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Stratedigm S1000 - up to 4 lasers, 8 colors + FSC & SSC


Released May, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:4 Lasers/14 Colors. Compact size with onboard fluidics. Capable of analyzing nano particles down to 200nm.

The Cons:Funky industrial design.

The Stratedigm S1000 flow cytometry platform is a complete cellular analysis system consisting of a flow cytometer with up to 4 lasers, 10 detectors, the CellCapTure acquisition and analysis software, and workstation.

It employs rugged, modular design architecture for maximum versatility and high-performance typically found in high-end systems, but in a small, light-weight, bench top package.

Laser

System is design to support up to 4 lasers with spatial separation
Laser Options:

Solid State 405nm-50mW
Solid State 488nm-40mW

Solid State 532nm-50mW
Solid State 640nm-40mW
Custom Laser options:
Solid State 372nm-16mW
Solid State 561nm-50mW
Other lasers available upon request

Detector Parameters/Data Acquisition

Forward Scatter (FSC) – Enables separation of unfixed platelets from noise

FSC resolution: 1µm

FSC scales: Log & linear

FSC parameters: width, peak-height, area

Optional FSC photomulitiplier (PMT) detector

Side Scatter (SSC) – Resolves lympho-, mono- and granulocytes

SSC resolution: <.5µm

SSC scales: log & linear

SSC parameters: width, peak-height, area

Fluorescence Detectors:

Standard maximum number: 8,  software assignable to different lasers

Sensitivity: <100 MESF

Fluorescence resolution: <2.5% CV

PMT scales: Log & linear

PMT parameters:  width, peak-height, area

Time: 13µsec resolution

Analysis Rate & Carryover

Analysis rate: 10,000 events/sec

Carryover: <0.1%, automatic backflush between samples

 

Software

Intuitive user interface-designed to give you the look and feel of the latest MSOffice™ suite

Flexible compensation – enable real time and post acquisition compensation of data

Stratemanager™ - enable us to troubleshoot your instrument remotely in real-time

Simple yet powerful gating control – choose from a variety of gating tools for acquisition storage and analysis

Several plot types to choose from – allow for histogram overlays, contour plots, density plots and dot plots, all with population overlay

Sample Input

Dead Volume: <8µL

Minimum sample size: <20µL

Patent pending low insertion force single tube loading

Fluidics Tray

Integrated fluidics tray does not increase the footprint of the instrument

Automated startup, shutdown and cleaning cycles

Automated decontamination procedure using onboard cleaning solution for all components in contact with sample

Tank capacity: 4L sheath, 4L waste, 4L auxiliary solution

Optional automated sheath tank fill and waste drainage 

Operating Conditions

Operating conditions: 41 F – 95 F (5°-35°C)

Size (including fluidics tray): 21.5”width x 21”depth x 24”height (54.6 cm width x 53.3 cm depth x 61 cm height)

Weight (including fluidics tray): <70lbs (35kg)

Power: 110/115/230 VAC, 50-60Hz

User Interchangeable Optical Filters

Blue laser dyes: FITC (530/30), PE (580/30), PE-Texas Red (615/30), PerCP/PE-Cy5 (690/40), PE-Cy7 (740LP)

Red laser dyes: APC (676/29), APC-Cy7 (740LP)

Green laser dyes:  PE (580/30), PE-Texas Red (615/30), PerCP/PE-Cy5 (690/40), PE-Cy7 (740LP)

Violet laser dyes: Cascade Blue (445/60), Pacific Blue (445/60)

Other dyes available upon request

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Pros
  • 4

    4 Lasers/14 Colors

  • 2

    Compact size with onboard fluidics

  • 2

    Capable of analyzing nano particles down to 200nm

  • 1

    96/38-wells and tube Auto Sampler High-Throughput Sampler option

  • 1

    Fast analysis speed (10,000 events/sec)

  • 1

    Fully configurable. Choose up to 4 lasers from a standard list (372/405/488/532/561/or 640). Choose from 1 to 10 detectors to fit your applications.

  • 1

    Automated QC

  • 1

    Remote diagnostics

Cons
  • 2

    Funky industrial design

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c.oxford: #stratedigm_s1000_up_to_4_lasers_8_colors_fsc_ssc We'll have a poster at Cyto 2011 comparing the sensitivity of our S!400 to our LSRII and our Fortessa. Bridget McLaughlin is first author. Let me know if you won't be there and we can get the information from the abstract to you. May 16, 11
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