Chromera Chromatography Data System for LC

Chromera Chromatography Data System for LC

PerkinElmer, Inc.

The Chromera® Chromatography Data Systems (CDS) combines powerful functionality with unmatched ease of use for more streamlined data handling. It’s the first CDS developed keeping UHPLC specifically ...read more

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The Chromera® Chromatography Data Systems (CDS) combines powerful functionality with unmatched ease of use for more streamlined data handling. It’s the first CDS developed keeping UHPLC specifically in mind, and can be configured for simultaneous multi-detector/multi-channel operation for the ultimate in sample analysis and component identification.

Chromera's intuitive Microsoft Outlook®-like user interface is easy to learn and operate, and has been thoughtfully designed so that any task is only one or two mouse clicks away. Every screen is optimized to maximize the integration of information, and to put the right tools where you need them, when you need them.

Providing exceptional functionality, Chromera helps streamline workflow for efficient sample analysis and data acquisition. Direct, “hands-on” control of instruments allows active methods and sequences to be modified in real-time, and run time can be extended during analysis to facilitate your method development process.

With a comprehensive suite of 3D spectral analysis tools for Photo Diode Array detection, Chromera helps you achieve a deeper understanding of your samples and more confident identification of your chromatographic peaks.

For backward compatibility, Chromera has adopted the proven algorithms of its TotalChrom predecessor. It also includes several wizards that easily enable key functions, from checking and adjusting integration parameters and automating sample sequence development, to generating templates to customize your reports.

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