Swelab - AC-Series
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Hematology Analyzer

In the spring of 1997 Swelab introduced the first EO-generation, the first small blood cell counter in the world to divide white blood cells into 4 fractions (4-part WBC). In addition to counting the population of lymphocytes, monocytes and granulocytes, the AutoCounters also analyses and count eosinophils, both activated and non-activated, when wanted. In the last generation, the Swelab AC EO+, has also a large patient sample memory as well as quality control software including statistics, Levey-Jenning graphs and patient sample mean value. All models of the EO plus generation have the option of 19 parameters including the eosinophil measurement. The Swelab AutoCounters of the EO-generation are the cost efficient alternative to the more expensive 5-part differential instrument.

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-ahmad g
9 years ago
Error Parameter Ram

I have connected the Swelab AC 920 Eo+ to a PC via a serial cable and restart the instrument. When the instrumen run, i have received an error "Error Parameter Ram". Can you help me solve this issue ? Also, while serial communication process initializing, i received "No CTS Signal". I know that is a type of handshaking. I have assigned these settings to my serial port control but i still receive this message. I used the staight through serial cable "M/F" with the instrument at Baud Rate: 9600, Parity:None, Data Bits: 8, Stop Bits:1

Can you help me please ?



-a . gholami
9 years ago

Hi .

I need service manual of

This model



9 years ago
service manual pdf of swelab ac 920 | Swelab AC-Series

i want service manual pdf of swelab ac 920 | Swelab AC-Series



  • All parameters and histograms (RBC, WBC, PLT) showed on display and print-out.
  • Memory of 800 control results, and 600 samples including histograms. 
  • Levey-Jennings plots and X-bar calculations.
  • No start-up time and automatic stand-by position.
  • Built in dilutor–only one manual step has to be performed.
  • Case Book with over 80 examples of hematological diseases, physological changes and artefacts  
  • AutoCounter (AC), compared with the microscopic blood smears. 
  • Reagent level detectors.
  • Printer output and serial output as standard.

Additional Specifications

  • Dimensions: W/D/H 33/43/34 cm
  • Weight: 13 kg

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