Syrris has announced that its Atlas laboratory software is an easy-to-use, PC-based application for control and analysis of experiments.
Whole systems, including stirrers, circulators, temperature sensors, pumps, balances, FTIR probes, FBRM, probes and so on, can be configured using virtually any manufacturer's apparatus by using an Atlas port.
The drag-and-drop interface means recipes can be created, changed and saved with the click of a mouse.
Atlas software enables set points, ramps or sophisticated profiles of control parameters to be set using tables or graphs.
It is also easy to define end conditions, shutdown limits and alarms, Syrris said.
Actions such as pH control, using a pump and pH meter, or gravimetric dosing, using a balance and pump, are made simple.
During a reaction, the Atlas laboratory software allows responses to be continuously monitored and graphed with easy-to-use alarms and emergency control.
Experiments can be modified on the fly, and all reaction data is continuously logged to CSV data files, making analysis easy.