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New X-RAY power supply
Nov. 14, 2009

New X-RAY power supply

HiTek Power has introduced the XR150 X-Ray power supply. This modular unit is rated at 150 W and meets the exacting demands of ­todays high-performance industrial X-Ray systems because of its low output ripple, high-accuracy filament monitoring and control, as well as a stable beam-current loop. more
Enhanced Widefield Imaging
Nov. 14, 2009

Enhanced Widefield Imaging

The Angstrom is an optimized optical system to ensure the best possible grid projection to generate images close to confocal quality. With this product the entire illumination pathway becomes external to the microscope and is used instead of the internal fluorescence light path. The result is an approach in how structured light illumination imaging is performed. Together with Leica Microsystems well-known high-quality inverted research microscopes, the Angstrom offers: more
Confocal and Interferometer Profiler in one
Nov. 14, 2009

Confocal and Interferometer Profiler in one

Schaefer-Tec launched the new Sensofar PLµ NEOX optical profiler that combines the complementary measuring methods confocal and interferometry in one instrument. The integrated piezo scanner provides a vertical resolution of down to 0.01nm in the Phaseshifting Interferometry mode while the linear stage allows for up to 40 mm vertical scanrange. Sensofars patented microdisplay-based confocal scanning technology works without moving parts and guarantees a very long lifetime without maintenance. more
High Performance for Live Cell Imaging
Nov. 10, 2009

High Performance for Live Cell Imaging

Nikon has launched its latest high performance, high numerical aperture (N.A.) objectives for use in biological applications. Featuring the N.A.s for water immersion objectives (1.27 and 1.25), these employ ultra low refractive index Nano crystal coat, and are optimized for live cell imaging, providing the highest transmission at a broad range of wavelengths. more
Integration of Electrochemistry and Optics
Nov. 09, 2009

Integration of Electrochemistry and Optics

JPK Instruments announced new electrochemical capabilities for their NanoWizard AFM systems. Electrochemical experiments study redox reactions of substances at a solid-liquid interface. With atomic force microscopy, high-resolution images can be obtained in liquid as the electrochemical reaction progresses. Electrochemistry spans a wide range of fields, from the corrosion of metal surfaces through to the role of protein electron transfer processes in biosensors. more
Virtual Microscopy Systems
Nov. 09, 2009

Virtual Microscopy Systems

The NanoZoomer 2.0 Virtual Microscopy Systems from Hamamatsu Photonics feature a significant increase in scanning speed, by a factor of two, and substantially reduce the time needed to create digital slides from glass slides. more
Step up to a New Level of Speed
Nov. 06, 2009

Step up to a New Level of Speed

Quantax is a powerful system available for energy dispersive X-ray microanalysis on SEM and electron microprobe. Several system levels and a multitude of options are available for scaling and tuning the system for a wide range of analytical tasks and application environments. Systems of all levels provide state-of-the-art qualitative as well as true standardless quantitative elemental analysis. A standard based Φ(ρ, z) quantification package is optionally available for dedicated analytical tasks. more
Just a Few Seconds
Nov. 06, 2009

Just a Few Seconds

With the X-ray Guide Tube the bench top XGT-5000 systems allow convenient access to X-ray fluorescence analysis with high spatial resolution - from 1.2 mm down to 10 µm (HORIBA original). more
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