Features | Immunochromato Reader (Lateral flow reader)


High sensitivity

detect test lines that are virtually impossible for human eyes to identify. 

The C16723-60 in particular is designed to support the europium chemical element, providing higher sensitivity than other C16726 series models.

High reproducibility

The C16723 series suppresses measurement variations to lower than 3 %.

This allows accurate evaluation of lot-to-lot differences in reagent performance and measurement variations over time.

Regent compatibility

We have vast experience in detecting a wide range of labeled samples using both color-developing and fluorescent reagents.

The C16723 series utilizes a flexible universal holder that accommodates various types of reagent trays.

Advantages over previous units

  • Rapid measurement time: about one-half that of the previous units
  • Supports a broader range of samples sizes
  • Pass-fail check of color samples
  • Display screen (for easy verification of measurement count, etc.)
  • Improved versatility and operability via upgrades of measurement software


The software for the immunochromato reader series has two measurement modes that are selectable to match your task. 

Waveforms of measurement results are automatically acquired and their peaks then analyzed and displayed based on those waveforms.

Example of automatically acquired waveforms

Lot measurement mode

This mode continuously measures multiple reagents of the same lot (same type). Measurement results are saved in CSV format and can be viewed in their order of measurement.

Continuous measurement example

Acquired analysis data example (CSV)
Sample Peak-1 Peak-2
No. PeakX mABS PeakX mABS
1 292 15.4 699 199.5
2 298 15.1 706 199.0
3 297 15.2 705 198.9
4 296 15.1 704 199.1
5 300 15.2 709 199.0

Time-course measurement mode

This mode measures the reaction process of one reagent and follows its changes over time. This is effective in checking the reaction speed of each reagent and in analyzing time-course changes in color development and fluorescence intensities.

Time course measurement example

Acquired analysis data example (time-course changes in peak absorbance)

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