Liquid particle counter for USP 788 Sensitivity range: 1.5 – 125 μm
The APSS-2000 Liquid Particle Counter, within Particle Measuring Systems PMS comprehensive liquid particle counter line, includes: an SLS-1000 Syringe Sampler, a LiQuilaz® eSeries Light Obscuration Spectrometer and SamplerSight Pharma Software, allowing reports to meet 21 CFR 11 regulations for electronic records and signatures. SamplerSight Pharma Software allows operators to manage sampling requirements for batch-based operations and provides a comprehensive view of the batch information with histogram, time plot and tabular data presented in an easy-to-use format that is easily reported. SamplerSight Pharma features a validatable, user-friendly, Windows-based software with context-sensitive help. Find the best particle counter from Particle Measuring Systems PMS for your application.
- Particle sizing capability from 1.5 to 125 μm
- Sample volumes from 0.2 ml to 1 L
- Adapters for small volume injectibles (SVI) and bag testing for intravenous (IV) solutions
- Automated liquid particle counter sensor calibration
- Liquid particle counts reported per ml or per container values
- Available with various custom report formats
- SamplerSight Pharma complies with FDA 21 CFR Part 11
- Automated full calibration or routine verification functions
- Greater accuracy with 100% sample volume
- Precise sampling within 0.1 ml to produce repeatable results
- Comprehensive software development documentation and full instrument qualification (IQ), operations qualification (OQ) and performance qualification (PQ) protocols
- Reduced operator error and increased process accuracy with recipes for repeat sample processing
- Alarm levels for pass/fail criteria to ensure quality control
- Pharmaceutical parenteral particle monitoring to U.S. USP 788, EP, JP and FDA standards
- Parts/medical device cleanliness testing
- Laboratory water sampling for purified water testing and water for injection (WFI)
- Filter efficiency testing
Application Notes & Brochures
Where is the data stored?
If you can set up a database, is the data retrievable? What is the best way to set up fields for data retrieval?
How are databases best used? Should I get a new one each year? Should I have multiple databases?
Do sensors require alignment by PMS at regular intervals?
How is resolution calculated during calibration (same as USP <1788>)?