Atlas Adds New Features To Testing Instruments


Atlas MTT GmbH, a provider of weathering durability testing equipment and services, has updated its XenoTouch software. These new software add-ons are designed for use with the current Xenotest and SUNTEST air-cooled weathering instruments with the latest touch-screen control.

Remote control enables instrument programming and operation via remote access. One benefit is the ability to program instruments installed at one or more locations with the guarantee that settings remain as specified, the company says. A typical user with a limited access level will not be able to make changes.

E-mail service enables users to receive copies of error/warning messages displayed on the instrument's touch-screen via e-mail. The benefit is a closer link to the instrument and the ability to address issues more quickly.

In addition, online monitoring enables users to view and print an online instrument status report, including the most important data on running the instrument and test. Allowing fast and easy monitoring, this tool is available anywhere there is Internet access, Atlas says.

All add-ons require an Internet connection via Ethernet. Access is activated with a code that is provided with the add-on. Atlas notes that it will also make the add-ons available on memory cards fitting the instrument interface, offering simple plug-and-play operation.

Atlas MTT GmbH: 49 6051707140


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