Discover the Advanced Features of NETZSCH Proteus® for Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC) 

 Welcome to the Future of Thermal Analysis with NETZSCH Proteus® Software

In today's rapidly evolving work environment, where automation is increasing and skilled labor is in high demand, the need for sophisticated and intuitive software solutions is critical. NETZSCH Proteus® Software is at the forefront of this change, providing advanced, automated solutions that meet the needs of both experienced thermal analysis professionals and newcomers. NETZSCH Proteus® Software provides powerful tools to automate complex processes and simplify data analysis, making Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC) accurate and easy. 

Identify for Precise Material Analysis

The Identify function in the NETZSCH Proteus® software acts as a comprehensive database system tailored to the identification of unknown materials and polymers. It integrates thousands of pre-recorded and user-contributed measurements and provides automated curve recognition and matching capabilities.

Users can overlay new data with existing curves to accurately identify material properties and detect anomalies. This process is facilitated by precise filtering options for targeted searches based on specific criteria such as measurement conditions or material types, making it ideal for quality control applications.

Advanced comparison tools help differentiate closely related materials and flag samples that deviate from expected behavior. The software includes libraries covering various application areas, allowing thorough comparisons with established literature data. These tools provide an intuitive visual representation of measurement differences, enhancing the interpretability of data.

Regular updates keep the database current, streamlining data analysis and enabling researchers and engineers to make informed decisions. This is achieved by drawing on a comprehensive range of measurements and reference curves, ensuring that users have access to the latest reference materials.

AutoEvaluation Simplifies DSC Data Analysis

AutoEvaluation is a powerful feature of the NETZSCH Proteus® software that automates the analysis of DSC curves and other thermal analysis data. It automatically selects appropriate baselines, identifies complex peaks, and analyzes specific characteristics such as oxidative induction time (Oxidative-Induction Time (OIT) and Oxidative-Onset Temperature (OOT)Oxidative Induction Time (isothermal OIT) is a relative measure of the resistance of a (stabilized) material to oxidative decomposition. Oxidative-Induction Temperature (dynamic OIT) or Oxidative-Onset Temperature (OOT) is a relative measure of the resistance of a (stabilized) material to oxidative decomposition.OIT). This automation reduces the manual effort required for evaluation and enables fast, consistent, and accurate data interpretation across multiple applications.

AutoEvaluation capabilities can be integrated into measurement methods so that analysis can begin immediately after data collection is complete. This integration not only saves time, but also ensures reproducibility as all measurements are evaluated using the same criteria.

With tools such as the Oxidative-Induction Time (OIT) and Oxidative-Onset Temperature (OOT)Oxidative Induction Time (isothermal OIT) is a relative measure of the resistance of a (stabilized) material to oxidative decomposition. Oxidative-Induction Temperature (dynamic OIT) or Oxidative-Onset Temperature (OOT) is a relative measure of the resistance of a (stabilized) material to oxidative decomposition.OIT Wizard, AutoEvaluation simplifies complex analyses, making them accessible to both novice and experienced users. Users can define specific parameters or use default settings optimized for different scenarios. The ability to run multiple analyses simultaneously makes this feature essential for high-throughput laboratories where consistency and speed are critical.

Its flexibility and precision give users greater confidence in their results while freeing up time for other tasks. This makes AutoEvaluation an indispensable tool in today's laboratories looking to improve efficiency and accuracy.

Proteus® Search Engine (PSE) Optimizes Your Data Management

The Proteus® Search Engine (PSE) enhances data management capabilities by providing efficient access to measurements and analysis states across local and network drives. It works like a specialized file explorer for thermal analysis data, allowing users to quickly locate the information they need using customizable filters and search criteria, including keywords, sample names, instrument types, and specific evaluation results.

PSE synchronizes directories in real time, ensuring immediate availability of newly added or modified measurements. This real-time synchronization uses a database approach to provide fast search results, even when navigating between different directories or filters. Users can categorize and preview graphs directly from the search results, making it easy to quickly identify and access relevant data. Files can also be opened in Proteus® Analysis with a single click, streamlining the transition from data retrieval to detailed investigation.

This search engine significantly increases productivity by providing fast, targeted access to important data, especially in environments with large data sets. Users can save and reuse searches, streamlining workflow and reducing redundancy in repetitive data searches, improving overall efficiency and data accessibility for researchers and analysts.

Increase Your Lab's Efficiency with User-Centric Software Design 

User Experience: Streamline your workflow with NETZSCH Proteus®

The NETZSCH Proteus® software significantly enhances user productivity with its intelligently designed interface. It features customizable menus, adaptive smoothing and curve overlay functions that allow you to tailor the software to your specific workflow needs. These tools help reduce noise without compromising the integrity of critical data and allow multiple measurements to be combined into a single, cohesive analysis.

This user-centric design ensures an intuitive, efficient and effective analysis environment, ideal for the fast-paced nature of today's laboratories. Users can customize the interface to match their unique processes, facilitating a smoother and more efficient workflow.

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