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Automate your Existing Lab Reactor with the Lara Expansion Hub
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Automate your Existing Lab Reactor with the Lara Expansion Hub

Automate your Existing Lab Reactor with the Lara Expansion Hub
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Automate your Existing Lab Reactor with the Lara Expansion Hub

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The Lara Hub is designed to simultaneously accept and control a wide range of third party devices

Radleys have announced that the updated Lara Expansion Hub now enables computerized control of your lab reactor system and the integration of a wide range of third party laboratory equipment.

The Lara Expansion Hub and Version 2 Lara control software offers chemists powerful expansion and development opportunities using their existing lab reactor.

The Lara Hub is designed to simultaneously accept and control a wide range of third party devices including many popular brands of balances, thermoregulators/circulators, pumps, stirrers, temperature probes, pH probes and turbidity meters as well as digital input and output devices/relays. 

Combined with the latest Version 2 Lara software the Lara Hub will control and data log a whole array of devices. 

Using its recipe driven software, the Lara Hub provides the power to log or repeat experiments, precisely mimic plant, build experiment product and process libraries, and thereby optimizing reactions and, further improving the efficiency of your process development.

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