Awareness Technology ChemWell 2910 or Elisys Uno: Which ELISA Analyzer To Choose?

Automated ELISA analyzers such as the Elisys Uno and ChemWell 2910 offer a range of features and specifications to help you determine the best fit for your laboratory's needs.


Company HUMAN Awareness Technology
Model Elisys Uno ChemWell 2910
Analyzer type 1-plate fully automated ELISA analyzer 1-plate fully automated ELISA analyzer and clinical chemistry
Plate loading capacity 1 plate/run 1 plate/run
Samples positions 96 (without predilution) 96 (including calibrators and controls)
Reagent positions 27 positions on one reagent rack 27
Internal barcode reader No No
Pipetting system 1 steel needle (no tips) 1 steel needle (no tips)
Computer External External
Interfaces USB USB
LIS Ethernet, uni-directional, free definable protocol, manual execution Ethernet, uni-directional, free definable protocol, manual execution

*All information is correct as of March 2024


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Selecting the right automated ELISA analyzer can significantly enhance laboratory efficiency and accuracy. This comparison between the Elisys Uno and ChemWell 2910 highlights their key features to help you decide which one best meets your laboratory needs.

Analyzer Type

The type of analyzer defines its functionality and versatility in performing various assays. A fully automated system can streamline operations and improve throughput.

  • Elisys Uno: A 1-plate fully automated ELISA analyzer, ideal for smaller labs or lower throughput needs.
  • ChemWell 2910: A 1-plate fully automated ELISA analyzer and clinical chemistry system, providing additional flexibility for diverse testing requirements.

Plate Loading Capacity

The number of plates an analyzer can handle at once impacts its throughput and efficiency. Higher capacity allows for more simultaneous testing, saving time.

  • Both analyzers: Can handle 1 plate per run, suitable for lower throughput requirements.

Samples Positions

Indicates the number of sample tubes the analyzer can hold, affecting the volume of tests it can process at once. More sample positions enable higher throughput.

  • Elisys Uno: Accommodates 96 samples without predilution, supporting smaller batch testing.
  • ChemWell 2910: Supports 96 samples, including calibrators and controls, making it efficient for complete batch testing.

Reagent Positions

The number of reagent slots determines the variety of tests the analyzer can perform simultaneously. More positions enhance flexibility in handling different assays.

  • Both analyzers: Offer 27 positions on one reagent rack, allowing a range of tests.

Internal Barcode Reader

Automated barcode readers enhance sample tracking and identification, reducing errors and improving workflow efficiency.

  • Both analyzers: Do not include an internal barcode reader, requiring manual tracking.

Pipetting System

Critical for accurate liquid handling, the pipetting system directly affects test precision and repeatability.

  • Both analyzers: Utilize 1 steel needle without tips, suitable for basic pipetting needs.


The type of computer (internal or external) used to control the analyzer affects its integration and ease of use.

  • Both analyzers: Utilize external computers, offering flexibility in upgrades and maintenance.


Connectivity options determine how well the analyzer integrates with other lab equipment and information systems.

  • Both analyzers: Equipped with USB interfaces, providing basic connectivity needs.

Laboratory Information System (LIS)

Integration with LIS enhances data management and workflow efficiency, crucial for modern laboratories.

  • Both analyzers: Support Ethernet, uni-directional communication with free definable protocols and manual execution.


When choosing between the Elisys Uno and Chemwell 2910, consider your laboratory's specific needs regarding throughput, flexibility, and integration capabilities. Both analyzers offer similar features and capacities, making them suitable for smaller labs with lower throughput requirements. Evaluate these features to select the analyzer that best fits your laboratory's requirements.