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Dissolution Workstation Software

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All your test data in one easy-to-use interface
Agilent’s Dissolution Workstation Software facilitates complete control of up to four dissolution systems from a single PC. The software allows dissolution methods to be created, retrieved, edited, searched, and archived from a single interface.

Real-Time Method Monitoring. Method parameters, temperature measurements, and sampling times are captured and recorded with the Dissolution Workstation Software

Flexible. Run up to four independent dissolution systems with varying levels of automation using the same PC

Saves Time. Quickly locate existing test methods and configurations using the system files, method parameters, and reports, which are maintained in the centralized database

Compliant. The software provides a continuous audit log for the method in use, along with any intermediate method and configuration changes

Secure Access. Protect your data using integrated Microsoft® Windows® security. The software includes audit trail and electronic signature functionality for 21 CFR Part 11 compliance

Product Dissolution Workstation Software
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5301 Stevens Creek Blvd Santa Clara, CA 95051 United States

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