Discover the simple steps for setting up a measurement with the QbD1200 laboratory TOC analyzer.
Welcome to the QbD1200 virtual demo where we'll set up a measurement and take a look at the results.
From the home screen, go to “Perform Measurement” and create a new sample tray.
Choose the number of samples. In this case, we'll choose eight.
Then choose the number of samples to be taken from each vial loaded in the auto-sampler. You can see as you change this, it changes the icon representing the number of samples from each vial.
Next, let's assign some IDs to those samples. Here we'll use the label builder which will format the name of the test record.
It's easy to drop and drag these boxes into position. At the bottom of the screen, it gives you an example of what the name will look like.
Now we're ready to start the measurement. Under the status bar, you can see exactly what's happening at every step of the measurement process. Rinsing reagent, loading reagent, and so forth . . . This provides you reassurance so that you know that the process is working correctly.
As we fast-forward, notice the time elapsed. We'll go up to the very first replicate measurement of this first sample. You'll see that the shape of the first sample turns green. Going even faster to the fourth sample, if you touch the screen position for prior samples, it will then show you the measurement result for each of those samples.
One of the nice features of the QbD1200 is that this sample tray is editable even after a run starts. So here we're removing samples in positions six, seven, and eight, and then we're going to add a sample in position number nine. This can be really helpful if you have an emergency sample that just came in and you want to run it straight away.
Notice that as we add a sample to position number nine, we're going to put in a different number of replicates for this sample compared to the rest of the tray. In this case, we'll put in four, and you'll see that in sample position nine, the icon changes from three pieces of pie to four.
Now, if we touch a position for a previous sample . . . in this case, position three . . . it shows us the results. We can also toggle to a screen that shows all of the results in table view.
You can expand the curves for any particular sample and look in detail at their runs.
This is a really nice feature to look at both the TIC and the TOC curves.
When the measurement run is complete, we can review any of the results right on the screen. You can also touch the sample positions and look at the curves and the statistics.
Expand the curves, as previously shown, and then go ahead and create a report.
The report wizard in the program allows us to review the report on the screen before printing or exporting.
Or you can go back and review your other options, including sending your report over USB to a memory stick or over Ethernet on your network.
This concludes the virtual demo.
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