Sysmex Europe


Our UX-2000 answers a longstanding customer wish for greater convenience and automation in urinalysis. Now, a single device incorporates the two most common testing methods in urinalysis. Dry chemistry test strips, and particle analysis using fluorescence flow cytometry.

At a single push of a button, this bench-top analyser takes on the complete urine screening process. Using criteria that you define in line with your needs. To the highest and which comply to recent regulatory standards. With high clinical utility. And some of the most comprehensive parameters available .

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In the UX-2000, we believe we have addressed all your major challenges in urinalysis: cost, speed, quality, networking and standardisation.

To date, lab staff has always had to run two separate tests: test strips and particle analysis. No longer. Now the UX-2000 offers both test strip analysis for three types of test strip, and particle analysis using Sysmex’s world famous fluorescence flow cytometry plus hydrodynamic focusing, now applied in urinalysis.

You can free up significant time for your lab staff to concentrate on other matters. Choose which type of tests you wish to apply. Test for a vast array of parameters  and eliminate errors associated with the manual testing process. You will also offer the high-quality standardised testing called for by today’s extensive legislation.


At last: two-in-one urinalysis

Lab users have been calling for it for years, and we have come up with the solution: a single urinalysis analyser that performs both dry chemistry test strip analyses and particle analysis using fluorescence flow cytometry.

You can now define the testing process applicable for each sample – test strip analysis only, sediment analysis only, or both analyses combined. The job is done at the press of a single button. And you can easily adapt the different workflows to your laboratory needs using settings available to any authorised user.


Just push one button and the job is done

Urinalysis used to take up a large amount of lab staff’s precious time – selecting which samples need which; manual test strip testing, reading the results and then entering the results into the database.

No longer. You can now define the testing process for each sample. Then you simply place the samples in racks on the sampler, and press the button. If you want, the device can automatically select a test strip that offers an additional Prot/Crea ratio or one with a microalbumin concentration test. Just place the test strip types of your choice in the dedicated compartments.

Mixing and aspiration are automated with an aspiration volume of just 800µL and defined and automated dilution of 1:4 for sediment analysis and 1:8 for bacterial analysis. Labelling and incubation at optimal temperatures are automatic too. So you know you can count on the results.

Thanks to the high level of standardisation and automation, throughput is quick – up to 150 samples per hour depending on sieve criteria and the sample pool. And importantly – your results are in your database within minutes and you can exclude a possible UTI. Instead of having to wait for hours like you used to. 

Technical specifications
  • Dry chemistry teststrip test (CHM)
  • and fluorescence flow cytometry (FCM)
Parameters teststrip part (depending on the type of teststrip) 
  • Glucose (9U, 10U and 10K)
  • Protein (9U, 10U and 10K)
  • Bilirubin (9U, 10U and 10K)
  • Urobilinogen (9U, 10U)
  • Blood (9U, 10U and 10K)
  • pH (9U, 10U and 10K)
  • Ketone Bodies (9U, 10U and 10K)
  • WBC (9U, 10U and 10K)
  • Microalbumin (10K)
  • Creatinine (10U and 10K)
  • Microalbumin/Creatinine Ratio (10K)
  • Protein/Creatinine Ratio (10U and 10K)
  • Specific Gravity (transmission refractometry method)
  • Turbidity (reflectivity measurement method)
  • Colour (light-scattering measurement method)
Parameters FCM part 
  •  Analysis parameters: RBC, WBC, EC, CAST, BACT
  •  Research parameters: X’tal, YLC, SRC, Path. CAST, SPERM, MUCUS, Conductivity
Results, scattergrams and histograms 
  • Shown in the IPU as individual teststrip and fluorescence flow cytometry results, but also as merged results
  • A plausibility check between the results from the two different analysis parts is possible.
Profiles ordered by item rack, LIS order or default orderTeststrip analysis only (choosing a dedicated feeder is possible) Particle counting and differentiation only (can be performed in manual or sampler mode)
Possible workflows

FCM as a reflex test, triggered by criteria based on CHM results

100% rule: always both analyses (CHM and FCM) to be performed


Approx. 150 samples/hour (with 50% particle analyses)

STAT functionAvailable for FCM part
Sampler unit capacityIntegrated sampler with a capacity for 70 samples in the entry and 60 samples in the exit area
Reagent managementIntegrated into the IPU
Data storage 
  • Analysis results: 10,000 analyses including scattergrams and histograms
  • QC chart: 24 files (300 points/file)
  • Patient Master: 5,000 items
  • Doctor Master: 100 items
  • Ward Master: 100 items
  • Error log: 3,000 items
  • Audit log: 3,000 items
  • Maintenance history: 3,000 items
  • Reagent replacement history: 3,000 items
Dimensionsmain unit 800(W)x710(D)x720(H)mm
Weight main unit

Approx. 120kg (with sampler)

Interface to LIS 
  • SUIT (Sysmex Universal Interface)
  • TCP/IP connection
Operative temperature15°C to 30°C
Operative humidity30–60% R.H. (no condensation)
NoiseLess than 85dB
Power requirementAC 100–240V, 50–60Hz, 400VA max. (main unit plus sampler and built-in barcode reader)

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Bornbarch 1

22848 Norderstedt


+49 (40) 527 26 0

+49 (40) 527 26 100

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