Labelling Petri dishes
The dataLink solution designs and prints labels for dishes containing the sample’s "identity card".
It tracks the data collected during microbiological analysis.
Traceability of analysis data
With easySpiral, you can use the all-automatic dataLink solution without setting any parameters.
Connected to Interscience products, all information relating to the analysis is traced. Incubation and counting settings are automated.
Without easySpiral, you can create customized labels with your information.
Configure your labels choosing the data to include.
Your data on the edge of the Petri dish
Controlled via the dataLink software, all information relating to the analysis data is traced and sent to the printer.
There are three label formats: alphanumeric, barcode and datamatrix.
dataLink label with easySpiral
2. Sample number
3. Operator code
4. Date and time of plating
5. Type of agar or method of analysis
6. Volume of plated sample
7. Plating method
Example of a dataLink label without easySpiral
Security of analyses
User account management, integrated into the software, manages rights according to roles. The dataLink interface gives access only to functions authorised by the role of the logged-in user. In this way, each user operates within the field of action assigned to them, without altering the data processed by other users. Password management makes user accounts secure.
The dataLink software complies with the directives of 21 CFR Part 11, including the implementation of an audit trail.
dataLink software interface
Automatic colony counting made easy
When used with an easySpiral, all plating data is sent to the Scan counter. Incubation and counting parameters are set automatically.
The label is on the edge of the dish, making it easy to read the plates. Results are saved and exported automatically.
Scan software interface
dataLink transmits the sample’s analytical data. The label generated is the identity card for the dish, eliminating manual data entry errors.