Equipment Interfaces, Prolis Components to communicate with Laboratory Analyzers

Prolis employs Equipment Interfaces written to the specifications of the respective equipment. With few exceptions, all of interfaces are based on ASTM standards of E-1381, low level protocol and E-1394, a high level protocol.

True random access analyzers like general chemistry (Olympus, LX-20 and similar) and special chemistry (Axsym, Immulute and similar) usually support bidirectional interfaces where analyzer reads the tube barcode inquire LIS for the test orders and receive them, analyses the sample and report back the results to the LIS.

Analyzers like hematology (Cell-Dyn, Coulter and similar) and Urinalysis (Clinitek) may optionally use barcodes for the specimen identification but don’t inquire the LIS for orders as all the times whole CBC and urinalysis is assumed to be performed. In either of both cases, Prolis transparently applies the dowloaded results following the accession ID, without much interaction from the user.

  • Access® 2
  • AIA-360 – TOSOH
  • ARCHITECT ci4100
  • Atlas®
  • AU480-Beckman
  • AU640e-Beckman
  • AU680-Beckman
  • AxSYM
  • BC-3200
  • BioLis 24i
  • D-10 BIORAD
  • CA-1500
  • Cell-Dyn 3500
  • Cell-Dyn Ruby
  • Clinitek 500
  • Cobas c311
  • Cobas e411
  • Coulter AcT
  • Coulter GEN*S
  • Coulter LH 750
  • CX7
  • Dimension
  • Hitachi 717
  • Immulite 1000
  • Immulite 2000
  • LCMS-8030
  • LX-20
  • MassLynx
  • Microscan(Labpro)
  • Sysmex 1000 i