Applied Instrument Technologies (AIT) has launched new SpectraQ analytical software, designed for collecting calibration spectra and perform routine quantitative analysis on samples.
A primary on-line analyzer control, integration and analysis software, SpectraQ, enables the use of AIT’s Analect FTIR and FT-NIR instruments and sampling accessories for routine laboratory analysis and instrument validation.
Applied Instrument Technologies president Joe LaConte said SpectraQ enhances the customer’s experience through an easy-to-use intuitive user interface.
"With flexible customization, it supports multiple analysis methods and data collection parameters," LaConte added.
Applied Instrument Technologies sales and marketing vice president Robert Hegger said the ability of SpectraQ to seamlessly interface with the company’s SpectraRTS process spectroscopy software provides the critical link between laboratory and process FTIR development environments.
"And the ability to provide multi-language support creates a global product," Hegger added.