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Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc., has recently announced NITON Data Transfer (NDT©) Software Release 6.4 for its handheld Thermo Scientific NITON XL3 Series analysers. Thermo Fisher Scientific is the world's leading manufacturer of handheld x-ray fluorescence (XRF) analysers.
This significant upgrade introduces features such as TestAll technology, live spectra and peak identification, Simplified Chinese language support, and a new Consumer Goods screen.
mining, environmental and archaeometry applications
products modes (calibration upgrade requires a small fee)
inclusions in mineral samples
In addition to these capabilities, Software Release 6.4 allows users to customize the displayed Sigma value to meet preferences, view the camera image from a stored reading, normalize out the light element content of an alloy and view data in either parts per million (ppm) or percent (%) for precious metals
(alloy) and bulk (soil) mode.
Complex testing scenarios, lot-centric manufacturing processes, government regulated testing and the diverse requirements of compliance certifications make it essential for today's analytical instruments to provide flexible, sophisticated and easy-to-use data analysis and presentation tools, said Paul Martin, Thermo Fisher's director of product management for the NITON Analysers business unit. With the latest release of our NDT software, we are providing capabilities that can help make our customers more successful.
Martin continued, For example, TestAll technology, with its automatic mode selection, automatically
determines whether lead is present on the surface of the sample undergoing testing or in the substrate. It
eliminates the guesswork in consumer goods analysis for faster, more efficient screening.