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Stratophase Unveils New Data Monitoring Unit
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Stratophase Unveils New Data Monitoring Unit

Stratophase Unveils New Data Monitoring Unit
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Stratophase Unveils New Data Monitoring Unit


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The meeting is considered an important global event showcasing the newest Process Analytical Technologies (PAT) and Quality by Design (QbD) methodologies. Stratophase’s new device is a bench-top control centre capable of monitoring up to eight independent inline SpectroSens optical sensors.

SpectroSens sensors employ an innovative technology that interprets changes in refractive index to provide real-time process monitoring. The new data monitoring unit advances the company’s systems by providing a built-in touch-screen interface while reducing footprint by over 50%. Due to its new ergonomic form and smaller size, the SpectroSens unit is perfectly suited for use in a range of environments, from a small process development laboratory up to industrial scale requirements. The multichannel capabilities of the device allow it to be connected to a number of SpectroSens sensors, whether in a single, multi-stage process or in situations where multiple processes are running in parallel.

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