Shimadzu LC Driver for Chromeleon™ 6.8

Shimadzu LC Driver for Chromeleon™ 6.8

Control of Shimadzu’s Nexera series by Thermo Scientific™ Dionex™ Chromeleon™ Chromatography Data System (CDS) Software (hereafter referred to as "Chromeleon™") 6.8 is now available through a collaboration between Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. and Shimadzu utilizing the “Chromeleon Driver Development Kit” for multi-vendor hardware control.

Seamless control of Shimadzu LC

Chromeleon Program Editor Screen

Chromeleon Program Editor Screen

Shimadzu LC control parameters are set through the Chromeleon Program Editor embedded in the Chromeleon software. These parameters are stored and handled as standard Chromeleon program files so that the instruments are directly controlled from Chromeleon.

  • Creation and modification of instrument programs
  • Report output of instrument programs
  • Direct control
  • Solvent blending
  • RF Detector 4Ch support
  • Multi column oven (Max 4 ovens)
  • System check
  • Auto purging

Digital data acquisition for enhanced reliability

Status data plotting screen

Status Data Plotting Screen

In addition to seamless system control, the detector signal is digitally transmitted to the data system. This eliminates the necessity to add an A/D converter for analogue data acquisition, making system validation easier and more robust. Furthermore, system status information, such as pump pressures and column oven temperature, may be monitored and recorded along with chromatograms, making your analytical data even more reliable.

Regulatory compliance support

Full system control, including autosampler control, uses Chromeleon Program File, and data processing is integrated with Chromeleon software so that the audit trail functions of Chromeleon software are fully utilized. This gives you full confidence in the compliance of the system to regulations such as GLP/GMP and US FDA 21 CFR Part 11.

* Chromeleon™ is a registered trademarks of Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc.

For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.

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