Mini Autosampler

SIELC Offers the Smallest & Simplest Random Access Autosampler


Based on a proprietary alpha/beta mechanic configuration, this miniature autosampler offers inexpensive and reliable automation for many analytical- and liquid-handling settings, including HPLC. Direct and comprehensive control of this small autosampler’s features, as well as high-level commands for succinct automation, provide quick and easy integration. Users can customize their mini autosampler with various valve configurations, tray designs, and syringe volumes and pressures. A built-in shaking feature allows for sample-mixing before injection and/or simple sample extraction inside the vial.

This compact autosampler comes designed with original equipment manufacturer (OEM) customization in mind. Custom shape, color, and communication interfaces can be adapted to integrate with any system. Comprehensive software integration support is provided. Other options include metal-free sampling and reagent addition and mixing capabilities.

This miniature autosampler is a component of the Alltesta™ automated HPLC system.

A simple software modifcation can quickly convert this small autosampler into a fraction collector.

The addition of our UV/Vis detector and liquid-carrier pump can convert this compact autosampler into a Flow Injector Analyzer (FIA).

Use this mini autosampler for different liquid-handling applications that require the precision transfer of small liquid volumes under high or low pressure.

Download the Mini Autosampler Brochure here.

Cloud-based software www.HPLC.cloud for autosampler operation, sequence storage and editing, and injection method creation are all available via StreamLC.

FOR ORDERS & QUOTES please email us at sales@sielc.com OR give us a call at +1 (847) 229-2629.

Specifications

Capacity 48 vials or 96-well plate
Pressure 5000 psi
Needle Wash Inside and outside
Syringe Capacity 200µL or more
Volume Accuracy 0.1µL
Dimensions 6 x 6.5 x 7 inch
Weight 5 lb
Power 24 V
Communication RS232 Virtual COM port via USB

Watch this brief video on how the autosampler operates
A very simple schematic operation of the autosampler