Lab Software Centralized Control and Data Recording with Lab Software

Author / Editor: Frank Jablonski / Dipl.-Medienwirt (FH) Matthias Back

Exhibitions like Pittcon have to focus on productivity or convenience to address and attract lab users. Exhibitor Endress und Hauser is known for a variety of analysis equipment and shows in Orlando a lab software to combine different measuring methods.

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Memobase Plus. (Bild: Endress+Hauser Conducta)
Memobase Plus. (Bild: Endress+Hauser Conducta)

Orlando/USA - At Pittcon 2012, Endress und Hauser Conducta is introducing Memobase Plus, a Windows-based PC software and database that integrates multiple methods of measurement and multiple measuring points with centralized control and data recording in a laboratory PC application.

In Memobase Plus, reports are generated with calibration and measurement data providing an audit trail to comply with current and future regulatory agency requirements, the company states and adds: "harnessing the advantages of intelligent sensor technology with the convenience of an easy to use PC application, Memobase Plus improves productivity, record keeping and repeatability when measuring pH, ORP, conductivity, dissolved oxygen, and chlorine in the laboratory environment."

Users just need a PC (touch screen or keypad) to which the sensors are connected via a small box called MemoLink. This box transfers communication from the sensor to the USB port of the attached computer. Up to four sensors can be operated in parallel in Memobase Plus’s multichannel and multiparameter measuring system.

Endress+Hauser Conducta is at Pittcon 2012 at booth #867.