TurboMass 5.4 GC/MS Software
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NEW TurboMass™ GC/MS software - now expanded to
deliver enhanced productivity, robustness and easier
TurboMass 5.4 software provides new customers with features and
functionalities such as QA/QC method evaluation, environmental
CLP-like reporting, customized reporting and much, much more.
Combining the latest in TurboMass GC/MS software with the benefits
of the Clarus® 600 GC/MS instruments provides users the finest
in bench-top GC/MS technology.
TurboMass 5.4 is also available as an upgrade for the majority
of current PerkinElmer® GC/MS customers, so all existing users
of TurboMass Gold GC/MS systems as well as new and current Clarus
GC/MS systems can now leverage the new capabilities of TurboMass
5.4. TurboMass 5.4 is available free-of-charge to customers meeting
minimum system-configuration requirements.
TurboMass GC/MS software is designed for a wide variety of
application needs. It is robust and powerful enough to meet the
most demanding lab requirements. In addition, it is extremely easy
to use and has the flexibility and power of sophisticated
So whether you are a current TurboMass Gold GC/MS or Clarus
GC/MS user, or you are looking to purchase a new Clarus GC/MS
system, you can now take advantage of the benefits of TurboMass
5.4. Please contact your local PerkinElmer sales or service
engineer for additional information on obtaining or upgrading to
the TurboMass 5.4 GC/MS software platform.
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- Software-upgrade paths available
- Automated tuning for optimum performance
- Selected Ion and Full Ion (SIFI™) scanning
- GC detector support adds flexibility
- Fast and powerful data review environment for evaluation of
- Flexible standard and customized report formats
- Fast, simple reporting completes the process
PerkinElmer recognizes the importance of proper training to ensure that our customers benefit fully from the capabilities of our instruments.Our Training Academy offers many training options; such as web based training, classroom or customized courses, to help you get the most out of your time in the lab.
Topics range from theory to techniques relating to specific methodology, optimization, and familiarization with instrumentation and related software. Courses are offered at various locations throughout the Americas, as well as Seer Green, England and Turku, Finland.
Learn more about training.