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Sysmex XP-100: Innovative Hematology Analyzer from Transasia Bio–Medicals

Sysmex XP-100 is a Japanese true 3-part differential hematology analyzer with innovative technology and cutting edge features

Suresh Vazirani

Transasia Bio-Medicals, India’s leading IVD company has launched Sysmex XP – 100, a new automated 3-part differential hematology analyzer. This next generation product is manufactured in Japan by the Sysmex Corporation.

Transasia is a leader in the three-part differential analyzer (3PDA) segment with more than 10,000 customers in India.

XP-100 provides real-time external quality assurance programme with the help of Sysmex Network Communication System (SNCS), amongst other critical and cutting edge features and will positively impact the growing 3PDA segment in India.

“Transasia is committed to add value to our customers and to improve the quality of healthcare. Our objective is to optimise and bring latest medical technologies to India. In order to provide better care for more people, we adopt and adapt technologies, thus making them suitable for the Indian market,” stated Suresh Vazirani, Chairman and Managing Director, Transasia Bio-Medicals Limited. He further stated, “The new Sysmex XP-100 will further strengthen our mission to provide innovative solutions for the prevention, early detection, diagnosis and monitoring of diseases.”

The new state-of-the-art hematology analyzer is made in Japan, and will prove to be useful in screening and clinical diagnosis of anemia, thrombocytopenia, thalassemia, other hematological disorders, inflammation and malignancies. The instrument has been specially designed to meet the demands of healthcare professionals and deliver and beyond.

SysmexXP-100 - Product overview

  • Fully automated 3-part differential hematology analyzer (3PDA)
  • Enumerates 20 parameters (both in whole blood and pre-diluted mode) which includes WBC, RBC, HGB, HCT, MCV, MCH, MCHC, PLT, LYM%, MXD%, NEUT%, LYM#, MXD#, NEUT#, RDW-SD, RDW-CV, PDW, MPV, PCT and P-LCR
  • Absolute Neutrophil count
  • Throughput 60 samples/hour
  • Real-time online quality control availability with SNCS module
  • Large colour touch screen with user friendly intuitive graphic icons
  • Equipped with bar code reader for positive sample and reagent identification
  • Extended data storage.


#6 PANKAJ HANS 2013-10-01 17:02
Can any one share the best price for the XP-100
#5 Muzaffar Ahmad 2013-06-23 22:31
Dear Sir,

I am Muzaffar, Incharge Technitian of SNCU MCCH Hospital, Anantnag. I want broucher and cost of XP100.


#4 Sangam Hari Reddy 2013-05-07 15:55
Hi sir request cell counter requirement. Please.
#3 Pranaba Kishor Panig 2013-02-05 20:18
I want to see a brochure of your product XP100.

Will you please arrange to send me the same.

Thanking you

Sincerely Yours

#2 Pranaba Kishor Panig 2013-02-05 20:17
Dear Sir,

I am Pranaba, working as Jr. Lab Technician at DHH Malkangiri. I am using Lablife H3D Premier Haematology Analyser since last 3 years. Now I want to take a 3 parts haematology analyser, a haematology service er. Kindly told the xp-100 product of your company. I want to see a brochure of your product XP100.

Will you please arrange to send me the same.

Thanking you

Sincerely Yours

#1 bobbyanand 2013-01-18 13:07
Dear Sir,

I am Bobby, service engineer of Haematology cell counters. I want to see a brochure of your product XP100.

Will you please arrange to send me the same.

Thanking you

Sincerely Yours


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