Thermo Scientific Atlas Chromatography Data System (CDS) is an enterprise level, mission critical client/server application that is flexible and scalable, for improved productivity, ease of deployment and validation in the laboratory.
Atlas (CDS) controls chromatography instruments from multiple vendors using the 247 Instrument Controller for data integrity over corporate networks or WANs. Atlas can be implemented in compliance with FDA regulations including 21 CFR Part 11. Atlas is developed in partnership with leading chromatographers to easily fit into any laboratory workflow while providing the flexibility to integrate with LIMS and other data management systems for a scalable, compliant solution.
• Scalable from single instrument workstations to full multichannel, multi user client/server implementations
• For use in fully networked, secure and regulated environments Includes full suite of validated collateral
• Developed exclusively for Windows™ 2003 & 2008 Server, Windows XP™, Windows Vista™, Windows™ 7 and Citrix XenApp & Presentation Server
• Compatible with Microsoft Office
• Interface design based on Microsoft Office style guide
• Designed, developed and supported within an ISO™ 9001 environment
• The Thermo Scientific A2D provides a 1000Hz 24 bit analog to digital convertor to acquire data from your instruments
• The 247 Instrument Controller is a secure network appliance allowing scalable instrument deployment, with reduction in validation and support costs
Atlas CDS Control
• Atlas CDS now provides instrument control and data acquisition for Dionex UltiMate 3000 UHPLC, Accela High Speed UHPLC, Waters Acquity UPLC, Shimadzu 20A Prominence LC and Agilent 7890 GC instruments
• Excelling at in-depth digital instrument communication, direct control and data acquisition, peak data processing and reporting as a mission critical, enterprise-wide client/server CDS solution
• Atlas 8.3 released on May 11, 2012 includes sample preparation, multiple channel and multiple inlet updates, advanced chromatogram overlay evaluation features