John Morris Scientific offers a new PC-based software package from New Brunswick Scientific designed for trending and archiving critical data from general lab equipment.
BioCommand SFI is a new lab data logging software with the ability to monitor and data log up to 32 units simultaneously.
It can be used with any RS-232, RS-485 or OPC-compatible system in the lab including Innova & Excella shakers, Galaxy CO2 incubators as well as Innova & Premium ultra-low temperature freezers.
BioCommand SFI data logging software offers user-friendly operation and can record temperature, shaking speed, gas concentrations, humidity and alarms.
Lab workers can customise trend screens, enabling them to choose up to eight parameters per window for on-screen monitoring.
A built-in notes feature for annotating alarm events allows the user to add custom messages describing the event.
BioCommand SFI data logging software is based on New Brunswick's BioCommand bioprocessing software for fermentors and bioreactors, adding more powerful features and options for control capabilities.