FISCHERSCOPE® X-RAY XDAL® 237 is engineered under the firm direction of experienced quality controllers. These are widely used as X-ray fluorescence measuring instrument with a programmable XY-stage and Z-axis for automated measurements of thin coatings in Gold Hallmarking, Assaying and Manufacturing Centres.These are widely used for non-destructive measurements and analysing very thin coatings.
These are uniquely designed and developed with high-precision, programmable XY-stage and an electrically.
These are user-friendly bench-top instruments acclaimed for sample stage moves into the loading position automatically, when the protective hood is opened.
These are compact sized, robust designed and ensure longer stability. Its laser pointer works as a positioning aid and supports the quick alignment of the sample to be measured.
These are operated through the powerful and user-friendly WinFTM® software and designed as per German regulations „Deutsche Röntgenverordnung-röv“. Its entire operation and evaluation of measurements as well as the clear presentation of measurement data is performed on a PC through software.General Specification
Intended use:Energy dispersive X-ray fluorescence measuring instrument (EDXRF)
to determine thin coatings and alloys
Element range:Aluminum Al (13) to Uranium U (92) – up to 24 elements simultaneously
Design:Bench-top unit with hood opening upwards XY-stage and Z-axis
electrically driven and programmable,Motor-driven changeable apertures
and filters Video camera and laser pointer (class 1) for orienting the sample
Measuring direction:Top down
X-ray tubeMicro focus tungsten tube with beryllium window
High voltageThree steps 10 kV, 30 kV, 50 kV
Aperture (Collimator):4x changeable: Ø 0.1 mm (3.9 mils), Ø 0.3 mm (11.8 mils), Ø 0.6 mm
(23.6 mils) slot 0.5 x 0.15 mm (19.7 x 5.9 mils), others on request
Primary filter:3x changeable (Standard configuration: Nickel, Aluminum, no filter)
Measurement spot:Depending on the measuring distance and on the aperture, the actual
spot size is shown in the video image. Smallest measurement
approx. Ø 0.15 mm (5.9 mils) with aperture 0.1 mm (3.9 mils)
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