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The ARCHITECT c4000 clinical chemistry analyzer demonstrates high-quality testing results and rapid STAT turnaround time. The ARCHITECT c4000 enhances laboratory productivity and provides users high confidence in clinical results.

The ARCHITECT c4000 offers a maximum throughput of up to 800 tests per hour. Featuring a load-up capacity of 100 samples with 35 priority positions, the ARCHITECT c4000 allows for up to 90 refrigerated reagent positions on board, plus Integrated Chip Technology (Na+, K+ and Cl-).

For in vitro diagnostic use only.

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system specifications
 
Description 
Methods Photometric, Potentiometric, Turbidimetric
Maximum Throughput Up to 800 tests/hour
Sample Types Serum, Plasma, Whole Blood, Urine, CSF
Sample Tubes

Height: 72-102 mm 

Diameter: 9.6-16.1 mm

Sample Cup Yes (50 µl dead volume)
Sample Capacity 100
Sample Barcode Types Code 39, Codabar, Interleaved 2 of 5, Code 128
Sample Result Storage 50,000
Sample Volume 1.5-35 µL, Average: 6 µL
Automatic Dilution Yes
Sample Probe Carryover

<1000 ppm WB to WB

≤0.1 ppm WB to Serum

Reagent Capacity Up to 90 refrigerated positions plus patented ISE (Na+, K+ and Cl-)
Reagent Type >95% liquid ready-to-use
Reagent Onboard Stability 5-65 days, Average: 40 days
Calibration Frequency 1-60 days, Average: 25 days
Sample, Clot and Bubble Detection Yes
Reagent Pressure Monitoring Yes
Sample Interference Measurement Yes: Hemolysis, Icterus, and Lipemia
System Control Center 1 SCC, with color touchscreen monitor, keyboard and mouse
Onboard Maintenance Records Yes 
Online Error Code Help Yes
Host Interface Bidirectional, serial RS-232 interface, host query option available 
Remote Diagnostics AbbottLink
Dimensions
(H x W x D)

49" x 63" x 36"

125.1 x 160 x 90.7 cm

Weight

1,132 lbs

513.5 kg

Electrical Requirements AC 180-264V, 47-63 Hz, 20 amp
Water Requirements Deionized water 15 liters/hour during normal operation, 25 liters/hour maximum
Heat Output* 3050 BTU/hr, running mode
Sample Loading RSH
*Values provided represent the typical output in “Running” mode for the system processing module and sample handler. A maximum value of 389 BTU/hr was obtained for the System Control Center (SCC) using the ARCHITECT i2000SR as a representative system. Values obtained during an internal study. Data is on file with Abbott Diagnostics. 

ACCESSORIES AND CONSUMABLES

From sample cups to sample carriers, you can access a full list of ARCHITECT c4000 accessories and consumables for easy ordering through your online account. All it takes is a few easy steps for registration, if you haven’t already done so.

DOCUMENTATION

Review a few details about the ARCHITECT c4000 clinical chemistry analyzer in the specifications sheet (PDF, 118 KB).

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EXPAND YOUR CAPABILITIES

Combining the ARCHITECT c4000 with the ARCHITECT i1000SR immunoassay analyzer enables laboratories to handle clinical chemistry and immunoassay testing on a single platform.

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