Mass Spectrometry & Spectroscopy
New Online Configurator Extended
Jul 10 2018 Read 307 Times
Hellma recently released their new online configurator for optical immersion probes and process flow cells; which are used with fibre-optic coupled lab and process spectrometers.
Hellma stated that the major benefits of this completely re-developed user-interface are the improved navigation and the integration of the Hellma Axiom product range. Their new concept offers alternative routes to start and complete the product selection, which they claim makes it easier to find the most suitable solution from the wide range of possibilities and configurable options.
Hellma stated that by specifying the basic parameters and operating conditions, the most appropriate options are automatically pre-selected by the configurator for the user. By entering an article number the user can also directly retrieve and display a defined configuration. Both their standard and configured products cover a wide range of applications in the process, pilot plant, field and laboratory environments. They added that if the user finds that some product parameters are not ideal, they can be modified and adapted within the configurator to meet the optimum solution for a specific application.
Since not all parameter selections are directly compatible Hellma’s new software dynamically checks their dependence with each other. In this way the user can see which combinations are possible and which are not. Also new is that all the probe and flow-cell accessories are now integrated into their configurator, while required certification can also be selected at the same time.
Hellma advised that this modern online application can be used on desktop computers, tablets and smartphones. Configurations can be saved, modified and up-dated as projects progress. You can try it for yourself at www.mypatprobe.com.
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