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Hydro-Com Software has been designed to work with the latest Hydronix sensors enabling you to configure and calibrate your sensors from anywhere in the World. It is an easy to use, scalable solution, suitable for a single engineer monitoring a single installation to global producers with many plants worldwide.

The new Hydronix QuickStart calibration option in Hydro-Com allows you to pre-select a material type to get you up and running quickly. To obtain the maximum accuracy that you would expect from the World's most popular sensor Hydronix still recommends using our precision calibration method which has also been simplified.

More than ten years in computer it industries Our product: 1) LCD MONITOR-OEM / CONTRACT is welcome 2) UMPC 3) DESKTOP PC-LOW COST 4) BACKUP BATTERY 5) LCD MONITOR 6) USB DVD BURNER 7) others With a strong R& D team to provide it solution for OEM customer. Inquiry is welcome. Drivers for laptop HYBRINIX Minicap7e: the following page shows a menu of 34 devices compatible with the laptop model Minicap7e, manufactured by 'HYBRINIX'.To download the necessary driver, select a device from the menu below that you need a driver for and follow the link to download. Download Hybix HD for iOS to hYBIX HD Viewer- This is a mobile viewer which supports Hybix DVR(Digital Video Recorder).- You can monitor live video and playback recorded. HyperX sells direct in the listed countries. Outside of these, you can connect with our partners listed on the product pages. More than ten years in computer it industries Our product: 1) LCD MONITOR-OEM / CONTRACT is welcome 2) UMPC 3) DESKTOP PC-LOW COST 4) BACKUP BATTERY 5) LCD MONITOR 6) USB DVD BURNER 7) others With a strong R& D team to provide it solution for OEM customer.

Connection between Hydro-Com and a sensor is over an RS485 network using a PC with a USB or Ethernet connection or with an RS232 adapter.

  • Access, control and monitor any sensor from anywhere in the world
  • Centralise quality management and reduce costs
  • Multi-language, easy to use interface

Using a standard file explorer format and available in multiple languages, the latest version of Hydro-Com, has been designed using the .NET framework technologies to ensure full compatibility with Windows operating systems. At its basic level, Hydro-Com can be used to backup and restore sensor settings and to create a database of material calibrations for use with the sensor. However it can also be used by engineers to diagnose errors or upgrade sensor firmware.


Single or multiple sensors can be logged using the trending and logging section. Once a sensor is selected it is possible to graphically display any output variable and also log the data to a XML file (compatible with Microsoft Excel).

The Live Display section in the software shows the status of any selected sensor. Multiple sensors can be displayed at the same time. A separate display can be opened to show more than one variable from each sensor or multiple sensors simultaneously.

For engineers that are in control of multiple sites, Hydro-Com has a filing system that will store all the settings of any sensor they have connected to in a database. Sensors can be organised by company and site, and contact details for site personnel can also be stored. This will enable engineers to easily and quickly review the last known calibration data and compare it with the current data to identify errors or improvements made to calibrations.

Hydro-Com is available free of charge from the downloads page. We would also recommend that you download the User Guide at the same time.

Hydro-Com is designed to run on PC compatible machines running Microsoft Windows ≥ XP and newer. For customers operating with older Windows operating systems please contact our technical support team.

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We are proud to have the largest collection of libraries ready to be screened.

With over 120 libraries from more than 45 species, Hybrigenics Services is proud to have the largest collection available for screening. From human to plants, from bacteria to drosophila, the diversity of our highly complex libraries allows us to serve you whatever your research area is.

We keep constructing new libraries to meet the needs of the research community. We value your feedback, please let us know what you want in our contact form or on Twitter with the hashtag #HGXlibraries.

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Our libraries are also the most complex ones on the market and ULTImate Y2H™ cell-to-cell mating is the only technology to screen them exhaustively with an average 10-fold coverage of their complexity.

These protein fragment libraries can be used for all ULTImate screens to discover the partners of a protein, a DNA sequence, a short RNA or a small molecule of interest.

