Color Touch Screen Control as Standard

All Astell Scientific autoclaves, steam generators and effluent decontamination systems (EDS) incorporate the latest innovations in control system technology, providing color touchscreen controllers as standard throughout the range. The Logi™ control color systems are an advance in sterilization control technology, bringing together years of unrivalled experience, to produce a user friendly, fully automatic control system, to meet and exceed the expectations of the most demanding laboratories and centres of sterilization.

The controller consists of a wipe clean touch screen measuring 4.8" x 3.7" and is based on an industrial PLC system, combined with a number of analogue and digital input/output modules. The controller software has been developed by Astell for the precision control of all our autoclaves and sterilizers.

Standard Features include:

  • Icon Driven Menu System

  • Simple Cycle Selection

  • Continual Cycle Monitoring

Secure Controller
Flexible Controller
Informative Controller
Supportive Controller

Secure

  • Data Archive for up to 5,000 cycles

  • USB Connection for USB back up (requires additional lead)

  • Multiple user access levels

  • Multi-level password protection

  • User log

Flexible

  • Multi programmable controller

  • Programme new cycles

  • Modify existing cycles

  • Duplicate, modify & rename cycles

  • Cycle jump facility

  • Multiple languages

  • Delayed start facility

  • Hold warm facility

  • Default to factory settings

  • Input / output override

Informative

  • Digital pressure / temperature display

  • Cycle counter

  • Stage timer

  • Cycle timer

  • Cycle header

  • Stage display

  • Pressure display

  • Up to four temperatures displayed

  • View input / output display

  • Logs batch number

  • Logs load number

  • Print any cycle from the data archive logs (printer required)

Supportive

  • Self-help tutorial

  • Diagnose faults

  • Safety valve test cycle

  • Machine service timer

  • Fault history log