Analytical software for FTIR and FT-NIR by Applied Instrument Technologies

Manufacturer of FTIR and FT-NIR spectrometers, Applied Instrument Technologies, Inc. (AIT) (Upland, CA), has announced the introduction of its new SpectraQ Analytical Software package. This software enables the effective use of AIT's Analect FTIR and FT-NIR instruments and sampling accessories for routine laboratory analysis and instrument validation. This software was designed to collect calibration spectra and perform routine quantitative analysis on samples. SpectraQ software works in the SpectraRTS applications environment. SpectraRTS is AIT's primary on-line analyzer control, integration, and analysis software for its line of Analect products.

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Applied Instrument Technologies Introduces SpectraQ(TM) Analytical Software

UPLAND, Calif., July 31, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Applied Instrument Technologies, Inc. (AIT), a leading manufacturer of FTIR and FT-NIR spectrometers for process development and real-time on-line analysis has announced the introduction of its new SpectraQ Analytical Software package.

SpectraQ enables the effective use of AIT's Analect(TM) FTIR and FT-NIR instruments and sampling accessories for routine laboratory analysis and instrument validation. SpectraQ is a software application designed to collect calibration spectra and perform routine quantitative analysis on samples.

"SpectraQ enhances the customer's experience through an easy-to-use intuitive user interface," said Joe LaConte, President of AIT. "With flexible customization, it supports multiple analysis methods and data collection parameters."

SpectraQ software works in the SpectraRTS(TM) applications environment. SpectraRTS is AIT's primary on-line analyzer control, integration, and analysis software for its line of Analect products.

"The ability of SpectraQ to seamlessly interface with our SpectraRTS(TM) process spectroscopy software provides the critical link between laboratory and process FTIR development environments," said Robert Hegger, Vice President of Sales & Marketing for AIT. "And the ability to provide multi-language support creates a global product."

Applied Instrument Technologies, Inc., with an installed base of over 2200 systems worldwide, is expert in manufacturing rugged and reliable process analyzers. Products include Analect(TM) FTIR/FT-NIR, FXi(TM) Gas Chromatographs, MGA(TM) Mass Spectrometers, PIONIR® dispersive near infrared and RPM(TM) Raman photometers and spectrometers. AIT has earned recognition for providing high quality products with low maintenance costs.

To learn more about AIT, visit us on the web at: www.AITanalyzers.com.

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