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SoftLinx from Hudson Control Group, Inc.

ProductsSoftLinx from Hudson Control Group, Inc.
Company Hudson Control Group, Inc.
Item SoftLinx
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Description 'SoftLinx software, a multitasking application capable of dynamic scheduling, is designed to make the programming and operation of lab automation workcells easy for lab personnel, yet flexible enough for custom modification by programmers. • Users create methods by building a simple drag-anddrop flowchart. If you can build a flowchart, you can write a SoftLinx method.

  • Multitasking executable program with built-in dynamic scheduling
  • Connectivity to >100 lab automation devices with Hudson-supplied interfaces
  • Icon-based drag-and-drop configuration and method editing
  • Individual icons for each connected laboratory instrument
  • Capable of simultaneously executing multiple method threads and multiple methods
  • Simple VCR-type buttons for starting and stopping methods
  • Real-time display of all workcell actions during operation of system
  • Supports full recovery from unscheduled shutdowns or interruptions
  • Superior context sensitive help system
  • Encrypted password entry and password change feature for all users
  • Multi-level user access and permissions
  • Data Audit trail to log all user permitted actions
  • Supports major software packages: KC4, Softmax Pro, etc.
  • Allows operators to add plates to a run already in progress
  • Supports parallel assays, resulting in higher throughput
  • Facilitates accurate event timing such as incubation periods
  • Complex methods can be built using functions such as loops, if-then statements, math and string functions, and timers for incubations
Info Hudson Control Group, Inc.Hudson Control Group, Inc.
10 Stern Avenue
Springfield, NJ 07081
USA
Customer Service: 973-376-7400
Fax Number: 973-376-8265
Web Site: http://www.hudsoncontrol.com/
NOTE: Price information is approximate list price and actual prices may vary.

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