Sample management accessories

Helping you make the most of your researchers’ time

Accessories for sample management

cube rack scanner

The patented device is capable of imaging and decoding a rack in 1-2 seconds. DataPaq™ intuitive and flexible software (including free lifetime upgrades), is easy to use and simple to integrate with LIMS and other automation.


Provides walk-away operation allowing up to 15 racks to be loaded onto the comPOUND for storing or retrieval of tubes.

lab2lab solo

Utilising comPOUND’s remote delivery capability, lab2lab solo is a small benchtop device that can be situated in the laboratory, storing and retrieving racks of tubes to and from a remotely located comPOUND, making efficient use of precious laboratory space. Additionally lab2lab solo can be a convenient way to integrate comPOUND into an automated work cell.

lab2lab quartet

A small benchtop unit that can be remotely connected with up to four comPOUNDs. Enables samples located in separate comPOUNDs to be treated as a single library accessible to and from single racks.


Provides greater walkaway capacity, linking the lab2lab quartet with a cytomat ambient store. The comMOTION 2 can fully automate the storage and retrieval of up to 135 SBS tube racks, providing efficient overnight running capabilities. You can load up racks of samples to be stored before the end of the work day and arrive the following day with the previous day’s samples stored and the samples required for the new working day ready to go.


Fully automates the common steps in the preparation of assay plates from the comPOUND library. Able to connect up to 12 comPOUNDs giving access to a library of up to 2.4 million compounds, thawing, centrifuging, decapping, liquid handling, capping and returning to storage, all without any human intervention!

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