Each ULTImate library we construct is validated by stringent quality controls:

  • We verify a complexity of at least 10 million independent, primary fragments in yeast for our random-primed cDNA libraries. The complexity of the genomic fragment libraries constructed for organisms that contain no or few introns is defined by the size of the genome
  • We sequence hundreds of clones to check the fragment size distribution and ensure that ribosomal RNA, mitochondrial DNA and empty vectors represent less than 10% of all sequences.

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Please contact us for more details on a specific library.

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  • Homo sapiens
      • B cell lymphoma (mix of SUDHL-4, SUDHL-6, RCK8) ref: [BCLY]
      • Bone marrow endothelial cells (HBMEC) ref: [HBMEC]
      • Breast tumor epithelial cells (mix of T47D, MDA-MB-468, MCF7, BT20) ref: [HBEC]
      • Brown adipocytes (differentiated PAZ6) ref: [PZD]
      • Colon tumor epithelial cells (mix of Caco2, HCA7, Colo205, SW480) ref: [HCCA]
      • Colorectal carcinoma cells (HCT116) ref: [HCT116TO]
      • Ewing's sarcoma cells ref: [HSEG]
      • HeLa cells ref: [HeLa]
      • Lung tumor cells (mix of A549, H1703, H460) ref: [HLUC]
      • Podocytes ref:[HPO]
      • Pre-adipocytes (undifferentiated PAZ6) ref: [PZU]
      • Prostate tumor cells (mix of PC3, DU145, PNT1A, LNCaP) ref: [HPRC]
      • T-cells (CEMC7) ref: [CEMC7]
      • Umbilical vein endothelial Cells (HUVEC) ref: [HUVEC]
      • Umbilical vein endothelial Cells, stressed & unstressed (HUVEC) ref: [HSCUV]
    • Primary Cells
      • Fibroblasts ref: [HF]
      • Hepatocytes ref: [PHH]
      • Leukocytes + activated mononuclear cells ref: [HLMA]
      • Macrophages (mix of Pam3CSK4 induced and IFNß induced) ref: [HMIN]
      • Macrophages (non induced) ref: [MAC]
      • Melanocytes ref: [HML]
      • Thymocytes (mix of CD4+ and CD8+) ref: [HTH]
      • Brain adult ref: [HBR]
      • Brain fetal (entorhinal cortex and hippocampus) ref: [HFHIT]
      • Brain fetal ref: [HFBR]
      • Breast ref: [HBT]
      • Colon ref: [HCN]
      • Heart adult/fetal ref: [HVEH]
      • Langerhans islets ref: [HISL]
      • Liver ref: [HLV]
      • Lung ref: [HNL]
      • Muscle skeletal adult/fetal ref: [HMAF]
      • Pancreas ref: [HPS]
      • Placenta ref: [PLA]
      • Reconstituted skin (Episkin) ref: [EpiSkin]
      • Retina ref: [HRET]
      • Testis ref: [HTestis]
  • Plants
      • Flower ref: [ATFO]
      • Meiotic bud ref: [ATMB]
      • Mixed leaves, TYMV infected, flg22 infiltrated ref: [AIFT]
      • Organ boundary cells of inflorescence ref: [ATOBC]
      • Rosette leaf, P. syringae infected ref: [AIPS]
      • Seedling (one-week old) ref: [ATH]
    • Barley (Hordeum vulgare)
      • 7-day old seedling leaf, Blumeria graminis f. sp. Hordei infected ref: [HVMI]
      • Root and shoot ref: [BMDN]
    • Corn (Zea mays)
      • Endosperm ref: [ZMEN]
      • Immature ear and tassel inflorescence primordia, vegetative apices ref: [MAET]
      • Kernel ref:[ZEMAK]
      • Leaf and ovary ref: [MALO]
      • Leaf ref:[VIRIF]
    • Kalanchoe laxiflora
      • Leaf ref: [KALAX]
      • Mixed tissues ref: [MAPA]
    • Medicago truncatula
      • Root ref:[METRO]
      • Root, A. euteiches infected ref: [MOTA]
      • Whole plant and root, A. euteiches infected ref: [MTA17]
