The MQuant® StripScan mobile application reads the results of MQuant® test strips in just seconds. Leverage this app for in-process control in food and beverage production, disinfection control or environmental testing, for the following parameters:
Our MQuant® test strips provide semi-quantitative detection of parameters. Combined with the app, it provides digital precision when reading your results.
How to measure the parameters using the app?
The MQuant® StripScan App is supported on mobile devices (smart phones and tablets) with iOS 15 and Android OS 12 or higher. Build your profile in the app to have your results documented and your data saved.
To download, search for “MQuant® StripScan” either in the Google Play Store or in the Apple App Store or scan the QR code from the MQuant® Card provided with your MQuant® Test.
Download your free mobile app for test strip readout now
Start the MQuant® StripScan app on your mobile device and have your MQuant® test strip and MQuant® Card provided in product package ready for testing.
The MQuant® StripScan app allows for easy read-out of 10 chemical parameters, see RELATED PRODUCTS below.
Dip the test strip into your prepared sample for approx. 2 seconds. Shake off excess liquid from the strip and dry the backside of the strip using a paper towel.
Select the relevant test parameter in the app and follow the wait-time indicated by the countdown clock.
During the countdown, place your dipped test strip centered in the grey area of the MQuant® Card.
Before the countdown ends, place the smartphone over the MQuant® Card and align the marks on card and screen.
The read out is triggered automatically.
Get the test result directly from the app screen. All test results are saved to your profile.
Log-In to the MQuant® Web Portal at https://www.mquant-stripscan.com/login. Here, you can manage your user profile, view and analyze results, and share test data with team members or directly to a LIMS system.
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