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PK®7300 Automated Microplate System

Comprehensive blood banking solution

The PK7300 leads the industry in pre-transfusion, automated blood donor testing. System features include 300 sample-per-hour throughput, full online system status updates, data transfer capabilities, aspiration and dispense monitoring intelligence, and self-monitoring of critical instrument processes with alarms, including result invalidation for abnormal conditions.

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Comprehensive system delivers fast throughput

  • Incorporates all necessary system controls and data management
  • Provides optimal analysis and interpretation of results via color CCD camera that processes images with high accuracy and sensitivity
  • Provides true positive sample ID with readings for sample and plate barcodes, including ISBT code 128 labels
  • Has barcode identification and random access testing for quality control samples
  • Enables full online status information and data transfer
  • Features customized test panels and sample reports
  • Offers versatile quality control aids and analysis reports

Full automation means ease of use, flexibility and reliability

  • Integral rack feeder with capacity for 120 primary samples
  • System measures and continuously monitors reagent volumes
  • Primary reagent vial sampling
  • Frequent and thorough cleaning of probes and cups 
UNSPSC:
41115803
System Accessories and Expendable Parts

Parts System Accessories and Expendable Parts

Beckman Coulter supports you with a full complement of accessories and expendable parts for the PK7300 System. Beckman Coulter offers training to end users on proper use and replacement of all accessories and expendable parts. The replacement of consumable parts can be monitored in an online menu located on the PK7300. This menu can serve as a tool for establishing a time line for purchasing consumable parts.

PK®7300 Blood Grouping Reagents

Reagents PK7300 Blood Grouping Reagents

The Beckman Coulter PK7300 System Blood Grouping Reagents and Phenotyping Reagents are intended for the determination of blood ABO group and Rh type and Kell phenotypes in blood donors using the Beckman Coulter PK7300 System. The Anti-A, Anti-B and Anti-A,B reagents are used in the red blood cell determination of the ABO blood group. They are used to determine the absence or presence of erythrocytic antigens A and/or B on the surface of human red blood cells.

The Anti-D reagents: Anti-D, Anti-D (PK1) and Anti-D (PK2) are used to determine the Rh type. They are used to detect the presence of the D (Rh) antigen on the surface of human red blood cells. The Anti-C, Anti-E, Anti-c, Anti-e and Anti-K are used for Rh-Kell phenotyping of human red blood cells. These reagents detect the presence of antigens C,E,c,e and K on the surface of red blood cells.

The Beckman Coulter Control is devoid of human activity and should be used in parallel testing with the Beckman Coulter PK System Blood Grouping and Phenotyping reagents to differentiate between specific and non-specific agglutination.

PK®7300 Reagent Red Blood Cells

Reagents PK7300 Reagent Red Blood Cells

The Beckman Coulter PK System Reagent Red Blood Cells (A1 and B) are intended for the determination of the reverse or plasma group on the Beckman Coulter PK7300 analyzer.

The determination of an ABO Blood group is defined by demonstrating the presence or absence of antigens A and/or B on the surface of human red blood cells and detecting the presence or absence of Anti-A and/or Anti-B antibodies in the plasma. The red blood cell antigens are identified using the Beckman Coulter PK7300 System Blood Grouping Reagents: Anti-A, Anti-B and Anti-A,B (red blood cell or forward group). The Beckman Coulter PK System A1 and B (plasma or reverse group) confirm the preceding result by verifying the presence of the corresponding antibodies in the plasma by using known red blood cells.

PK® CMV-PA Systems & Controls

System & Controls PK CMV-PA Systems & Controls

The Beckman Coulter PK CMV-PA System is a passive particle agglutination assay intended for the qualitative detection of IgG and IgM antibodies to cytomegalovirus (CMV) in human plasma and serum from blood donors using the Beckman Coulter PK7300 System. The PK CMV-PA System has been developed to provide an indirect particle agglutination CMV assay using uniform reagents, which are stable and easy to handle. Automation has enhanced the value of the indirect particle agglutination test by significantly reducing the amount of time and labor needed to perform the assay.

PK CMV-PA test system

  • 2,300 tests/kit
  • 230 tests/vial
  • Large lot size minimizes on-receipt testing
  • Reagent rehydrates in 30 minutes to allow rapid start-up
  • Dedicated sample diluents in test kit
  • Gel particle eliminates cross-reactivity
  • Blue gel particle adds process control
  • Long open vial stability
  • Standardized operating parameters

Sample type, age and storage condition

Assay Sample Sample Expiration Storage Condition
CMV-PA EDTA 5 days 2-8°C
CMV-PA Serum 14 days 2-8°C


Advantages of full automation on the PK7300 system

  • Simultaneous testing with ABO/Rh and TP
  • 300 samples tested per hour
  • Full automation from sample handling to data transmission  

PK CMV-PA control set

  • Contains 6 reactive and 6 nonreactive controls
  • Color-coded and barcode labeled
  • Ready to use
  • 4 mL each

PK® TP System & Controls

System & Controls PK TP System & Controls

The Beckman Coulter PK TP System is intended for the qualitative screening of blood donors for the detection of Treponema pallidum IgG and IgM antibodies in human serum or EDTA plasma using the Beckman Coulter PK7300 System. The identification of Treponema pallidum antibodies aids in the diagnosis of syphilis caused by the microorganisms belonging to the genus Treponema and provides epidemiologic information on syphilis. The Beckman Coulter PK TP System has been developed to provide uniform reagents, which are stable and easy to handle. Automation has significantly reduced the amount of time and labor needed to perform the assay.

PK TP system

  • 3,000 tests/kit
  • 300 tests/vial
  • Large lot size minimizes on-receipt testing
  • Reagent rehydrates in 30 minutes to allow rapid start-up
  • Dedicated colored sample diluents in test kit
  • Long open vial stability
  • Standardized operating parameters 

Sample type, age and storage condition

Assay Sample Sample Expiration Storage Condition
TP EDTA 5 days 2-8°C
TP Serum 5 days 2-8°C


Advantages of full automation on the PK7300 system

  • Simultaneous testing with ABO/Rh and CMV
  • 300 samples tested per hour
  • Full automation from sample handling to data transmission  

PK TP control set

  • Contains 8 reactive and 8 nonreactive controls
  • Color-coded and barcode labeled
  • Ready to use
  • 5 mL each

Note: The photometer contains mercury. Dispose of according to local, state or federal laws.