RURO Introduces the FreezerPro(R) ColdTrack RFID Kit
Frederick, MD, Dec 17, 2012 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) --
RURO, Inc., a leading developer of innovative research productivity tools, is pleased to offer the FreezerPro ColdTrack RFID Kit, a fully integrated RFID solution for labs of any size specializing in the collection and management of frozen samples.
The FreezerPro(R) ColdTrack RFID Kit is designed to electronically track large collections of samples kept at ultra-low temperatures in biobanks and biorepositories. The kit consists of RURO's FreezerPro software, RFID-tagged ColdTrack Vials and a BoxMapper - a USB powered scanner that provides rapid mapping of samples to the rows and columns in a freezer box.
The BoxMapper can map the entire contents of a standard size freezer box in less than a second and is unaffected by frost and ice, except in cases of extreme ice accumulation. Since scanning is quick, integrity is maintained because sample heating is kept to a minimum.
Kit components include:
FreezerPro(R) Standard or Enterprise
1000 Wheaton 2mL vials with embedded RFID tags
10 Wheaton cryo-boxes with a choice of 9×9 or 10×10 configuration
1 BoxMapper - USB powered RFID reader
RURO Support Services
Additional options include:
Single-vial RFID reader
Wi-Fi handheld RFID reader
According to Vlad Lebedev, Systems Architect with RURO, "The FreezerPro ColdTrack RFID Kit is an easy to use, accessible way to start tracking cryo-vials with RFID technology."
Learn more about the FreezerPro ColdTrack Kit by visiting http://www.ruro.com/coldtrack
BioTillion is revolutionizing the way samples are tracked in low temperature biobanks using RFID technology. For more information, please visit http://biotillion.com/
Headquartered in the heart of Maryland's biotechnology corridor, RURO develops state of the art computer software and RFID solutions for research, biotechnological, pharmaceutical, healthcare and government (homeland security) laboratories in the US and worldwide.
For more information please visit RURO online at http://www.RURO.com
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