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Clarity Newly Supports Advion’s Line of expression Compact Mass Spectrometers

Published: Monday, April 28, 2014
Last Updated: Monday, April 28, 2014
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DataApex announced the release of a control driver for Advion’s expression compact mass spectrometers (CMS).

The control module includes both digital control of the detector and digital data acquisition of the detector signal. It also allows performing all service operation necessary for the detector from the Device Monitor software window. Clarity Chromatography Software provides seamless integration of expression CMS with a wide range of HPLC systems (Agilent, Shimadzu,Knauer, Hitachi…) that are already controlled by Clarity . 

Clarity MS Extension greatly extends Clarity capabilities. Clarity is able to evaluate spectral data from MS detectors together with data from conventional HPLC detectors (including quantification) and add the third dimension for data analysis. Clarity Chromatography software can provide interactive spectral analysis, peak purity analysis and compound identification that is based on a spectral library search.  The extension is prepared to function with single quadrupole MS and TOF MS detectors.

Clarity Chromatography Software has a strong position in the chromatography data systems market. Clarity is highly regarded for its intuitive approach, excellent performance, cost-effectiveness and proficient technical support.

DataApex is solely focused on chromatography software development. A strong emphasis is placed on technological innovation, visionary adoption of new laboratory standards, best practices and extensive customer support. DataApex products are sold in over 90 countries around the world. Ten chromatography instrument manufacturers privately resell labeled versions of DataApex’s software.  


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