OMNIS is made for large sample series: the OMNIS Sample Robot L enables the fully automated analysis of 175 samples (75 mL beakers) in a single run.
OMNIS boosts sample throughput to new levels: the OMNIS Sample Robot continuously picks and places samples from and to a maximum of 4 work stations, performing up to 4 analyses simultaneously. These can be 4 different analyses (e.g., Ca, pH, Cl, alkalinity) or identical analyses – you decide.
Trust OMNIS to organize even complex, multi-parameter analyses most efficiently: as soon as OMNIS notices free capacity at any one of the 4 work stations, the next analysis is started.
OMNIS comes with a patented Liquid Adapter making the exchange of reagents only a matter of seconds. Simply snap this Liquid Adapter onto the cap of the reagent bottle to connect the reagent in the bottle to your OMNIS Titrator.
Once the Liquid Adapter and the cap on the reagent bottle have been connected, OMNIS checks the reagent, preventing user errors.
The OMNIS Sample Racks are logged on by the OMNIS Software as you put them on the Sample Robot. You may remove racks with already analyzed samples from the Sample Robot – while your OMNIS System keeps analyzing.
Continuously exchanging racks on the Sample Robot avoids even the shortest downtime of your OMNIS System.
Even when performing several different analyses simultaneously on your OMNIS System, there is no risk of confusion: simply assign particular parameters to dedicated work stations to make sure your most frequent analyses are organized in the most efficient and transparent way.
The OMNIS Liquid Adapter system makes exchanging reagents safer than ever. Bottles with hazardous liquids no longer need to be opened: simply snap this Liquid Adapter onto the cap of the reagent bottle. This closed handling system establishes a safe connection between the reagent and your OMNIS Titrator preventing accidental contact with hazardous liquids.
When the Liquid connects the reagent bottle to your OMNIS Titrator, OMNIS reads all information on the reagent from an RFID chip in the bottle cap and checks this information against the specifications of your method. This fully automated check prevents errors and provides full traceability of your results.
LEDs on the Titrator, Liquid Adapter, Stirrer, dTrode, Sample Robot, and Pump Modules communicate any failure or issue using a straightforward color code: red indicates «system error», orange indicates «waiting to connect», and green signals «system ready to go».
This color code is the basis for fast, reliable decision making. It helps you to ensure the reliability of your operations and the quality of the results you produce.
The OMNIS Liquid Adapter enables the exchange of reagents in 3 simple steps:
As soon as the reagent bottle and your OMNIS Titrator are connected, OMNIS identifies and checks the reagent against the specifications of the method you are going to perform.
This check prevents errors and provides full traceability of your results.
OMNIS allows you to connect any OMNIS Instruments in a network enabling you to administrate and truly operate them from anywhere, at any time.
You can command your OMNIS System either via PC or a touch control unit. Either way, you only have to familiarize yourself with the software once, as it is the same for PC and touch control operation.
The OMNIS System on your lab bench is graphically represented on the user interface for intuitive operation. All available instruments are recognized automatically. They can then be selected by drag and drop to configure whichever system you need to analyze your samples.
The OMNIS Method Editor is also graphics-based and allows you to write your methods command by command.
Got questions? OMNIS supports you with dedicated know-how. No more waste of time with searching and filtering. Tips and other helpful information are instantly displayed and are always context related.
Turntable sample changers have their limits when it comes to capacity, flexibility, and, of course, footprint. The modular OMNIS Sample Robot replaces the turntable system with a modular x-y-system, accommodating a maximum of 7 racks.
Start out with a Sample Robot S. When you reach the limits of this system, you can simply expand to the next higher levels of automation (M and L) without having to invest in a second or even third titration stand.