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LabX

Control all your tasks from LabX

METTLER TOLEDO’s latest LabX® version of instrument software, allows one to fully control measurements from anywhere in the laboratory or office.  LabX brings power to the laboratory bench with automatic data handling, high process security and full SOP user guidance.  LabX can be installed on a computer or server inside or outside the laboratory and can be connected via Ethernet to a variety of instruments.

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LabX software comprises several modules designed to accompany METTLER TOLEDO instrumentation, such as precision and analytical balances, density meters, refractometers, autotitrators, Karl Fisher titrators, melting point instruments, Quantos dosing systems, pH meters and UV/VIS (Ultraviolet-Visible Spectroscopy) systems, and offers complete instrument control, user friendly data management (network, processing and reporting capabilities), and integration into LIMS.

Utilising the instrument’s touchscreen, LabX allows one to perform all tasks and locally manage application methods, instruments, products and user rights on the instrument itself eliminating the need for a computer next to an instrument.  Individual process applications are implemented in LabX and provide full workflow coverage (enforced guided SOPs) directly on the instrument, significantly reducing training requirements and increasing data consistency and integrity.

Automatic data capture and powerful search features allow one to quickly locate specific data and reports.  With a variety of licensing options, the LabX system provides flexibility to meet individual system and user needs, and is easily integrated with existing information systems.

LabX increases laboratory productivity and allows one to achieve a higher level of quality and regulatory compliance.  The design tools are used to create application methods and reports in accordance with SOPs.  Secure results and electronic signatures assist in compliance with regulations, including 21 CFR Part 11.

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