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DataApex Announces a New Control Driver for the CETAC ASX-8000 Autosampler

Published: Monday, February 04, 2013
Last Updated: Monday, February 04, 2013
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DataApex has announced the release of a new control driver for the ASX-8000 Autosampler from CETAC Technologies, USA.

This driver has been officially released with Clarity Chromatography Software version 4.0.3.The ASX-8000 driver has been developed in close cooperation with CETAC Technologies, Inc.  
„Adding the ASX-8000 driver to a broad portfolio of Clarity drivers expands business opportunities for both companies. Clarity users acknowledge multiple control options that are available in our Clarity.”  Jan Hruby, DataApex general manager commented the driver release.

CETAC provides products for a variety of markets including environmental, life sciences, food & beverage, pharmaceutical, petroleum, clinical/forensic and separation sciences markets. CETAC has been providing OEM services for over 19 years and has over 50 OEM partnerships. For more information visit www.cetac.com or contact CETAC at oem@cetac.com.

Clarity Chromatography Software has a strong position in the chromatography data systems market. Clarity, the third generation of DataApex products, allows controlling more than 400 different instruments from the single environment and offers its users very high flexibility. Clarity is highly regarded for its intuitive approach, excellent performance, cost-effectiveness and proficient technical support.


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