The pipetting robot that uses conventional
electronic pipettes.

Easy laboratory automation

Andrew+ pipetting robot offers fully automated liquid handling using Andrew Alliance electronic pipettes and labware holders called Dominos. By adding Device+, our ever-expanding portfolio of connected devices and tools for processes such as heating, shaking or labware transportation, Andrew+ evolves into a full walk-away automation solution.

Creating the connected laboratory, Andrew+ is part of the OneLab ecosystem, executing laboratory protocols designed in OneLab.  This flexible architecture enables you to effortlessly transition from laborious manual pipetting procedures to error-free, fully-robotized lab workflows – without any knowledge of programming, laboratory robotics or automation engineering.

Andrew+ Demo

Watch Andrew+ in action

In these videos, our biologists explain how Andrew+ enables users to automate commonly used,
laborious, liquid handling for PCR Prep and Plasmid DNA Purification, respectively,
whilst ensuring superior repeatability and full traceability.

Plasmid DNA Prep

Intuitive user interface

Reproducibility and full traceability of sample preparation is assured using a highly intuitive browser-based software environment. OneLab enables scientists to graphically design their own pipetting protocols in minutes and execute them straight away in any laboratory in the world, even allowing the remote monitoring of ongoing experiments. Use a flexible and secure platform that withstands the rigors of regulatory validation

Andrew+ pipetting robot widest pipetting range

Widest pipetting volume range

Andrew+ pipetting robot uses single and multichannel electronic pipettes, ensuring the best liquid handling performance and maximum flexibility. Andrew Alliance smart electronic pipettes are manufactured by Sartorius and based upon their acclaimed Picus pipettes.

Andrew Alliance pipettes are optimized for used with the Andrew+ pipetting robot, allowing greater flexibility in the type of liquid handling experiments that can be run, providing superior experiment reproducibility, pipetting speed and a market leading dynamic range of dispensing volumes for a liquid handing robot –from 0.2 µL up to 10 mL.

Andrew+ is compact

The liquid handling robot is designed to fit the majority of laboratory benches and biosafety cabinets (BSC). Andrew+, even with 2 full rows of Dominos (allowing to use 7 microplates or 56 falcon tubes or 168 microtubes) occupies a depth of ~55cm/22”, that fits even the smallest hoods. The unique compact size and design of our liquid handler allows it to work at a temperature of 20°C-37°C. 

Versatile working deck, tools and devices for all your needs

The Andrew+ deck layout is quickly adaptable to your experiment materials and are incredibly easy to set with the ever-expanding range of Dominos: a magnetic-based modular solution that enables Andrew+ to use a broad range of consumables.


In addition to pipetting liquids, the Andrew+ liquid handler can perform a wide range of complex experimental steps such as tube/plate transport or solid-phase extraction using vacuum.
Thanks to OneLab, you will benefit to a seamless integration of new capabilities added to your setting.

Andrew+ pipetting robot complex workflow with connected devices

Automated Protocols with Andrew+

Specifically optimized for Andrew+, various applications and methods guarantee the delivery
of better pipetting accuracy and improved reproducibility
Waters SARS-CoV-2 LC-MS kit enables precise and reproducible preparation of three SARS-CoV-2 peptides from the NCAP protein using the Andrew+ pipetting robot facilitating efforts to gain more insights into the SARS-CoV-2.
A rapid antibody affinity purification method using Protein A magnetic beads is fully automated using the Andrew+ Pipetting Robot, achieving high recovery of monoclonal antibody with reliable reproducibility.
This method provides example protocols of automated sample preparation for standard curve generation, using the Andrew+ Pipetting Robot with cloud-native OneLab software.

Application notes

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Andrew+ pipetting robot

Automated liquid handling using conventional electronic pipettes, allowing any scientist to move to automation without any robotics or programming knowledge.

Andrew+ technical specifications


1 year

Power requirement

Voltage range 90~264 VAC, AC current 1.85A/115VAC, 1.0A/230VAC, Frequency 47~63Hz, inrush current (max) 120A/230VAC

Electrical configuration

Andrew+ should be connected exclusively with the power supply GSM220B24-R7B, in Asia, and GSM160B24-R7B, in ROW, and electrical cable supplied with the instrument


Wi-fi (2.4 Ghz / 5 GHz)
Ethernet connection (1Gigabit)

Operating temperature


Imaging system

Hand: High resolution camera equipped with white LED light
OLM: High resolution camera equipped with low power white LED and class II
red laser (wavelength = 650 nm)

Operating humidity

Maximum relative humidity 80% for temperatures up to 37° C.


Up to 2000 m above mean sea level

Safe operating conditions for the system

Fluctuation of the supply voltage up to 10% of the rated voltage Transient overvoltage

Degree of protection

IP 20

Required personal computer characteristics

Tablet or computer equipped with Internet browser and network capability.


Dimension with both arms folded: 53.5 cm (H) x 43 cm (W) x 45.5 cm (L)


16 kg (only the robot)


Integrated audio system (nominal power = 1.5 W)

Additional external power interfaces

Connection with docking station (1A @ 24 V) 4 tool slots embedded in the tool stand (500mA @ 7.5 V)

Working space

Domino self-assembling configuration dynamically set-up on a conventional bench space, allowing operations on an arbitrary set of Domino from 1 up to 11 elements compatible with multi-channel pipette – according to available space and experiment requirements.

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