OPUS 8.7 is the latest release of OPUS, the leading software for measurement, processing and evaluation of IR, NIR and Raman spectra, compatible with Windows 10. OPUS is a true 64 Bit software, delivering utmost performance under native 64 Bit operation. Besides many further improvements, OPUS 8.7 includes exciting new microscopy features and marks another important step for the new OPUS validation program OVP-X, which now also supports the INVENIO platform.
New OPUS 8.7 features include:
- Novel particle analysis method: Particle analysis of chemical images, delivering particle characteristics (number, dimensions) and overall statistics.
- Cluster ID function for identification of classes: Chemical identity determination of classified sample components, such as particles, layers in laminates, components of pharmaceutical tablets and other inhomogeneous materials.
Version 4 is the latest release of OPUS-TOUCH, the first true touch-operated software for infrared spectroscopy. TOUCH provides highest accessibility for FT-IR beginners and full instrument control for experts, including monitoring of hardware and system status.
New TOUCH 4 features include:
Version 2.1.12 is the latest release of the BRAVO handheld Raman GUI software, supported by OPUS 8.7.31. Be guided straightforward through a reasoned workflow, including various analysis tools and report options, while simply touching icons on a large touch screen. BRAVO is designed for the operation in validated environments of the pharmaceutical industry and offers all required functionality to meet regulatory requirements out of the box.
New BRAVO handheld Raman features include:
The ONET 3.1 software is a server application accessed via a browser-based web interface (WebUI), allowing to set up, administrate and control a network of FT-IR or FT-NIR instruments from anywhere in the world. All data measured on local spectrometers are centrally stored. Nevertheless, all data and required files are still available locally, allowing for analysis of samples at any time even when the network is temporarily disconnected.
CMET 3.1 is the latest release of the process software forming the link between Bruker’s outstanding FT-NIR process analyzers and the customers Distributed Control System (DCS). Commands given by the DCS are transferred to CMET which in return starts a specific measurement and transmits the data back to the DCS for visualization and archiving as well as process monitoring and optimization. CMET supports various standard communication protocols such as Modbus, Profibus DP, 4-20 mA and OPC ensures optimal connectivity.
New CMET 3.1 features include: