Compass Chromatography Data System
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CompassCDS is SCION Instruments’ universal chromatography data system designed for instrument control, data acquisition, processing and reporting. With its unique capacity for customisation, CompassCDS provides users with a powerful data analysis tool with extensive calibration and calculation options. Originating from the legacy Galaxie CDS, CompassCDS has evolved into the next generation CDS which easily integrates with LIMS, SCADA and other commonly used data management systems.
CompassCDS can either be installed as a simple, single PC workstation application controlling a couple of instruments, or as a fully scalable multi-lab, multi-instrument networked enterprise client-server solution, or anything in between.
The CompassCDS operator-friendly graphical user interface (GUI) has been designed to improve the operator experience by streamlining workflows, thereby increasing sample throughput and overall productivity. The dual view function, when used in conjunction with the InstantView option, enables users to run samples, view live data acquisition and review and report results from a single screen without the need to retrieve any data files. CompassCDS also comes standard with the feature set required to support laboratories that are required to comply with 21 CFR Part 11.
CompassCDS provides users with one of the most powerful chromatography data management solutions available today. However, there are often application specific instances that require additional flexibility and for these, Compass CDS has a comprehensive and well-documented API that enables the development of custom pre- and post-run plug-ins.
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