software, X-ray fluorescence, SPECTRA

SPECTRAplus, SPECTRA.ELEMENTS, and SPECTRA EDX

X-ray fluorescence analysis (XRF) the easy way

Easy to use in daily routine, a maximum of intelligent analytical support, and highly flexible even for the most demanding applications: High performance X-ray fluorescence analysis (XRF) is made easy with SPECTRAplus, SPECTRA.ELEMENTS, and SPECTRA EDX.

 

The complete software packages for qualitative, standardless, and quantitative analysis offer all the benefits of the modern software operation from fast point-and-click operation to real multitasking. The standardized look-and-feel as well as the extensive help files make it easy to use from the very beginning: Simple and fast operation with minimal training required.

The integrated "Daily-Check-Routine" of SPECTRAplus, SPECTRA.ELEMENTS, and SPECTRA EDX is the base for simple periodical instrument checks according to GLP (Good Laboratory Practice).

Standardless Analysis by X-ray fluorescence (XRF) – Totally integrated for a maximum of analytical support

Standardless analysis – the major advantage of X-ray fluorescence analysis (XRF) – allows fast and easy determination of the chemical composition without performing a calibration. Due to powerful matrix correction based on variable alphas every kind of sample can be analyzed with optimized measurement parameters for the chemical composition, no matter which kind of sample preparation has been used.

 

Standardless Analysis with SPECTRAplus, SPECTRA.ELEMENTS, and SPECTRA EDX is flexible: Setting the analytical goal it allows quick determination with fast scan mode or improved accuracy and precision for later interactive evaluation.

 

In SPECTRAplus, SPECTRA.ELEMENTS, and SPECTRA EDX the standardless calibration is totally integrated for a maximum of analytical support: Optimized measurement conditions are provided for every single element, recommended line overlays and overlay factors are available. The most important advantage is that standardless calibration parameters can be integrated in user specific calibrations to expand dedicated methods for elements where no standards are available: A maximum of flexibility.