There are several parts to the 21 CFR Part 11 documents with a good overview of 21 CFR Part 11 at the US FDA website. Part C is the key section concerned with electronic records retention.
“APHA” stands for American Public Health Association Color Scale, the organization responsible for the original definition and implementation of this visual color scale as a standard method for rating water quality.
The APHA/Pt-Co/Hazen and Gardner visual color scales were both originally based on liquid chloroplatinate color standards but have different history and intended use.
EP – European Pharmacopoeia Color is a visual liquid color scale used primarily in the pharmaceutical industry. It consists of 3 primary color standard solutions (yellow, red and blue) mixed with hydrochloric acid to make 5 standard color solutions – B (brown), BY (brownish-yellow), Y (yellow), GY (greenish-yellow) and R (red).
Yes, but note there are two different approved instrument geometries cited in the ASTM 1003 method.
For either a network or local PC installation, the person installing EasyMatch QC software must be a System Administrator for the PC, with software installation privileges for both the old and new computers.
For either a network or local PC installation, the person installing EasyMatch QC software must be a System Administrator for the PC, with software installation privileges for that computer.
FAQ: “… Was wondering – do you know of a web site or application where if CIELAB values were entered, the corresponding color would be displayed? Can I also convert from one color scale to another?”
All HunterLab instruments have fuses built into the main circuitry to protect the instrument against unusual and unexpected changes in voltage that could damage the electrical components.
FAQ: “We need to take our LabScan XE instrument to Germany for some plant trial testing. Our machine is a US spectrophotometer 110v unit and, obviously, the power supply in Germany is 220v. The label on the back of the instrument says ‘110v-220v’, which sounds a little ambiguous to me. Do we need a voltage […]