77 Elektronika


77 Elektronika

77 Elektronika Kft. is a major global developer, manufacturer and supplier of in vitro diagnostic medical devices, mainly urine analyzers, blood glucose meters and their consumables.

The company was founded in 1986, in Hungary (EU). The owners and CEO’s of 77 Elektronika, Sándor Zettwitz and his daughter, Gabriella Zettwitz manage the day-to-day operation. Flexibility, endeavour to meet market demands, strong and development-oriented product structure, economical technical solutions and commitment of employees are equally characteristic of the company.

77 Elektronika demonstrates a robust commitment to serving as a reliable partner, delivering products and services of the highest quality. The fundamental goal is to fulfill the needs of both customers and distributors, all while being mindful of the company’s environmental impact. To this end, the Quality and Environmental Management System has undergone evaluation and certification in accordance with ISO 9001, ISO 13485, and ISO 14001. Furthermore, all products bear the CE mark under Directive 98/79/EC (IVD).

Since its foundation, 77 Elektronika has been developing dynamically to the full satisfaction of its customers; from a team of a few people, it has expanded to be a widely acknowledged and prosperous company with more than 600 employees. In 2018, the volume of sales revenues reached EUR 100 million, and the products were distributed in nearly 100 countries. Products are supplied all over the world under 77 Elektronika’s own brand, as well as OEM and ODM products for leading multinational companies in the field of medical diagnostics.

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.