Metrohm Ion Chromatography Systems Integrated in Agilent OpenLab CDS
Sep 26 2019 Read 896 Times
By controlling Metrohm ion chromatographs, Agilent’s new chromatography data system (CDS) OpenLab has become yet more powerful. The major benefit for the analysis is that users can now perform all their chromatographic applications on one and the same universal software platform.
The integration of the Metrohm IC instruments is based on a dedicated driver enabling users of Agilent’s OpenLab CDS to comfortably program, control, and monitor all components of a Metrohm IC system in their familiar software environment. The requirements of the FDA CFR 21 Part 11 are met by OpenLab CDS, ensuring the full integrity and traceability of data and results.
Metrohm IC instruments can be fully operated by OpenLab CDS. The combination of a Metrohm IC and Agilent’s single quadrupole MS gives the option to perform IC-MS applications in one software. OpenLab users profit now from Metrohm’s unique suppressor technology, the flexible liquid handling with Dosinos, and the comprehensive Inline Sample Preparation Techniques.
There are more benefits: using just one software for everything saves time and money for training on different software and costs for validation will be reduced.
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