Cell-Chex® Auto

Cell-Chex Auto is an automated body fluid cell count control for Abbott®, Beckman Coulter®, Siemens Healthineers® and Sysmex® hematology analyzers. With this tri-level control, you can verify instrument accuracy at the lower WBC and RBC reportable range limits that standard CBC controls and calibrator material fail to assess.

Cell-Chex® Auto automated body fluid cell count control

Cell-Chex Auto is a tri-level body fluid control for evaluating the accuracy and precision of automated hematology analyzers that measure blood cell counts in patient body fluid samples. This control is compatible with Abbott, Beckman Coulter, Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics and Sysmex hematology analyzers and includes a two-part WBC differential for the Sysmex XE-5000 and XT-4000i analyzers.

Cell-Chex® Auto automated body fluid cell count control


  • Three levels of control
  • 30-day open-vial stability; 75-day closed-vial stability


  • Verifies instrument accuracy at the lower WBC and RBC reportable range limits than standard controls
  • Can be used to establish an analyzer’s sensitivity
  • Access to STATS®, our free interlaboratory quality control program for peer group data comparison
DescriptionCatalog Number
2 x 3.0 mL (Level 2, 3) 200065
3 x 3.0 mL (Level 1, 2, 3) 200066
3 x 3.0 mL (Level 1) 200067
3 x 3.0 mL (Level 2) 200068
3 x 3.0 mL (Level 3) 200069
6 x 3.0 mL (Level 1, 2) 213479

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