Count and sizes cells or particles in the 1-120 micron size range with the Z Series Coulter Counter
For superior accuracy, speed, versatility and precision, the Z1 Single and dual-threshold models use the Coulter Principle – the accepted reference method for cell counting and sizing. Standard apertures are available in five sizes. Ampoule insertable apertures may be used for very small sample volumes.
Both Z1 single and dual threshold models use the Coulter Principle (Electrical Sensing Zone method) for counting cells or particles in the 1-120 micron size range.
- Absolute cell counts or concentration
- Single-button calibration
- Certified to ISO 9001 by NSAI Quality Assurance
- Technology defined by the International Standard (ISO 13319:2000: Determination of particle size distributions — Electrical Sensing Zone method)
- Listed by ETL Testing Laboratory
- Store up-to five analyses settings (i.e., profiles)
- Operator-selectable size settings
Z1 COULTER COUNTER
- Z1 Single-threshold model for rapid total cell count
- Set one size threshold for counting cells equal to or larger than the established setting. The single-threshold model is ideal as a fully-automated system for rapid enumeration of relatively uniform tissue culture and blood cells from most any species.
- Z1 Dual-threshold model for working with platelets or numerous cell types of variable sizes
- Count cells or particles in three regions
- Equal to-or-above the operator-selected lower size
- Above the upper size-setting
- Between the two size selections
The Z2 COULTER COUNTER for added capability of size distribution of cell population
- Like the Z1, this instrument uses the accepted Coulter Principal for cell counting and sizing. Additional capabilities include-
- Size distribution of a cell population
- Entire size distribution graph, size statistics and counts between user-selected areas of the graph
- Cumulative count and number % above and below a size determined by the cursor positioned on the graph
- Average counts and channelized data from up-to 10 consecutive analyses with the Z2
- Count and size more cells for smoother averaged size distribution and greater statistical confidence in results.