Medica EasyRA

Clinical Chemistry Analyzer

Medica’s EasyRA® analyzer is a fully automated clinical chemistry analyzer that accommodates the diverse needs of small laboratories.

Lab technicians become experts with minimal training thanks to a simple and intuitive user interface. Four color-coded icons guide the technician through all analyzer functions. EasyRA is quickly operational and ready to run samples. Friendly displays clearly signal the progress of a run and easily allow changes. Technicians can analyze stat samples in less than 8 minutes. Save valuable time by programming the next worklist while another worklist is running, or simply check reagent and cuvette inventories to prepare for the next run.

The EasyRA clinical chemistry analyzer offers unprecedented access to all replaceable components. Its unique, slide-out drawer makes maintenance quick and easy. RFID technology eliminates the need to manually program reagents. When the smart reagent wedge is placed anywhere in the reagent area, EasyRA identifies location, number of samples remaining, sample volumes, and expiration dates.

With 150 tests per hour (>300 with integrated ISE), 24 sample positions, 24 reagents on board, and more, EasyRA is the easy choice for your laboratory’s clinical chemistry analysis needs.

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    • Real-time display of sample status
    • Up to 7 configurable test panels
    • Automatic inventory of reagents and cuvettes prior to run
    • Pause feature for “on the fly” editing
    • Automatic search of ending samples
    • convenient re-run of tests that require diluting
    • LIS connectivity
    • Touch sample position on display for detailed patient results
    • Easy access to current and past results in multiple print and viewing formats
    • On-board patient result search and sorting capability
    • Levey Jennings QC chartsn
    • On-screen display of tables and graphics gives status of reagents, Cals and QC at a glance
    • Detailed automatic warnings
Setup, Diagnostics and Maintenance
    • Flexible setup of test panels
    • Units, normal and rerun ranges
    • Patient demographics input and storage
    • Calibration and QC parameters downloaded automatically from CD or entered manually
    • On-screen graphics guide user through maintenance and diagnostic steps
  • EasyRA reagents are liquid, stable, and ready to use.EasyRA automatically performs reagent parameter setup. Unlike barcodes, the new wireless RFID technology, located in each wedge label, contains all reagent information. Setup is fast, easy, and error-free. There is never a need for manual programming: simply place a smart reagent wedge on the analyzer and EasyRA identifies reagent locations, number of samples remaining, sample volumes, and expiration dates, significantly reducing data entry errors. Two-way communication between the analyzer and the reagent wedges allows for continuous updating, providing real-time inventory control.


    • True random access, clinical chemistry analyzer
    • Analysis rate, photometric: 150 tests/hour; Patient results per hour, photometric: up to 120 tests/hour; Patient results per hour, photometric with ISE: up to 340 tests/hour; STAT time: 8 minutes (Na+/K+/Cl-/CO2/GLU/BUN/CREA
Types of analysis
    • Endpoint, enzymatic, rate, bichromatic, potentiometric
    • 24 sample positions per sample ring for patient, calibrator, or QC samples; STAT: up to 5 user-defined positions; optional second sample ring uniquely identified by analyzer; automatic dilution: 1:1 and 1:2
Sample Volume
    • Photometric chemistries: 2.0–25.0 μL; programmed in 0.1 μL steps; ISE chemistries: serum: 80–90 μL; urine: 140 μL
Sample Containers
    • Sample cups or primary tubes in a wide range of sizes
Sample Identification
    • Position ID, barcode ID (optional), barcode types: codabar, code 39, 128, interleaved 2 of 5
    • 24 positions for reagents; reagent cooling temperature 12º–15º less than ambient (with refrigeration option); reagent identification: RFID (radio frequency identification) technology—automatic tracking and entry of reagent information (chemistry name, lot number, expiration date; reagent volumes; analysis volumes for reagents, samples, diluent; primary and secondary wavelengths; reaction read times; analysis type; reagent and sample blanking; linear range of assay; acceptable absorbance ranges). Reagents are ready to use.
Reagent Volumes
    • Reagent volume (R1)/test 120–350 μL; programmed in 1 μL steps. reagent volume (R2)/test 10–50 μL; programmed in 1 μL steps
Water Supply
    • Reagent grade deionized water, diluent bottle
Sampling System
    • Probe pre-heater; single probe with RF level sensing; inner and outer probe washing
Cuvette Material
    • Optical acrylic; disposable segments; 12 cuvettes per segment; 6 total segments in reaction area
Reaction Time
    • 1–15 minutes
Reaction Temperature
    • 37º ± 0.25º C (photometric chemistries)
    • 340, 405, 520, 550, 600, 700; half bandwidth 10 ± 2 nm
Light Source
    • xenon flash lamp, 5 year typical life
Photometric Linearity
    • 0.0–2.0 Abs units for 1 cm pathlength (1% deviation)
Photometric Resolution
    • 0.0001 Abs units at 1.0 Abs
Quality Control
    • 2 levels of controls (Levey-Jennings plots for two levels)
Calibration Curves
    • Single and multilevel calibration (based on analyte)
User Interface
    • Edit and monitor worklists; review results; review calibration and quality control results; Levey-Jennings charts for 31 days of QC results; on-board diagnostics and individual component monitoring; graphic instructions for daily, weekly and monthly maintenance procedures
Data Storage
    • 2000 patient results; 56,000 test results
Power Requirements
    • 100 VAC–240 VAC ± 10% 50–60 Hz, 4.0/2.0A
Size and Weight
    • 40 ̋ w x 15 ̋ h x 26 ̋ d (102 cm x 38 cm x 66 cm), 88 lbs (40 kgs) without reagents
Ambient Conditions
    • 15º–30º C (59º–86º F); <85% relative humidity, non-condensing atmospheric air environment
Computer Requirements
    • Minimum: Windows XP®; CD/CD-RW; 1 RS-232 or USB port; touch screen monitor or SVGA color monitor, mouse and keyboard
    • Local or network printer
Optional Features
  • ISE Module; refrigeration; laboratory information system; (LIS) connectivity option (ASTM protocol); on-board sample bar code reader