To help make laboratory processes safer and more efficient, Panasonic is working in close collaboration with the
top four medical technology companies in the field of in-vitro diagnostics. Some machines in this dynamic sector
are being used for diagnosing Covid-19 viruses and for antibody tests, among other things. In applications such
as this, the technology provider supplies a range of sensors for sample detection.
For example, the supply and discharge of reagents are controlled to allow reactive and contaminated media to be
measured without physical contact. This is achieved by optical sensors that accurately control the sample flow,
measure the level in vessels, and detect possible air bubbles that would render the samples unusable. In
addition, sensors detect the presence of caps on samples. Panasonic offers the world’s smallest sensors in its
design for easy handling of samples in pre-analytics.
The dependable neutralization of static charges is
performed by Panasonic ionizers. These prevent the samples from sticking to each other and stops chemicals from
adhering to the test tube's top edge or sidewalls.
Sensor technology solutions