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Japan: Analytical Instrumentation New Advanced i-Series Supports Remote Work in the Lab

Editor: MA Alexander Stark

Lab equipment supplier Shimadzu has announced the release of its “Advanced i-Series” liquid chromatographs. The Prominence-i HPLC and Nexera-i UHPLC systems feature pressures of 50 MPa or 70 MPa respectively and can be combined with a variety of detectors.

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The new “Advanced i-Series” consists of the Prominence-i HPLC and Nexera-i UHPLC systems. It meets user demands for analyzing a large number of samples or quickly re-processing data, even remotely.
The new “Advanced i-Series” consists of the Prominence-i HPLC and Nexera-i UHPLC systems. It meets user demands for analyzing a large number of samples or quickly re-processing data, even remotely.
(Source: Shimadzu)

Kyoto/Japan — The Advanced i-Series meets user demands for analyzing a large number of samples or quickly re-processing data even when working from home. Retaining the basic functions of the compact “i-Series” instruments, the Advanced i-Series features increased pressure resistance and additional functions to support remote work. Both the system itself and the dedicated software enable reliable data acquisition for all users, with automation to replicate the handling of expert operators.

The “Advanced i-Series” applies Analytical Intelligence automated features such as mobile phase monitoring for continuous analysis, a mobile phase flowrate control function, and i-PeakFinder for automatic peak integration. Analytical Intelligence relieves operators from organizational, input and processing works as it allows systems to detect and resolve issues automatically, enabling users to easily review instrument status, optimize resource allocation and achieve higher throughput. Analytical Intelligence makes lab management simple and enables higher productivity, maximum reliability and better connectivity.

The new, integrated i-Series LC system addresses the demands of an increasingly varied range of users, locations and approaches to analysis while always delivering highly reliable analytical results. Today, times also call for the possibility of an analytical environment that can deliver identical results regardless of whether the analyst is present in the laboratory, an expert user or new to the operating procedures.

The Prominence-i HPLC instruments are available with UV and PDA detectors, or as detector-less version. The user can also choose between models with or without a sample cooling function. In addition to UV and PDA equipped versions, Nexera-i UHPLC is available as a method transfer (MT) system, featuring two flow paths for running UHPLC and HPLC methods on one instrument.

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