Safe Workflow Coverage with UV/VIS
Analytical data from a UV Vis spectrophotometer is used for qualitative and quantitative analysis in various industries for quality control and R&D purposes. A structured workflow using METTLER TOLEDO UV Vis instruments can help streamline analysis, minimizing errors and increasing overall efficiency. However, it is of utmost importance that the data generated during the workflow is secured.
View this webinar to learn how using a METTLER TOLEDO UV Vis spectrophotometer combined with LabX® laboratory software can streamline your workflows with increased efficiency and secure data management.
LabX laboratory software supports compliance with 21 CFR Part 11 regulations by offering required technical features such as electronic signatures and user management options in one application. Methods, results and metadata are stored centrally in a single SQL database and each interaction with the instrument is immediately and comprehensively stored in an audit trail. Whenever it is needed, the corresponding data can be easily retrieved, in order to help maintain the regulatory compliant data needed for the pharmaceuticals and life science industries.
Key learning objectives:
- Learn how to use a UV Vis spectrophotometer in conjunction with LabX® laboratory software for high-level data integrity.
- Generate tasks by ELNs and LIMS and transfer them directly to the instrument touchscreen.
- Achieve error-free data import/export via files or bidirectional 3rd party interfacing.
- Produce traceable results and build tailor-made report formats.
- Recognize the impact of using dual operating platforms for analysis.
- Leverage from the guidance through instructions, plausibility checks and appropriate follow-up recommendations.
The following individuals or disciplines will benefit from attending our webinar:
- R&D analysts
- Quality assurance and quality control personnel
- Application scientists and laboratory managers
- Auditors, quality managers and personnel
- Regulatory affairs personnel
- Testing laboratories