Open Solution Analytical LCMS Software
Optional Software for LabSolutions LCMS
An open access software platform, Open Solution Analytical provides a simple operational workflow for efficient confirmation of synthesized compounds. Ideal for LC/MS analysts performing molecular weight confirmation or purity confirmation tests of synthesized compounds, this intuitive software maximizes the use of network capabilities while enabling a set-up of a robust system for multiple users sharing one instrument.
Easy Compound Identification
Specifying the molecular weight of the target compound in the Sample Log-in screen enables easy identification of the target compound in the Data Browser.
Remote Data Review
Once data acquisition is completed, the software automatically sends an e-mail containing a URL to a quantitative results report in the Data Browser. This enables faster data processing by removing the need to search for data.
Automatic LC Management
A built-in software function allows a user to automatically wash the flow line after each sample analysis to prevent damage to or contamination of the LC column. An additional feature makes it possible to set a specific timeframe or day of the week to start up the system in preparation for analysis.
Easily Submit a Sample
After log-in, submit a sample and perform analysis on the same screen as sample registration. The progress of the analysis and queue time is shown in the Sample Log-in window for easy verification of system status.
Specialized Software Is Not Required
Launch the Data Browser and review results from any PC connected to the Open Solution Analytical network.
Monitor Target Compounds
The chromatogram peak is highlighted in green when the target compound is found. The MS spectrum in the peak is processed and the index of the spectral integrity is shown in the peak annotation.
Peaks may be easily added to or deleted from the LC/PDA chromatogram, which can be magnified, in the browser window. Processing can be performed via simple mouse commands, allowing users remote access to basic chromatographic analysis.