid-Run|
Happens infrequently, but when running samples in 96 well format, the guava/incyte software stops and will draw up all of the volume in the well without registering any counts. after this the guava and incyte software will be unresponsive and usually requires a complete restart to get running again. The problem usually occurs when running >20 samples. We have had millipore service the guava and was given a loaner laptop to use with the guava. I am assuming it is a communication issue between the machine and the computer. Any thoughts or suggestions? Thanks!