I Use This!
Analyzed 5 days ago. based on code collected 5 days ago.

Project Summary

A collection of ruby objects which can be used to control FIA, SIA and MSFIA components and analysers. While other programmes with the same aim limit the users control over most devices, the objects provided here do not limit the access.
This is especially advantageous for fast applications, where all properties (e.g. the free configurable speed ramps of the CAVRO syringepump) must be used. It is also quite easy to include more and 'unusal' devices like a temperature controlled bath (Haake DC 50) with RS232 interface which was used to optimize the temperature of a reaction loop.
The main DRAWBACK is the (graphical) user interface. There is none :-) Actually it didn'n make any sense to create a user interface, because SIA methods (which are the main purpose of this project) are programmed so any programme editor does the same job.
Please do not hesitate to contact me, if you have questions about SIA, FIA and MSFIA or programmes and devices related to these techniques. A variation of this set of objects (written by me in python, but not my intelectual property) is used to determine ammonia and phosphate in coastal waters:
Microchimica Acta:
A Fast Sequential Injection Analysis System for the Simultaneous
Determination of Ammonia and Phosphate
Volume 154, Numbers 1-2, (31 - 38)
C. Frank et. al.
Using sequential injection analysis for fast determination of
phosphate in coastal waters
Volume 70, Issue 3, 15 October 2006, Pages 513-517
C. Frank et. al.
Journal of Automated Methods and Management in Chemistry:
Using Sequential Injection Analysis to Improve System and Data Reliability of Online Methods: Determination of Ammonium and Phosphate in Coastal Waters,
Volume 2007 (2007), Article ID 49535, 6 pages
C. Frank et. al.
SIA: sequential injection analysis
FIA: flow injection analysis
MSFIA: multisyringe flow injection analysis
-- 9 February 2010 --



In a Nutshell, SIA-Control...

GNU General Public License v2.0 or later

Commercial Use



Place Warranty



Hold Liable


Distribute Original

Disclose Source

Include Copyright

State Changes

Include License

These details are provided for information only. No information here is legal advice and should not be used as such.

This Project has No vulnerabilities Reported Against it

Did You Know...

  • ...
    use of OSS increased in 65% of companies in 2016
  • ...
    by exploring contributors within projects, you can view details on every commit they have made to that project
  • ...
    nearly 1 in 3 companies have no process for identifying, tracking, or remediating known open source vulnerabilities
  • ...
    learn about Open Hub updates and features on the Open Hub blog

30 Day Summary

Dec 27 2022 — Jan 26 2023

12 Month Summary

Jan 26 2022 — Jan 26 2023


Be the first to rate this project
Click to add your rating
Review this Project!