Remotely monitor your X-ray diffraction experiment

Check the status of your experiment from anywhere


RigakuRemote offers the ability to remotely monitor the status of a single crystal X-ray system from anywhere you can get an internet connection. It provides real-time updates of the state of your instrumentation, including video of the crystal and enclosure. Also included are current information about the scans being collected, and a JPEG view of the last diffraction image collected.

iOS and Android versions

RigakuRemote supports remote monitoring on both iOS and Android devices using a native app. The app allows you to connect to multiple instruments, so that you can easily monitor the status of your entire lab.

Web version

RigakuRemote also supports a web-based version, writen using standard HTML and Javascript, which allows you to monitor the status of your instrumentation from any computer with a web browser.
  • Works with CrystalClear, StructureStudio/JDirector or HKL3000R
  • Works on both single-computer and multiple computer (control+framegrabber) systems
  • Works on Windows, Linux and Mac OS X
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  • Real time status of your data collection
  • See the last diffraction image collected
  • Streaming video of your crystal / enclosure (requires optional camera)
  • Supports systems with HPAD, imaging plate (IP) and CCD detectors
  • Supported via a native app for iOS and Android devices, and via a web page for PCs


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