Spectroscopy software upgrade: version 22.2 now live


Kromek’s gamma spectroscopy software version 22.2 released

Today, we are releasing new versions of Kromek’s gamma spectroscopy software(version 22.2): KSpect and MultiSpect. If you are using the software the update should happen automatically, though you can manually check by going to Help and clicking Check for Updates.

It’s a cliché to say we are always looking to improve our gamma spectroscopy software but it is true, we are big users of this software so if our team think it can do better they are one phone call away from the product manager and the team that look after the software.

Thank you to all the clients that gave us feedback in the new build, if you cannot see a feature you where promoting included this time around we won’t have forgotten about it.

The new version includes a lot of great improvements to functionality and user-friendliness.

Kromek’s gamma spectroscopy software KSpect and MultiSpect now include:

  • Dose measurements (with compatible detectors)
    Some Kromek devices now providing accurate equivalent dose readings.
  • Buttons to show/hide, enable/disable, and save all open measurements
    If you tend to open and compare lots of live detectors or saved measurements simultaneously, this is a lifesaver. Quickly manage all your measurement thumbnails.
  • Ability to export multiple files with customisable, dynamic filenames
    If you want to export files in bulk from the measurement database, this snappy new feature allows you to quickly name them with all the information you need.
  • Gaussian fitting
    This will not change the existing Analysis methods, but instead adds a separate function for accurately characterising peaks. You can instantly add your fit to the energy calibration.

And some new features available only in MultiSpect:

  • Polynomial energy
    Sometimes, a linear calibration won’t quite cut it. We now support polynomial channel-energy calibrations up to the seventh order!
  • Management of radionuclides and their categories with the new Nuclide Database tool
    This new tool keeps the radionuclide library in one, easily browsed area, with customisation at your fingertips.
  • Ability to create custom radionuclides
    Custom radionuclides can now be added to the database, so if you are examining the lesser-known radioisotopes of Unobtanium*, that is now supported!

*if you have any of this call us.

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