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Sartorius ProControl@Enterprise

The next generation of statistical process control

The SPC system, Sartorius ProControl@Enterprise or SPC@Enterprise for short, is one of the most advanced software and equipment solutions for process monitoring and control.

SPC@Enterprise is completely based on the latest Microsoft® technology.

Used in combination with comprehensive Sartorius expertise in the fields of

  • Average weight control of prepackaged goods
  • Attribute testing
  • Statistical process control 

The SPC system provides a host of advantages for all manufacturers and contractors for prepackaged products in the food, beverage and pharmaceutical industries.

Software

At the heart of SPC@Enterprise is a high performance secure database which operates using MS SQL. The ingenious archiving system combined with the SQL security features provides a reliable, consistent and accessible system performance. Evaluations automatically access the entire data pool, regardless of the storage location.

SPC@Enterprise is compatible with the latest operating system and hardware environments and only requires the latest updates with the latest framework. It supports databases from MS SQL Server 2005 Express to MS SQL Server 2008 R2 Enterprise.

In the processing field, the Sartorius ProControl product group offers configurable interfaces with virtually any measuring device. Converters are used with some solutions and serial or Ethernet interfaces are possible as well as monitoring by mobile devices with various operating systems.

  • Fully transparent process monitoring
  • Comprehensive scalability
  • Platform independence
  • Support for mobile devices
  • Optimal IT-integration via LDAP and web interfaces
  • SOP – Workflow
  • Intuitive operation
  • Fill level control 
  • Attributes with media integration
  • Sample monitoring and 100% online monitoring


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