The scattered light particle agglutination is based on the antigen-antibody reaction, where the antibodies of the target pathogens attached to the polystyrene latex microspheres are mixed with the detection samples, and thus the aggregation occurs by the antibody-antigen interaction.
The agglomerated particles become larger than the original particles, and the scattered light from the particles can be measured by optical fibers.
It can detect the presence and concentration of pathogens with high accuracy in a few minutes.
90mm × 50mm × 32mm(LS-450 only)
25 mA @ 12 VDC
50μW into 600μm fiber
<1.0% after 2-minute warm-up
LED Drive Current
20 mA, 5 mA switchable
Lead time : 2~3 month
Pathogen detection, Point-of-care diagnosis and In-vitro diagnosis