FLUIGENT A-I-O SOFTWARE
Fluigent’s New All-in-One (A-i-O) software is a tool for real-time control of pressures and flow rates. Its modular interface is designed for independent and easy monitoring of all parameters for each channel connected.
Key features :
- 1 click from pressure to flow-rate control
- 20ms datalogging sampling frequency
- automatic instrument detection
The software is compatible with the LineUP™ and the MFCS™ series.
For automated protocols use the MAT software
- Ease of use :
- Intuitive and ergonomic user interface
- Enter pressure or flow rate numerically or by using sliders
- Change from flow rate to pressure control in 1 click
- Save favourite flow rate and pressure configurations for future use
- Focus on the experiment :
- Live monitoring and control
- Mutli-tasking with independent channel control windows
- Detect potential blockage in small dimension devices with the intelligent monitoring feature
- Get more data with 20ms datalogging sampling frequency
- More useful data :
- Advanced graphic features : adjustable scale, absolute or relative values, channel display selection, …
- Export directly to Excel
- Display up to 16 channels (pressure and flow-rate combined)
- Customizable user interface
- Keyboard shortcuts for saved configurations
- Resizable panel and windows
- Integrated online help service
- Low memory footprint (low RAM usage)
- Compatibilities :
- Compatible with Windows 7 and higher
- 32bit and 64bit systems supported
- A link module is required for use with the LineUP™ series
A “hot plug and play” connection means that the device can be connected to the computer while both the device and the computer are powered on, and the operating system recognizes and configures the device automatically, downloading and installing any required drivers without any additional action on the user’s part.
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