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Radleys’ new Control Software allows chemists to datalog and control multiple devices, including stirrers, circulators, balances, pumps, temperature sensors and other devices.

Control Software is designed to control jacketed reaction systems, including Radleys’ Reactor-Ready, Reactor-Ready Duo, Lara CLR plus other popular reactor makes.

It features an easy-to-use windows format with drag-and-drop icons.

A logical flowchart interface is claimed to make light work of setting up apparatus, creating recipes and running experiments.

All recipe and experimental data is automatically logged to .csv files and data can be recalled for analysis, as well as being shared with other users, departments or sites.

The software’s flexible licence allows pre- and post-experimental work on other computers.

Users can choose from several screen mimics to suit their reaction system setup.

They can also use the software to create recipes with any number of steps in series or parallel.

Experiments can be stopped, paused, skipped or modified mid-way through, with the additional ability to add comments or observations to the datalog throughout.

For safe operation, user-configurable alarms and emergency cut-off options can be set for each device.

An optional Data Hub allows up to four RS232 devices, including overhead stirrers, circulators, balances, peristaltic pumps, syringe pumps, pH meters, vacuum pumps, flow meters and turbidity meters to be integrate with the software.

Each Data Hub also features two Pt100 temperature sensors.

The number of RS232 ports can be increased to eight with the addition of a second Data Hub.

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