The Thermo Scientific TruScan RM Analyzer features a chemometrics package that allows users to build customized models for both qualitative and quantitative sample predictions.
The Thermo Scientific TruScan RM Analyzer for raw material identification and finished product inspection performs through sealed packaging to minimize contamination and exposure and offers other enhanced compliance features for regulated environments.
A new chemometrics package that integrates with the analyzer allows users to build customized models for both qualitative and quantitative sample predictions. Thermo Fisher designed this feature to enable faster, more informed decisions at the point of need, leading to faster process times.
The TruTools package leverages Eigenvector Research Inc.’s SOLO standalone chemometrics software. Advanced TruScan RM users can customize acquisition parameters, including number of scans, exposure time and laser power, then export the scan data in a SPC file format. This data is imported into SOLO, where users can build custom models that can then be deployed onto the TruScan RM handheld analyzer.
Source: Thermo Fisher Scientific