Instrument Interfacing

Laboratories are in the need of affordable instrument interfacing solutions. Margy Tech's interfacing tool "Labcon+" revolutionizes your laboratory data flow process. LabCon+ eliminates transcription errors and increasing user compatibility, reduces the need for manpower to do data entry and increases the quality of results. LabCon+ also allows quicker sample turnaround to release the reports. LabCon+ transfers the data of Results data, Repeat values, STAT sample values, QC values directly to LIMS. Margy Tech offers LaCon+ instrument interfacing solution to laboratories along with iLIS & iHIS products. LabCon+ tool can be easily synchronised with any custom built LIMS / HIMS products without replacing the existing LIMS / HIMS. LabCon+ tool is capable enough to all major instruments available in the industry.
LabCon+ is a modular structured tool which is extremely flexible and communicates with instruments and subsystems using TCP/IP, Serial port, Web service or File transfer. LabCon+ tool is enabled with sending & receiving data of barcoded samples. There are four major categories of Instruments interfacing.
Simple instruments that generate results from one or more samples and parameters Unidirectional instruments that transmits results data with additional information, including sample ID and Test ID Bi-directional instruments that send Patient data, Test ID, Barcodes to instruments and receive Results, or QC values Complex and complicated instruments yet to integrate.

Instrument Interface features

  • Centaur CP
  • Dimension Xpand+
  • Centaur XP
  • BC-5300 Haematology Analyzer (BC 5000)
  • Beckman Coulter
  • Bayers Urine Analyzer

  • SYSMEX BX-3010
  • Clinical Stat
  • Mispa Nano
  • Mindray BC 3000 plus
  • BC5300
  • BS220
  • Electrolyte ROCHE 9180
  • Beckman Access 2

  • MINDRAY BS 2600
  • BS120
  • BC2800
  • BC5600
  • Mispa I2
  • Mindray Bs-420
  • Mindray Bs-390
  • Pictus 400
  • Beckman Coulter AU 480

  • Cobas C111
  • Cobas e411
  • Horiba Micro ES 60
  • Sysmex XN-350
  • Tosoh AIA - 360
  • A15
  • Mindray
  • Cobas 6000
  • Meril Auto Quant & many more...

Modality Interfacing

Having multiple modalities in a system gives more affordance to users and can contribute to a more robust system. Having more also allows for greater accessibility for users who work more effectively with certain modalities. Multiple modalities can be used as backup when certain forms of communication are not possible. This is especially true in the case of redundant modalities in which two or more modalities are used to communicate the same information. Certain combinations of modalities can add to the expression of a computer-human or human-computer interaction because the modalities each may be more effective at expressing one form or aspect of information than others.

Third Party Interfacing

Device and third-party software integration mean an extension of additional external data to an existing project using different devices or APIs (Application Program Interfaces). Using third-party software, developers can create a new solution in a shorter period of time, taking already existing components instead of writing new code from scratch, connect any type of device to your software to obtain new data, analyze it and process to automate the delivery and save operational time.

For example, if you want to design an app for delivering some services online, you may need a chatbot. The developers can create a new chat interface or use an available API and integrate it into your solution that will be much easier.

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