77 Elektronika Kft.
77 Elektronika Kft. is a Hungarian private company developing and manufacturing in vitro diagnostic medical devices, mainly urine analyzers, blood glucose meters and their consumables. These products are supplied all over the world under 77 Elektronika’s own brand name, as well as OEM and ODM products for market-leading multinational companies in the field of medical diagnostics. The company holds ISO 9001, ISO 13485 and ISO 14001 certifications, while all its products are CE-marked under Directive 98/79/EC (IVD).
The continuous improvement of our development and manufacturing capacities enables us to supply state-of-the-art products to our partners at competitive prices. Our most recent, USD 3 million investment, which is currently in the phase of completion, serves this very end. We wish to boost the manufacturing of large, automated urine analyzers by – among others – doubling the space for these manufacturing operations, purchasing automated production equipment, increasing our cutting capacities and establishing the domestic manufacturing of cuvettes needed for the operation of sediment analyzers.
The range of urine analyzers developed by 77 Elektronika includes urine chemistry and urine sediment analyzers. Urine chemistry analyzers are dry chemistry strip readers based on reflectance photometry, while the operational principle of urine sediment analyzers is a world novelty relying on the automation of traditional manual microscopy and advanced image processing. In terms of size, urine analyzers can be small, easy-to-use devices, high throughput, semi-automated analyzers and fully automated instruments.
The blood glucose meters manufactured by the company are acknowledged for their high quality and state-of-the-art features. 77 Elektronika have already developed and marketed more than fifty models in the domestic and foreign markets. Owing to the success of the Dcont BGM products, the company has a leading position on the Hungarian blood glucose monitoring market, and there have been developed numerous meters for foreign markets, as well. The technology of the former models was based on reflectance photometry, while the current state-of-the-art blood glucose meters have come to represent the latest biosensor technology.