Answering your analytical and laboratory needs
This easy-to-use, yet powerful software package is tailor-made for the Epsilon 1 and Epsilon 4 benchtop spectrometers. It adds considerable flexibility for fast elemental analysis across the periodic table without the need for special accessories or modifications. The software enables everyone to carry out routine operations requiring little expert knowledge – the software takes care of it all.
The comprehensive Epsilon software performs quantitative and qualitative analysis. Standard features include:
- User-friendliness: simple routine user interface with 'easy-measure' push-button operation
- Automatic program selection (APS) conducts rapid measurements to determine the optimal application choice
- Application setup advisor or ‘conditions finder’ that automatically optimizes the instrument parameters to obtain the best data for specific applications and access security to protect against unauthorized interference or operator error
Data from Epsilon benchtop spectrometers are presented in an easily interpretable graphical form. With on-line Statistical Process Control (SPC) immediate warning is given when any results fall outside the control limits. In an industrial environment this offers a means of observing trends and signaling unexpected deviations in the materials or process being controlled. Transmission of data to other computers for LIMS purposes can be set up in an automatic way or only transmitted when prompted by the user.
Easy data handling
- Advanced spectrum evaluation and processing
- Fully integrated peak deconvolution for unraveling complex spectra*. This function separates closely-spaced peaks that would otherwise not be resolved
- Special algorithms accurately describe peak shape and background profiles, providing truly accurate, robust analysis without the need for secondary filters and/or reference spectra
- Easy qualitative comparison of multiple spectra, including a two-dimensional and three-dimensional spectrum evaluation tool
- Correction for inter-element ‘matrix’ effects using advanced Fundamental Parameters (FP) algorithms
- Easy transfer of calibrations to other Epsilon benchtop spectrometers
* The spectrum evaluation is done by non-linear least squares fitting, based on the AXIL algorithm developed by the University of Antwerp (Belgium).