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Link II

Malvern Instruments has added new functionality to its Malvern Link II product, the software package that enables the integration of multiple analysers within an automated control platform.

The latest developments extend the benefits of Malvern Link II to the company’s Mastersizer and Zetasizer analyser ranges, streamlining their use for applications in process monitoring and control.

New drivers in Malvern Link II provide a single interface for the Mastersizer 2000, Mastersizer 3000 and the Zetasizer Nano systems, permitting their secure and efficient connection with all types of automated control systems, including DCS, Scada and PLC.

Through this single interface users can establish automated monitoring and implement efficient closed-loop control with minimal expert engineering input. This reduces barriers to automation and helps maximise the economic return on investment in analysis.

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