Platinum software

All LINSEIS Thermal Analysis Instruments are controlled through sophisticated Windows software.

The complete program consists of three sections:

  • temperature control
  • data acquisition
  • data evaluation

Essential sample information is entered in the data acquisition section.

Data acquisition part:

  • Set up of temperature controller with heat up speed, dwell time and cooldown speed.
  • Up to 16 different stages can be programmed
  • Up to 99 cycles can be programmed
  • Different measuring systems for single and dual push rod can be selected
  • Essential measurement data for documentation have to be entered:
  • Sample name, correction sample name, operator, laboratory, atmosphere, gas flow, sample material, commentary, sample length, selected measuring range, max. temperature, deration of run, sampling frequency.
  • The scheduler for automatic measurement sequences, for up to 16 preprogrammed runs can be programmed.

Evaluation section:

The evaluation is part of the complete windows software. It features a number of functions enabling a full evaluation of all types of data.
All evaluation and data collection can be performed simultaneously. Data can be corrected using zero and calibration correction. Data evaluations include: absolute length change, relative length change, and coefficient of thermal expansion. A mean curve with statistical analysis can be performed on multiple curves. Graphical displays can be printed on all windows compatible printers or plotters. Data can be displayed and printed in a table format. The software also includes an ASCII export feature.

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