Spectra Manager™

Instrument Control

Spectra Manager includes drivers to control each spectroscopy instrument, with method parameter that allow easy editing of pre-saved parameter files. To maximize productivity, data acquired from the instrument can be automatically saved and/or transferred into Spectra Analysis a comprehensive analysis program, to free up the instrument control for further data acquisition during post-acquisition processing. Each instrument also has its own dedicated application for performance diagnostics and validation.

Flexible Display Features
User-friendly features include overlay printing in colors and patterns, autoscale mode, and style and font, as well as customizable toolbars.

Data processing and Spectral Analysis
View and process several types of measurement data files (UV-Visible/NIR, FTIR, Fluorescence, CD) in a single window, using a full range of data processing functions. Features include arithmetic operations, derivatives, peak detection and processing, smoothing, and baseline correction, as well as instrument specific processing algorithms.

Report Publishing
JASCO Canvas allows users to create layout templates of spectral data and results to meet individual reporting requirements.

Macro Command Option
This software can be used to develop user-designed application programs for individual experimental set-up and routine measurements, including instrument control, data acquisition, post-acquisition data processing and reporting.

Regulatory Compliance with Spectra Manager™ CFR
Spectra Manager™ CFR provides secure access and compliance with 21 CFR Part II. System access requires a username and password, which are assigned by the Workgroup Manager. Individual operator levels determine the access to administrative tools that include instrument and analysis application installation, user and workgroup setup, security policies, as well as system and application history logs. Three levels of electronic signatures are required, including Creation, Review, and Approval stages. An audit trail is assigned to monitor changes to all data, recording any changes to methods, spectral data processing and electronic signatures.