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Microplate Handling

Hudson Robotics equipment
Our microplate handling robots are designed to move SBS-footprint plates around a workcell, place and remove them from stacks and other devices, such as liquid handlers, readers, incubators, etc.   All of Hudson’s microplate robots can be easily integrated with third-party instruments to create work cells that automate applications and protocols with any level of complexity.
PlateCrane EX

PlateCrane EX

Rugged and reliable, it makes automating plate feeding to any of hundreds of supported instruments quick and easy. Many configurations are available to support your application, and it even fits in a standard hood!

PlateCrane SciClops

PlateCrane SciClops

The PlateCrane SciClops™  has all the capabilities of the well-known PlateCrane EX, PLUS it has built-in vision teaching and a 40% larger work envelope.   It  offers its revolutionary self-teaching capability that allows anyone to setup a fully-automated lab workcell:  Just Move It Near Your Instrument, and It Does the Rest!

LabLinx

LabLinx

LabLinx™ is a microplate delivery system that contains a control system, stacks, tracks and stoplinks. Each nest position situation along a TrackLink™ includes a StopLink™ which automatically detects the presence of a plate, closes to position the plate precisely within the nest, and sends a signal to the software control system to indicate the arrival of the plate to initiate the appropriate response

PA1000 Barcode Print and Apply

PA1000 Barcode Print and Apply

A high performance, high capacity solution for bar code labeling of microplates. The workcell consists of a 600 dpi Printer – Applicator and a Hudson PlateCrane microplate handling robot. The PA1000 Barcode Print & Apply™ Workcell is an integrated platform designed to be installed in any laboratory.

VaryVac

VaryVac

Hudson’s VaryVac™ robotically-controlled vacuum nest for filter plates has a unique combination of automated lid opening and sealing, precise closed-loop control of programmable vacuum levels, as well as an on-board computer that controls and monitors vacuum ramp-up, hold level and ramp down. It can be set to notify the user if a desired threshold vacuum level is not obtained because of a damaged plate rim, for example, or other causes of an incomplete vacuum seal.