      • Meristem ref: [CUMM]
    • Morning glory (Ipomoea nil)
      • Petal ref: [IPON]
      • Mixed tissues ref: [NIB]
    • Orange (Citrus sinensis)
      • Plant, Las infected ref: [CSIL]
      • Protonema and gametophores ref: [PHPA]
    • Poplar(Populus tremula )
      • Populus tremula L. x Populus tremuloides (Leaves and Buds) ref: [ASLB]
      • Leaf, Leptosphaeria maculans infected ref:[BNLI]
    • Rice (Oryza sativa)
      • Leaf and root ref: [RLR]
      • Leaf and root, water stressed ref: [GMLR]
      • Leaf, shoot, root, B. japonicum inoculated ref: [SSRL]
    • Tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum)
      • Leaf ref: [NITA]
      • Fruit ref: [TOFT]
      • Leaf, petiole, stem and root, TYLCV infected ref: [TOPLI]
      • Leaf, stem and petiole ref: [TOLE]
      • Meristem, leaf primordia and stem, floral bud ref: [TOM]
      • Ovary ref: [TOV]
      • Root, R. solanacaerarum and M. incognita infected ref: [TORI]
    • Wheat (Triticum aestivum)
      • Head, leaf and root ref: [WHLR]
      • Leaf, Zymoseptoria tritici inoculated ref: [WLIZT]
      • Leaf, peduncle and grain ref: [TALPG]
    • Mouse (Mus musculus)
      • Brain adult ref: [AMB]
      • Brain embryo (mix of E10.5 and E12.5) ref: [MBE]
      • Brain embryo (mix of E14, E16 and E18) ref: [MB6E]
      • Embryonic stem cells (treated with CHIR and bFGF) ref: [MSCT]
      • Embryonic stem cells ref: [MESC]
      • Inner Ear E16.5 ref: [MOINE]
      • Inner Ear ref: [MIE]
      • Kidney adult ref: [MKI]
      • Kidney embryo ref: [MOKE]
      • Neurosphere adult ref: [MANE]
      • Ovary ref: [MMO]
      • Pancreatic beta-cells ref: [MPC]
      • Spleen ref: [MSPL]
      • Testis ref: [MUST]
      • Hippocampus ref: [RHC]
      • Rear brain ref: [RBP]
  • Insects
      • Adult head ref: [DMT]
      • Embryo (0-12h and 12-24h) ref: [DME]
      • Larvae brain ref: [DMLB]
      • Ovary ref: [DMOV]
      • Testis ref: [DMTES]
      • Third instar larvae ref: [DLTS]
    • Tiger mosquito (Aedes albopictus)
      • Larvae cells ref: [AALC]
    • Caenorhabditis elegans
      • Embryo ref: [CEE]
      • Mixed stages ref: [CEMS]
      • Vegetative, aggregative & slug stages ref: [DD]
    • Gallus gallus
      • Lung ref:[GALU]
      • Embryo ref: [XLE]
  • Parasites
      • Myzus persicaeref: [MYPE]
    • Toxoplasma gondii
      • Strain wild-type RH ref: [TGRH]
      • Strain TREU927 ref: [TB]
    • Wheat Curl Mite
      • Aceria tosichellaref: [WCM]
    • Caulobacter crescentus
      • Strain NA 1000 ref: [CACR]
      • Strain V583 ref: [ENFA]
    • Escherichia coli
      • Strain K-12 MG1655 ref: [EC]
      • Strain 26695 ref: [HP]
    • Mycobacterium tuberculosis
      • Strain H37Rv ref: [MYT]
      • Strain PAO1 ref: [PSAE]
    • Staphylococcus aureus
      • Strain COL ref: [Sa]
      • Strain G1 type 4 ref: [Sp]
    • Streptococcus pyogenes
      • Strain M5 Manfredo ref: [SCPY]
      • Strain SF370 ref: [SP370]
    • Medaka (Oryzias latipes)
      • Embryo ref: [OLE]
      • Embryonic male gonads ref: [ONMY]
    • Zebrafish (Danio rerio)
      • Embryo ref: [ZFE]
    • Candida albicans (genomic library)
      • Strain SC5314 ref: [CANA]
      • Strain YM955 ref: [SaC]
    • Schizosaccharomyces pombe (cDNA library)
      • ref: [SAPO]
    • Chlamydomonas reinhardtii
      • Strain CC-124 ref: [CHRE]