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Advanced onboard automation for Syrris Atlas HD reactors

Syrris has upgraded the touchscreen firmware for its Atlas HD jacketed reactor systems to offer many of the advanced automation features previously only available using the system’s PC-based control software. These enhanced automation options – such as pH-controlled and temperature-dependent dosing – add to the system’s existing functionality to offer even greater flexibility in protocol design.

The firmware upgrade expands the system’s touchscreen functionality, allowing users to review reaction protocols at a glance, monitor reactions with real-time data and graphing, and change reaction conditions. Experiment files are easily saved and shared between systems, improving batch-to-batch and site-to-site reproducibility. Advanced safety features – such as alarms and automatic shutdown – provide true walkaway operation.

https://syrris.com/families/atlas-hd/

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