Thermo Fisher Scientific Features Intelligent Process Analyzer at ACHEMA 2012

Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc., the world leader in serving science, is featuring its Thermo Scientific AquaPro Multi-Input Intelligent Process Analyzer during ACHEMA 2012. The new AquaPro analyzer features a large full-color display, a plug-and-play architecture, a front panel USB port, up to four channels in one instrument and multiple digital communication options. The AquaPro analyzer is being showcased within Thermo Scientific booth B7, hall 4.2 during ACHEMA 2012, being held from June 18-22 in Frankfurt.

The AquaPro is a sophisticated and highly flexible analysis platform for a wide range of process applications. Its unique plug-and-play architecture makes it easy to add new features and parameters; all a user needs to do is open the analyzer, slide and click. This simple multi-channel configuration offers the ability to add a simple analog parameter and/or advanced DataStick™ digital sensors to add host communications such as MODBUS, CANopen, Profibus, Ethernet and others. All this comes in one solution and can be done with just a click.

A key feature of the AquaPro analyzer is its large 3.4” (86.36mm) full-color display. Its bright backlit screen can be seen at nearly any angle and in any lighting condition, making it one of the most versatile in the industry. The interface is clean and easy to understand with intuitive menu -driven design for “out of the box” use without the need to study a manual.

The multi-function front panel USB port featured on the AquaPro analyzer offers additional versatility. By plugging in a USB data stick, users can download data from the data logging feature and store it in the AquaPro for easy transfer of settings and parameters to other AquaPro analyzers in the field. The port can also be used to upload new features and updates.

The AquaPro analyzer is programmed with seven user-selectable languages – English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese and Chinese. This makes standardizing on the system, anywhere in the world, much easier.


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