AGC’s new ‘TrendVision’ chromatography software

AGC’s new ‘TrendVision’ chromatography software

7:56 AM, 8th December 2015
AGC’s new ‘TrendVision’ chromatography software
TrendVision chromatography software which is the complete chromatography integration package that provides the gas chromatograph operator with all the tools needed to interpret the data and results from the chromatograph.

COUNTY CLARE, IRELAND: AGC Instruments Ltd said that it has launched its new TrendVision chromatography software which is the complete chromatography integration package that provides the gas chromatograph operator with all the tools needed to interpret the data and results from the chromatograph.

The TrendVision software integrates all the instrument control, data handling, display, reporting and export functions needed in the industrial and laboratory environment into one package.

These extended capabilities enable all methods to be stored with valve timings so that the GC can operate in an automatic mode. Up to four GC channels are available and allow data from up to eight continuous gas analysers to be displayed within the software. This means that third party equipment such as moisture, O2 and CO2 analyser results can be displayed beside the data from the GC.

TrendVision also provides a unified chromatography method whereby all settings are contained in a single method, including event tables, calibration tables and integration settings.

In addition, this software enables the GC systems to run in a fully unattended mode whereby it will automatically perform the required analysis using the pre-programmed methods. This is coupled with the ability to send results back to a DCS or control room using fieldbus protocols or traditional 4-20 mA signalling. If On-Line operation is not required then the software runs equally well in its Stand-Alone mode with the same functionality and ease of use.

TrendVision Plus is the most recent release of the well recognised chromatography data capture software. Specifically designed for this market, it has been developed following careful consultation with a host of industry leaders so that it is both easy to use and set up.

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