Product overview: 

Clarity Chromatography Software:

Clarity is advanced Chromatography Data Station (CDS) with optional software modules for data acquisition, data processing, and instrument control. Its wide range of data acquisition interfaces (A/D converters, LAN, USB, RS232) allows connection to virtually any chromatograph. Up to four independent chromatography systems, each of which can be equipped with up to 12 detectors (signals), can be simultaneously connected.

Clarity can be used with any GC or HPLC. Together with optional Control modules and Extensions it provides the laboratories with complete chromatography data handling system. The Control modules provide integrated control of selected instruments (more than 170). Extensions provide functions for specific separation techniques such as PDA or GPC analysis.

Clarity comes with extensive free support from DataApex as well as from the growing community of users in the Clarity Conference. Unlike many large corporations, the DataApex Company is in close contact with its users.

Clarity Lite Chromatography Software: A simplified version of Clarity

A/D converters and accessories: Several types of A/D converters PCI, USB, LAN, Validation Kit

Company overview: 

DataApex is an independent software company with expertise in developing and manufacturing chromatography data stations. DataApex’s solution combines hardware and software developed in DataApex laboratories with a commitment to providing quality technical support.


Please see the DataApex website here for details of distributors.

+420 250 013 400

Podohradská 1704/1 15500 Prague 5 Czech Republic


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