UltraScan III GUI Software Download

In order to use UltraScan III a license key is required which can be obtained through online registration. A license key will be issued to you upon registration during the first time you run UltraScan III. A valid e-mail address is required. All licenses are made available for free and are applicable to academic, non-profit and for-profit commercial use. Registration is required to document to the funding agencies the use of this software. Your information will not be used for any other purpose, and identifying information will not be disclosed.

The latest release of UltraScan III is revision 2552

PLEASE NOTE: UltraScan III was officially released on September 1st, 2011. If you want to contribute, feel free to register on our WIKI page and submit a ticket for any issues you may find.

NEW:   UltraScan III  version 4.0! This version takes advantage of 1-second-interval TimeState information from the new Optima AUC ultracentrifuge and achieves greater accuracy in finite element modeling and adds other important enhancements (read the announcement). The recommended version is now v4.0, Release >= 2400.

Version 4.0, 64-bit: Version 3.5, 64-bit: Version 3.3, 32-bit:

Special MacIntosh Notes

The most recent installations for MacIntosh are 64-bit only. All Apple desktop/notebook hardware of the last several years is 64-bit, so this should not cause a problem. If you encounter problems with the software that may be related to 32-bit/64-bit issues, please inform us. We can build a special dual-architecture version.

Installation Help

Detailed instructions for the UltraScan installation for various platforms can be found at:
http://www.ultrascan3.aucsolutions.com/installation.php

Also take a look at the UltraScan Instructional videos, which includes quickstart, installation and configuration help.

Source Code

Source code is available through the subversion source code control system. To check out a current copy of the code, use the following command:

svn co svn://svn.aucsolutions.com/ultrascan3/trunk ultrascan3

The current source can also be viewed at the UltraScan III wiki.