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BioMicroLab manufacturers robotics based sorting and weighing systems for samples stored in 96 tube rack format. BioMicroLab robotics platforms are designed for compatibility within the Society of Biomolecular Screening (SBS) standards to ensure integration with automation oriented labware.

Inside BioMicroLab systems are robotics, embedded controllers, motion drives, and software designed by BioMicroLab to provide rapid sample processing, unattended robotics operation, and robust sample management.
BioMicroLab's focus is on easy to use bench top lab automation that can be quickly deployed and operated by a wide range of users. This focus is embodied in BioMicroLab's XL20 tube sorting platform which is managed by a simple software interface and features integrated 2D scanning technology allowing in-process sample ID and tracking of 2D marked tubes.


SampleScan Plus
Description Dear Tim, The New SampleScan Plus brings affordable 2D barcode decoding to your bench top. The SampleScan Plus offers the smallest footprint with scan and decode times of less than one second per tube. New SampleScan Plus Features ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ * Scans one tube in less than one second * One USB connection * No power supply neededSampleScan Plus.Micronic * Compatible with Matrix, Micronic, Nunc, Matrical, and ABgene 2D barcoded tubes * Also decodes 1D barcodes from vials and racks * Keyboard wedge functionality * Scans directly into any open application * PC or Mac compatible * Smallest Size: 4" X 4" X 5.5" * Introductory List Price: $2,295.00 SampleScan Mini - High-Speed Single Rack Reader ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Single Tube Scan * Scans one rack in less than 5 seconds * Compatible with Matrix, Micronic, Nunc, and ABgene 2D barcoded tube racks * Single tube scan feature * Decodes all SBS formats * Available with 1D reader integration * LIMS integration ready * Smallest size: 6 1/4" X 10 1/2" X 1 1/2" * List Price: $4,995.00

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