ZE5™ Cell Analyzer
The ZE5 Cell Analyzer is the first flow cytometer with a fully integrated and flexible loader that can accommodate any sample, tube, or rack, complete with temperature control and vortexing. The sample delivery system allows maximized sample usage efficiency by returning unused sample to a well or tube. The ZE5 has unparalleled speed that can detect up to 100,000 events per second with no aborts. The ZE5 offers high parameter capabilities with up to 30 parameters, 5 lasers, and dual FSC options that allow for small particle detection.
Everest™ Software offers user-friendly features for setup, such as the Spectral Viewer for experiment design and QC checks with the ZE5 EYE that ensures filters are in the correct position prior to analysis.
The ZE5 Analyzer was created by gathering input from leading flow cytometry experts across the world and was designed to address user-reported gaps in currently available systems.
Capable of High Parameter & Complex Experiments
- Up to five spatially separated lasers ranging from 355 nm to 640 nm
- Up to 27 fluorescence detectors
- Dual forward scatter design allows standard FSC detection while simultaneously collecting small particle or alternate wavelength scatter data
- Up to 100,000 events per second reduces analysis time for rare cell detection
Flexible Loading Options Enable True Walk-Away Functionality
- Up to 384 well plates for high-throughput capacity
- Single tube loading for stat samples
- Temperature-controlled sample loading for sensitive samples
- Sample agitation on board to keep cells in suspension
Integrated and Easy-to-Maintain System
- On-board instrument fluidics eliminate need for additional fluidics cart
- On-board QC beads for simple set up and calibration
- ZE5 EYE checks to ensure all parameters are correct before running precious samples
- Scheduled startup/shutdown
- Zero dead-time processing with dynamic window extension
- Massively parallel, pipelined architecture eliminates hard aborts
- Unassisted laser-delay system configures optimal delays
- Real-time hardware system control