QSense Omni vs QSense Pro – comparing features and functions
Jennie Ringberg Jul 2, ’24 ~ 4 min

QSense Omni vs QSense Pro – comparing features and functions

When choosing a QCM-D instrument, there are several aspects to take into consideration. If you have identified automation and reproducibility as critical factors for your needs, both the QSense Omni and QSense Pro excel in these areas. Even though there are similarities, the two products are tailored to different needs and have their respective unique strengths. This guide aims to help you decide which instrument best suits your requirements by providing a detailed comparison of their features and capabilities.

QSense Omni vs QSense Pro – side by side comparison

Both QSense Pro and QSense Omni were designed with high throughput, low sample volume, and high reproducibility in mind. In addition to that, however, the two products have their unique niche.

QSense Pro – tailored for large-scale analysis

The QSense Pro platform is ideal for large-scale QCM-D analysis, enabling real-time study of molecular interactions at surfaces and interfaces. The platform is designed for automation, it enhances productivity and reproducibility compared to manual instruments. This fully automated system is engineered to maximize efficiency, making it the optimal choice for comprehensive and precise QCM-D analysis.

QSense Omni – the latest innovation, combines flexibility and automation

QSense Omni is the newest member of the QSense family, representing a significant advancement in QCM-D technology. It delivers exceptional performance and data quality, allowing for high-quality and reliable QCM-D data generation. This 4th generation modular and upgradeable instrument suite is designed to simplify and enhance the research process, making it easier for scientists to obtain precise and trustworthy results. In a nutshell, QSense Omni combines automation with flexibility. It also gives you the sharpest QCM-D data and instrument ease of use.

With that said, some differences stand out when comparing the two systems

QSense Omni

  • Independent channels, temperature control, and flow
  • No need for a probe, which reduces the risk of cross-contamination
  • Direct injection
  • Live script editing and guiding software
  • Smaller footprint

QSense Pro

  • Automated pre-mixing
  • Larger number of consecutive samples
  • Smaller sample volume


QSense Pro

QSense Omni, 4 channels

7-harmonic QCM-D



Volume (minimum required in flow mode)

50 µl


90 µl


Throughput (measurement channels)



Automated liquid management



Automated sample pre-mixing



Live script editing



Direct injection



Guiding software



Independent channels (Temperature and flow)



Probe-based liquid handling



Footprint (cm)

67 x 57

43 x 36

Number of consecutive samples

Up to 96 (96-well plate)


Concluding remarks

Both the QSense Omni and QSense Pro are automated instruments, each designed to meet specific research needs with distinct strengths. The Pro is ideal for large-scale, high-throughput analysis, while the Omni combines automation with flexibility and excels in providing the sharpest data.

Get the instrument specifications below for a more detailed comparison of the two instruments

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Get the full specifications of QSense Omni and QSense Pro

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Related products

   QSense Omni Intuitive interface and automation to minimize hands-on time and maximize  success rate.
   QSense Pro Looking for a companion in large-scale QCM-D analysis? The fully automated  QSense Pro is best fit for the job.


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