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CRAIC Release New Software Package for Their Microscopes and Microspectrophotometers

Published on July 22, 2010 at 10:21 PM

CRAIC Technologies, a leading manufacturer of UV-visible-NIR microspectrometers, today released the 64-bit version of its ImageUV imaging software package. This software is designed to collect, analyze and process images from CRAIC microscopes and microspectrophotometers running 64-bit versions of Windows 7. ImageUV-64 is designed for both industrial processes and scientific research. It is simple to use yet contains many advanced digital imaging control and analysis features.

"Our customers want to use our ImageUV software with the latest generation of 64-bit processors for greater speed and the ability to process larger data sets. The ImageUV-64 software was developed in response to customer requests for a high performance package to control CRAIC digital imaging systems and to process data. ImageUV-64 is designed to be at home both the manufacturing floor as well as those in the R&D laboratory. Two levels of access are provided to address both venues while maintaining many powerful analytical features" says Dr. Paul Martin, President.

The complete ImageUV-64 solution combines advanced 64-bit software with the sophisticated hardware and optics of CRAIC UV-visible-NIR range microscopes. The ImageUV-64 software allows the user to control all the digital imaging systems in CRAIC microscopes and to acquire high quality ultraviolet, color and near infrared images under any lighting conditions. The software is then used to analyze those images. Designed for the production environment as well as the laboratory, it incorporates a number of sophisticated tools for analyzing spectra. It also incorporates two modes of operation: a production level with recipe driven instrument control and data analysis in addition to a password protected engineering mode for creating those recipes and for advanced research.

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