Hach LabCom Software For sensION+ GLP

Hach LabCom Software For sensION+ GLP


Hach LabCom software for sensION+ GLP instruments provides two-way communication between a PC and the instrument.


  • Completely manage instrument from PC
  • Automate measurements of up to four instruments with Sampler
  • Data storage and management
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Hach's LabCom software for sensION+ GLP provides two-way communication between a PC and sensION+ GLP instruments. The user has complete control of the instrument when hooked to a PC, including programming and configuring calibrations and measurements and performing measurements. The measurements of up to four instruments with Sampler can be automated. The software allows easy acquisition and management of sensION+ GLP instrument data. Using a PC, the software can input data into an on line graph view with results personalization. The user selects what information is displayed on results tables. Calibration and measuring data can be stored for easy access at any time to view or print as many samples as desired. The option to export data to Microsoft Excel provides convenient data management and flexibility.
What's Included:
  • LabCom CD
  • Cable with 9-contact connector
  • USB adapter
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