– Whole blood – Blood plasma – Capillary citrated blood – Normal and micro-volumes – For all commercial reagents – Maintenance free The measuring system A sensor monitors the ball rotating on the bottom of the cuvette. When a large coagulum is created, the ball is stopped on the wall of the cuvette. A smaller coagulum either slows the ball´s movement or directs it towards the centre of the cuvette. The following three parameters lead to the positive detection of a developing coagulum: The ball does not pass the sensor because it has stopped; the ball is no longer detected, because it has been directed toward the centre of the cuvette; the impulse sensor detects a delay in the ball's path. Fibrinolyse measures the time taken for a sample to coagulate before measuring the time it takes for the coagulum to break up. The calculator The operation is simple and easy to understand. All normal calculation types can be selected in dialogue form with the printer. The programming status can be programmed by using the key.