The General Chemistry Lab Solution
From MeasureNet's installations in the newly renovated gerneral chemistry labs at the University of Cincinnati, to our massive ten network upgrade of The University of Tennessee's general chemistry laboratories, we strive to provide instructors and students with a superior chemistry lab experience. We achieve this goal through:
MeasureNet's patented network gives every student access to a shared diode-array visible or UV-vis spectrometer to perform absorption, emission, fluorescence and reflectance experiments. MeasureNet was the first to introduce an infrared drop counter and integrated digital balance. A 2001 McGill study also ranked MeasureNet first in "nearest research grade" probeware quality versus PC-based Pasco and Vernier data acquisition systems.
Superior User Interface
The MeasureNet user interface is designed for maximum simplicity that keeps your lab periods focused on chemistry, not technology. There are no lengthy set up or tear downs with our vertically mounted data stations. You'll collect data more quickly and easily leaving more time for analysis and discussion. The 2001 McGill study also ranked MeasureNet as the most intuitive interface available.
Superior Operational Costs
MeasureNet's patented network relies on a single PC for data storage and network monitoring. With fewer PCs cluttering your benchtops, you'll save between $50,000-$60,000 in replacement, maintenance and electricity costs over a ten-year period. "Winner of the Ohio Governor's Award for Excellence in Energy Efficiency".
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MeasureNet's 24 bit A/D data collection workstations enables our technology to be used at all levels, from instructional to research.
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