The Quansys multiplex (Q-Plex) measures ferritin (Fer), soluble transferrin receptor (sTfR), C-reactive protein (CRP), α-1-acid glycoprotein (AGP), and retinol-binding protein (RBP). We compared Q-Plex results with reference-type assays and evaluated Q-Plex performance. Pearson correlation and Lin's concordance coefficients between the Q-Plex and reference assay were: Fer 0.98 and 0.91, sTfR 0.88 and 0.35, CRP 0.98 and 0.98, AGP 0.82 and 0.81, and RBP 0.68 and 0.31, respectively. The median relative difference between the Q-Plex and reference assay were: Fer -2.4%, sTfR 107%, CRP 0.03%, AGP -1.3%, and RBP 51%. The Q-Plex intra-assay CVs were <5%; the inter-assay CVs were higher: Fer 11%, sTfR 14%, CRP 9.3%, AGP 7.5%, and RBP 19%. EDTA plasma produced 74% higher Q-Plex sTfR concentrations compared to serum. Analyte stability was good for ≤5 freeze-thaw cycles. After adjusting Q-Plex data to the reference assays, sensitivity and specificity were >85% for Fer and CRP; specificity was >85% for sTfR, AGP, and RBP. Using performance criteria derived from biologic variation, Fer, CRP, and AGP met the minimum allowable imprecision (<10.7%, <31.7%, and <8.5%, respectively) and difference from the reference assay (<±7.7%, <±32.7%, and <±10.3%, respectively), while sTfR and RBP exceeded these thresholds (<8.5% and <7.8% for imprecision and <±7.7% and <±12% for difference, respectively). The Q-Plex measures multiple biomarkers simultaneously, is easy to perform, and uses small sample volumes. With some improvements in accuracy and precision (i.e., sTfR and RBP), this assay could be a useful tool for low-resource laboratories conducting micronutrient surveys for epidemiologic screening applications. These findings need to be verified using other populations, particularly those with inadequate micronutrient status.