Automated microorganism identification and antimicrobial susceptibility testing analyzer AutoMic-i600 can quickly and accurately identify microorganisms by biochemical and detect antibiotic sensitivity in vitro.
In the identification part of this product, the identification results of the bacteria were determined by comparing with the database about biochemical reaction, such as carbon source utilization, enzyme activity and antibiotic resistance of the bacteria.
The design of random placement of cards , the two-way intelligent identification and matching of cards and specimens.
Stable X, Y, Z axis structure and incubation tower design, automatically complete sample addition, incubation, and result interpretation.
64 cards incubation position, to meet the testing needs of all levels of users.
2 methods（Colorimetric，turbidimetric）determination, continuous automated regular interpretation, and AI intelligent algorithm model make the results are more accurate.
Report templates to meet diverse needs.
Two-way identification, full barcode paperless management, accurate traceability.
The strain library, database and expert system jointly constructed by multiple centers, meet the needs of identification.
An expert system based on the latest versions of CLSI and EUCAST files, providing continuous upgrade services, authoritative and reliable interpretation of results.
Automatic correction of the sensitivity interpretation of natural and forced resistance, including ESBLS, CRE, MRSA, VRE, PRSP, high levels of aminoglycosin resistance and clindamycin induced resistance
2358_Rev A_2#Tip IFU Data Sheet
2357_Rev A_YEAST ID&AST IFU Data Sheet
2356_Rev A_Streptococcus AST IFU Data Sheet
2355_Rev A_Non-fermenting bacteria AST IFU Data Sheet
2354_Rev A_Gram Positive bacteria ID&AST IFU Data Sheet
2353_Rev A_Gram Positive bacteria AST IFU Data Sheet
2352_Rev A_Gram Negative bacteria ID&AST IFU Data Sheet
2351_Rev A_Fungus AST IFU Data Sheet
2350_Rev A_Enterobacteriaceae AST IFU Data Sheet
Number of antibiotics
Range of Application
Staphylococcus, Enterococcus, Bacillus
20 MIC test + Horizontal streptomycin resistance test, clindamycin induced resistance test, high level gentamicin resistance test.Characteristic antimicrobial drugs: Oritavancin, ceftaroline, daptomycin.
ESBLs confirmatory test, antibacterial drugs: ceph- alosporin/sulbactam, cephalosporin/avibactam, moxifloxacin, tigecycline.
Pseudomonas, Acinetobacter, Burkholderia cepacian, Stenotrophomonas maltophilia
Featured antibacterial drugs: Ceftazidime/Avibac- tam, Tigecycline, polymyxin B, Piperacillin/tazo- bactam.
19 MIC test+ Clindamycin Induced Resistance Test.
Candida,Cryptococcus and Aspergillus
10-14 concentration gradients, quantitative detec- tion.
Number of antibiotics: 20
Range of Application:Staphylococcus, Enterococcus, Bacillus
Advantage:20 MIC test + Horizontal streptomycin resistance test, clindamycin induced resistance test, high level gentamicin resistance test.Characteristic antimicrobial drugs: Oritavancin, ceftaroline, daptomycin.
Number of antibiotics: 26
Range of Application:Enterobacteria
Advantage:ESBLs confirmatory test, antibacterial drugs: ceph- alosporin/sulbactam, cephalosporin/avibactam, moxifloxacin, tigecycline.
Number of antibiotics: 22
Range of Application:Pseudomonas, Acinetobacter, Burkholderia cepacian, Stenotrophomonas maltophilia
Advantage:Featured antibacterial drugs: Ceftazidime/Avibac- tam, Tigecycline, polymyxin B, Piperacillin/tazo- bactam.
Number of antibiotics: 19
Range of Application:streptococcus
Advantage:19 MIC test+ Clindamycin Induced Resistance Test.
Number of antibiotics: 10
Range of Application:Candida, Cryptococcus and Aspergillus
Advantage:10-14 concentration gradients, quantitative detec- tion.
Sample injection method
Automatic sample addition
50μl±3μl 100μl±3μl 150μl±3μl
Temperature of incubation area
Number of filters
hCG (for Reader)
Drugs of Abuse
MS2000 MALDI – TOF
BC60 Blood Culture
BC120 Blood Culture
Modern Day Slavery Policy
Carbon Reduction Plan
© All Rights Reserved, Chirus Limited 2020-23 | Website design by: YostratO