ER280  PowerChrom 280 Chromatographic Data Recording System

ER280 PowerChrom 280 Chromatographic Data Recording System
ER280 PowerChrom 280 Chromatographic Data Recording System
  • Collect, display and analyse chromatography data
  • Upgrade your GC, HPLC or IC
  • Two channels with up to 24 bit resolution
  • Control autosamplers and fraction collectors
 

 

The PowerChrom 280 system is used for the collection, display and analysis of chromatographic data.

PowerChrom 280 System comprises PowerChrom software and a PowerChrom 280 hardware unit. Runs on Windows 10, XP, Vista and 7 computers. Signals are collected from one or two detectors at up to 24 bit resolution

PowerChrom software is also sold separately for use with e-corder recording systems.

Update Your Chromatograph

PowerChrom is the ideal data acquisition system for upgrading your GC or HPLC. Replace paper recorders, integrators, DOS- and early Windows-based systems, and work with the latest generation of computing technology. Autosamplers and fraction collectors can be triggered with contact closure or TTL signals. Multi-run experiments are controlled via sequence documents.

Export Friendly

You can export raw chromatograms (as graphics or tabular data), peak reports, and method and sequence tables, to other graphing software, word processors, and spreadsheets.

Manual Peak Editing

For difficult peaks, when adjusting automatic thresholds becomes time consuming, just use manual peak editing to add, delete, skim or otherwise directly edit a peak - just point and click!

Application Notes

Citations

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  • Hollow fiber liquid-phase microextraction for the determination of trace amounts of rosiglitazone (anti-diabetic drug) in biological fluids using capillary electrophoresis and high performance liquid chromatographic methods.   Khaldun M. Al Azzam, Ahmad Makahleah, Bahruddin Saad, and Sharif M. Manso.   Journal of Chromatography A,  1217, 3654-3659, 2010.
  • Behavioral Response and Transmitter Release During Atonia Elicited by Medial Medullary Stimulation
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  • Effects of Ethanol on Extracellular Levels of Adenosine in the Basal Forebrain: An In Vivo Microdialysis Study in Freely Behaving Rats.   Rishi Sharma, Samuel C. Engemann, Pradeep Sahota, Mahesh M. Thakkar.   Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research,  34, 813–818,  2010.
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  • Lower emission plant using processed low-rank coals.   G. Domazetisa, P. Barilla, and B.D. James.   Fuel Processing Technology,    91,  255-265, 2010.
  • Determination of triazine herbicides using membrane-protected carbon nanotubes solid phase membrane tip extraction prior to micro-liquid chromatography.   H.H. See, M. Marsin Sanagi , Wan Aini Wan Ibrahim,  and A.A. Naim.   Journal of Chromatography A, 1217, 1767-1772, 2010.
  • Deleterious effects in mice of fish-associated methylmercury contained in a diet mimicking the Western populations' average fish consumption.   Jean-Paul Bourdineaud, Masatake Fujimura, Muriel Laclau, Masumi Sawada, and Akira Yasutak.   Environment International, 37, 303-313, 2011.