Take control of your time-based spectroscopy experiments, so you can move from data to results quickly and easily using the Thermo Scientific™ OMNIC™ Series Software.
The OMNIC Series Software enables data collection, visualization, processing and analysis tools that significantly extends the capabilities of the Thermo Scientific™ OMNIC™ Software Suite for performing time-based experiments such as TGA-IR, GC-IR, SPR and FT-IR and Raman kinetics studies.
You can also increase your data collection and processing capabilities using Thermo Scientific™ OMNIC™ Professional Software when you implement the OMNIC Series Software.
Configure the Experiment
Quickly configure the OMNIC Series Software for standard experiments (e.g., simple GC-IR, TGA-IR, and kinetics measurements), as well as more complex experiments using timed and triggered events to optimize the experimental conditions and obtain the most meaningful data.
Create multiple user-defined time profiles during real-time data collection and in post-collection reprocessing using a number of calculation methods including Gram-Schmidt Reconstruction (GSR), chemigram, peak area or height and Thermo Scientific™ TQ Analyst™ Software quantitation methods. With configurable time profiles, the OMNIC Series Software can extract the hidden chemical information in your data for a complete picture of changes.
Visualize the Data
Use a number of specialized 2D and 3D display options to reveal information on even the smallest molecular transformations. The fully configurable data visualization tools give complete control over viewing and data interaction, vastly simplifying the process of working with large data sets.
Analyze the Results
As a fully integrated add-on application, OMNIC Series Software gives you access to the extensive set of data processing and analysis functions of the Thermo Scientific™ OMNIC™ Professional Software, performing calculations on whole time-series or just an individual time profile or spectrum. In addition, the unique OMNIC Series Software one-click spectral search feature combined with our extensive spectral libraries collections makes it easy to identify material components from a selected FT-IR or Raman spectrum within the data set.