ZetaView® model: QUATT

3 ZetaView® Models in 8 Years. How Are They Different?

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ZetaView® lets researchers quickly carry out multi-parameter Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis (NTA) without costly calibration procedures or high cost consumables. There are currently three ZetaView® models to choose from.

ZetaView® models available

ZetaView® TWIN NTA instrument ZetaView® QUATT NTA instrument
ZetaView® BASIC NTA PMX-120 was the first model released by Particle Metrix. It only has one laser and is the platform on which the other two models are built. ZetaView® TWIN NTA PMX-220 is the twin-laser model. It was released after the basic model and gives users a choice of two lasers to use for fluorescent labelling and excitations. ZetaView® QUATT NTA PMX-420 is the most recently released ZetaView® instrument. This product gives users a choice of four lasers to use for fluorescent labelling and excitations.

Regardless of the ZetaView® model you choose, some features are guaranteed

Feature

BASIC, TWIN and QUATT
Similarities Very short measuring times

“Ready to use” calibration standard

11 measuring positions

Outlier free result

Sample recovery

Fully automatic focusing of the optics

Quartz cell channel and easy cleaning

SOP methodology

Complies with GMP standards

IQ/OQ/PQ

Laser and fluorescence channels switched per mouse click

Choice of different fluorescence settings per SOP


SOP – Standard Operating Procedure, GMP – Good Manufacturing Practice Standards, IQ – Installation Qualification, OQ – Operational Qualification, PQ – Performance Qualification

 

More recent ZetaView® models do differ from the basic model

  Feature BASIC TWIN QUATT
Differences Fluorescence channels per sample

1

2

4

Choice between laser combinations

x

Upgradable by addition of lasers

Laser wavelengths (nm)*

405
488
520
660

375
405
488
520
640

405
488
520
640


SOP – Standard Operating Procedure, ‘-‘ denotes feature is not applicable.
* the wavelengths listed are those that are typically supplied. Contact us to discuss your laser requirements.

Why go for a ZetaView® model with more lasers?

Choose a product with more lasers for enhanced fluorescence measurement capability! Using 2 or 4 fluorophores on the same sample lets you identify 2 or 4 different sub-populations.

Users can upgrade their ZetaView® Basic and ZetaView® Twin instruments by the addition of lasers!

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