Analyzer Application Software is compatible with Windows® 7.
September 4, 2012 -
Fully validated as 64-bit Windows® 7 compatible, MAESTRO Multichannel Analyzer includes List Mode operation and advanced time stamped-event data acquisition process. When used in conjunction with personal computer and appropriate MCB hardware, MAESTRO constitutes advanced smart multichannel analysis environment for use in variety of scientific applications in industry, teaching, and research, including nuclear counting laboratories.
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ORTEC Products Group
801 South Illinois Avenue
Oak Ridge, TN, 37831
Ortec Maestro Multichannel Analyzer Application Software Now Compatible with Windows® 7
Oak Ridge, TN, -The ORTEC Products Group of AMETEK Advanced Measurement Technology has announced an upgrade to its MAESTRO Multichannel Analyzer (MCA) application software that is now fully validated as 64-bit Windows® 7 compatible. This update also includes several enhancements, including "List Mode" operation, an advanced time stamped-event data acquisition process and several other improvements.
"MAESTRO has been the industry-leading nuclear MCA emulation software for over 20 years. This upgrade to 64-bit compatibility and advanced features ensures the sustainability of this position," states Ken Embury, ORTEC Product Manager for Counting Laboratories.
When used in conjunction with a personal computer and appropriate MCB hardware, MAESTRO constitutes an advanced "smart" multichannel analysis environment for use in a wide variety of scientific applications in industry, teaching, and research, including nuclear counting laboratories. The application ships standard with all ORTEC MCA instruments.
For more information, contact ORTEC Products Group, 801 South Illinois Avenue, Oak Ridge, TN 37831-0895. Telephone: 865-482-4411, Toll free: 800-251-9750. Fax: 865-483-0396. Website: www.ortec-online.com
AMETEK's ORTEC Products Group is a unit of AMETEK, Inc., a leading global manufacturer of electronic instruments and electromechanical devices with annual sales of more than $3.0 billion.