Medica EasyRA

Features & Specifications

The Medica Easy RA is a fully automated table top, compact random access Clinical Chemistry analyzer that accommodates the diverse needs of small laboratories and Research centers.


  • EasyRA is an Easy to learn, use, maintain and afford. It requires minimal training .


  • Its simplicity and sturdy design has made it one of the most reliable chemistry analyzer in the world chosen by leading Routine laboratories, Research institutes and Veterinary labs worldwide.


  • No routine photometer lamp replacement is required as it uses a state of the art Xenon flash lamp, no routine maintenance is required just the half f yearly changing of a pump tubing performed by the user that takes less than a minute . All this makes it a Virtually maintenance free analyzer.


  • All reagents are liquid, stable, and ready to use. You do not have to set up or program any test parameters as the RFID chip located in each reagent bottle label contains all reagent information.


  • It has a throughput of 300 tests per hour (480 with integrated ISE),


  • It has a 24 position patient sample Tray


  • The state of the art and precise automated pipetting system enables the use of small sample volumes between 2 and 25 uL  depending on the requirement.


  • Low Deionized / Distilled water consumption of typically less than ½  liter per running hour, thereby eliminating the need for an online Deionized water plant.


  • Deionized / distilled water and waste are contained on board, thereby eliminating the need for a waste plumbing or  an online Deionized water plant


  • The analyzer can accommodate sample cups or primary tubes in a wide range of sizes


EasyRA Specifications

System specifications : true random access, clinical chemistry analyzer


Throughput :  300 tests/hr*, 240 ISE test/hr (4 ions)*.


Patient results per hour :  Photometric up to 240 tests/hr.


Patient results per hour : Photometric with ISE up to 480 tests/hr


STAT time : 8 minutes (Na+/K+/Cl-/CO2/BUN/CREA)


Types of analysis : endpoint, enzymatic, rate, bichromatic, potentiometric, enzyme immunoassay (EIA), turbidometric immunoassay (TIA)


Samples : 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: 1:2, 1:3, 1:5 and 1:10 final dilution


Sample volume : photometric chemistries: 2.0–25.0 uL; programmed in 0.1 uL steps; ISE chemistries: serum: 80–90 uL; urine: 140 uL


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


Reagents : 24 positions for reagents; reagent cooling temperature 12º–15º C less than ambient; 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. 6 open channels.


Reagent volumes : reagent volume (R1)/test 120–350 uL; programmed in 1 uL steps. reagent volume (R2)/test 10–50 uL; programmed in 1 uL 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)


Wavelength : 340, 405, 520, 550, 600, 660, 700; half bandwidth 10 ± 2 nm


Light source :  Xenon flash lamp, 5 year typical life


Photometric linearity :  0.0–2.5 Abs units for 0.6 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, ability to archive and retrieve 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 kg ) without reagents


Ambient conditions : 15º–30º C (59º–86º F); <85% relative humidity, non-condensing atmospheric air environment


Computer requirements : minimum: Windows® 10**; CD/CD-RW; 1 RS-232 or USB port; touch screen monitor or SVGA colour monitor, mouse and keyboard


Printing : local or network printer


Optional feature : ISE Module


* Based on a 12-second cycle time. Actual tests per hour may vary.

** Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation.