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More Data, More Control, More Possibilities

Continuous on-line, or in-situ, data allows for real-time process control. With off-line data, decisions can only be made at the time of sample analysis, resulting in imprecise timing or missing events entirely. Permittivity measurement is quickly becoming the industry standard because of the robust real-time data. It correlates well to off-line cell counting in the crucial exponential phase without the risk of counting errors. Incyte Arc sensors can be used to increase process quality across many cell lines, process types, and scales. Learn what Incyte can do for you with integration facilitated by the Hamilton Applications team.

Incyte SU (Single-Use)

Hamilton's game-changing viable cell density sensors are now available in a patch-based format that is welded directly into a bioreactor bag.

Incyte Arc

Incyte Arc sensors enable real-time, in-situ measurement of viable cells, making it possible to detect events and respond in real time without increased off-line sampling.

Existing Incyte (Pre-Amp version) sensors will continue to be supported. To get documentation or re-order sensors, visit the Incyte (Pre-Amp version) page.

Incyte (Pre-Amp Version) Sensors

Will Hamilton Cell Density Sensors Work with My Process?

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Hamilton cell density sensors are compatible with many types of cell lines and microbial strains, process types, and industries. Read more below or download our Cell Density Applications eBook to see real data with different cell lines and process types.


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The Power of Permittivity

Permittivity measurements are the most reliable method of monitoring viable cell density. This measurement is immediately affected by changes in viable cell density and can be used to time process-specific actions for maximum yield. Permittivity can also be used to detect changes in cell physiology and is the most immediate method for determining the beginning of the cell death phase.

Continuous Data

Incyte Arc sensors provide a real-time measurement of viable cell density with continuous permittivity data. Off-line samples only provide limited, error-prone data points, so process events may be missed. Real-time permittivity reveals changes in cell physiology, so advanced process control can be automatically triggered for process optimization.

Incyte In Action

From increasing yield to shortening process time, the real power of permittivity is in your hands. As shown in the examples below, ask yourself what you could do with continuous process data.

Process understanding

Expand your PAT capabilities with permitivity and gain process insights such as cell physiology through use of multi-frequency scan.

Automated control

Precisely time key process events such as feeding, induction, and harvest for lower production cost, increased yield, and enhanced product quality.

Consistent quality

Compare permittivity data to ensure batch-to-batch and scale-up reproducibility.

Continuous process improvement

Gather on-line viable cell density data every run to enable continuous optimization.

Process optimization

Real-time data means never missing a key process event. Use this data to develop enhanced process decisions for increased efficiency and prolonged productivity. Alternatively, use ArcAir Data Modeling software for real-time understanding of legacy off-line counts.

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Utilize Hamilton’s Application Team and proven evaluation process for rapid implementation and robust product evaluation.


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