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Publication: e-Journal of Nondestructive Testing (NDT) ISSN 1435-4934 (NDT.net Journal)
NEW JCM-6000 NeoScope II with higher magnification and multi-touch screen control, and a sleek new designNikon Metrology, Inc.11, Brighton, MI, USA
July 20, 2012, Brighton, MI - As simple to use as a digital camera, the NeoScope II is a high resolution SEM that produces images with a large depth of field at magnifications ranging from 10X - 60,000X. It offers high & low vacuum operation, three selectable accelerating voltages, secondary electron, and back-scattered electron imaging. The NeoScope II accommodates samples up to 70mm in diameter and 50mm in thickness. The NeoScope examines both conductive and non-conductive samples without any special sample preparation. Optional EDS is available for elemental analysis.
Another new feature of the NeoScope II SEM is a touch screen interface with the familiar look and feel of today's smart phones and tablets. Automatic functions as well as pre-stored recipe files make it easy to use for a multitude of sample types. Any skill level of user will appreciate the simplicity and fast operation, from sample loading to imaging in vacuum in less than three minutes.
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Visit www.nikonmetrology.com for more information about the JCM-6000 NeoScope II.
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