Features: • Virtual Rescanning Mode (VRM)™ stores comprehensive data and enables you to perform a complete analysis of a sample, even when it is no longer available • TurboSpeed™ provides faster imaging speeds at high frequencies with up to 2.5X increased image acquisition speed with high pixel densities • Digital Image Analysis (DIA)™ uses advanced algorithms to quantify the acoustic data and allows you to set accurate, automatic, accept/reject criteria • ESD safe and Clean Room ready • Open access scanning area makes loading and unloading easy and is capable of scanning two JEDEC trays or
ICP-OES spectrometers, also known as ICP-AES or ICP plasma spectrometers, have become an indispensable tool for chemical elemental analysis. Optical emission spectrometers with inductively coupled plasma (ICP plasma) excitation sources offer ease of use, high sensitivity and precision and relative freedom from interferences. ICP-OES systems have now become the analytical method of choice for a wide range of applications.
Imager LX camera family is an advanced, high resolution, progressive scan, fully programmable CCD camera ideally for large flow field areas. The camera delivers up to 14 bit digital images and gives unsurpassed resolution from 8 million pixel to 29 million pixel combined with a short interframe time down to 0.3 µs. The camera is compact and is equipped with a modern Gigabit Ethernet interface for easy and fast data storing to the computer.
The Agilent 1290 Infinity II Diode Array Detector FS (fixed slit) is based on the Agilent Max-Light cartridge cell with optofluidic waveguides that improve light transmission to near 100% efficiency without sacrificing resolution caused by cell dispersions effects. With typical detector noise levels of < ± 0.6 µAU/cm the revolutionary 60 mm flow cell gives up to 10 times higher sensitivity than detectors with conventional flow cells.
The JSM‐6360LV low vacuum SEM is a high‐performance scanning electron microscope for fast characterization and imaging of fine structures. The selectable Low Vacuum mode allows for observation of specimens that cannot be viewed at high vacuum due to excessive water content or because they have a non‐conductive surface.
The Imager LX camera family is an advanced, high resolution, progressive scan, fully programmable CCD camera series, ideally for large flow field areas. These cameras deliver up to 14 bit digital images and give unsurpassed resolution from 8 MegaPixel to 29 MegaPixel combined with a short interframe time down to 0.3 µs. All camera models come with a compact design and they are equipped with a modern Gigabit Ethernet interface for easy and fast data storing to the computer.
The Leica DM2500 P is designed for all routine polarizing examinations in petrography, mineralogy, structure characterization, and examination of liquid crystals and fibers. With versatile instrument options, the Leica DM2500 P polarizing microscope is also an ideal match for industrial analysis and quality control, such as analyzing glass, plastics, textiles and fibers or testing displays in the semiconductor industry. Key Features •Objective turret 5x (M25), centerable •Objectives HI Plan POL, N Plan POL, PL Fluotar POL, Immersion objectives •Usable field of view: 25 mm
Makroskops are non-stereo zoom microscopes, designed specifically for low power/high resolution work. The M420 incorporates a trinocular head, its phototube will support a film, digital, or CCTV camera. The head contains a 50:50 beam splitter for convenient photography. The microscope pictured has a zoom range from 6.2 to 32 times, 10x Wild adjustable diopter eyepieces, large swinging arm stand with double truss carrier rods and ring light with 150 watt halogen illuminator.
A compact, portable, rugged UV-visible tunable light source with 400W metal halide lamp (1500 hours nominal life time, more in reality). The system includes a 2 meter liquid light guide, 10mm active diameter, with dual armor metal protection, 4 pairs of goggles, 1 or 2 remote filter wheels with 8 positions each mounted on the working end of the light guide for one hand-operation.