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Learn more here about how to use the RDS-2500 in our new Youtube Tutorial Series!
The RDS-2500 can do more! read about it in our newest brochure.
Introducing our new Rugged Sleeve for the RDS-2500 made from silicone for shock absorption from any potential drops. To transport the reader easier and safer, we now offer a storage case, made with hard waterproof plastic, lined with cushioning foam.
We've grown together in 2018 and we look forward to continued relationships with our network of partners and customers in 2019. For new projects or questions about Detekt's capabilities, as always, feel free to reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org. Our team … Continue reading
Developing a new assay or converting a qualitative assay into a quantitative one? The RDS-2500 visually magnifies test line signal, making it visible on a large touchscreen while converting the signal into a quantitative value you can analyze and easily … Continue reading
We have had many beautiful fall days this year in Austin, Texas, but have also experienced rainfall at a record high. Heavy rain can affect water quality, and portable systems like the RDS-2500 system are perfect for in-the-field testing to provide immediate … Continue reading
Detekt's suite of in-house 3D printers enables our team to create rapid prototypes and iterate product design ideas in just hours. This Halloween, we used our printers to make something a little spookier than usual by recreating Freddy Krueger's glove from A … Continue reading
We recognize that different test requirements have varying cassette or cartridge needs. That's why Detekt works alongside our customers who develop and sell assays to provide guidance in prototyping and manufacturing housings suitable for their unique test and market application requirements. … Continue reading
When each individual test result matters, data entry accuracy is critical. During high-throughput testing, data entry mistakes that occur can throw off test results in a spreadsheet, costing you time. That’s why we added a front-facing camera to our RDS-2500. … Continue reading