HAVER CPA Software
HAVER CpaServ - Software for HAVER CPA Systems
The HAVER CPA Software deployed in all HAVER CPA Systems is easy to use and runs under all popular Windows operating systems. It offers a wide range of analysis functions as well as evaluating the measuring results and displaying them graphically.
Look at the details
- Measurement of all particles and calculation of all particle shapes and particle size values in real time (HAVER REAL TIME).
- Freely definable size and shape classes – can also be changed after measurement is done.
- Tabular and graphical display of the various size and shape parameters.
- Filters remove foreign bodies from all displays of results.
Further advantages at a glance
- User friendly and clearly structured user interface.
- Saved results data need little memory.
- Storing of an extended dataset for virtual measurement, subsequent processing of results and considering all particles (see Applications).
Size analysis through volume (freely definable size classes)
|Size analysis through count (freely definable size classes)||x||x|
|en/shape-analysis-of-particles/Shape analysis through mean values||x||x|
|Inputting the limit values for size distribution||x||x|
|Characteristic sizes and mean values for particle sizes and particle shapes||x|
|Takeover of old CPA measurement data||x||x|
|Copying data over to Excel, Word, etc. (copy & paste)||x||x|
|Preparing TXT files as interfaces to other programs||x||x|
|Shape analysis via shape classes (e.g. length/width, circularity, sphericity)||-||x|
|Freely definable shape classes||-||x|
|Inputting limit values for shape distribution||-||x|
|Freely definable filter on particle size and particle shape||-||x|
|New calculation of existing results (virtual measurement)||-||x|
|Particle list (incl. scaled figures of all particles)||-||x|
Expanded shape analysis: Particle list
Using the particle list point, a measurement for all particles can be individually considered. The table lists each single particle along with a scaled figure and diverse measurement and analysis values.
Using the function of the particle list, a supplemental manual evaluation can follow. Also fliter values or user-defined classifications of the shape class, for example, can be established as well.