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Optimising Process Chemistry Experiments On-The-Fly
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Optimising Process Chemistry Experiments On-The-Fly

Optimising Process Chemistry Experiments On-The-Fly
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Optimising Process Chemistry Experiments On-The-Fly


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Radleys has introduced an improved version of its Lara reactor control software for laboratories looking to perform medicinal and process scale-up, scale-down or optimization experiments.

The Lara control software can not only be used with the Radleys Lara Controlled Lab Reactor (CLR) but can also function as a powerful stand-alone package to control/automate other non-automated reaction systems.

The software can provide reactor users with a wide range of functionality; including third party equipment control, automated data logging, graphing functions and post experimental analysis.

Designed to enable any chemist to use intuitively, the version 2.0 Lara control software offers enhanced flexibility, expanded safety features and simple operation.

To enable 'on-the-fly' control, the new software can provide users with direct access to editing parameters including temperature, stirring speed and pump/additions rate while an experiment/recipe is running. New feedback loops allow users to set limits enabling automated control of reactions using data from external sensors attached to the system.

Expanded options for third party equipment integration and a suite of recipe control functions increase operational flexibility. The version 2.0 Lara control software is offered as a free upgrade to all existing Radleys Lara CLR users.

The Radleys Lara CLR system brings the benefits of simple and productive process control and automation to a wider process synthesis chemistry market. Unlike non-automated bespoke reaction systems that may have been assembled with parts from different suppliers, the Lara CLR has been engineered from first principles to deliver a completely integrated hardware and software solutions that will make a real difference to the productivity of process chemistry.

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