Zyla 5.5 Scientific CMOSOn LVEM5 systems equipped with TEM BOOST, the camera is upgrade to the Zyla 5.5 Scientific CMOS camera from Andor . This camera features a high speed and high sensitivity sensor in a light and compact TE cooled design. This ultrasensitive sCMOS camera offers an unparalleled 1.2 electron typical read noise floor, achievable at 30 fps, representing a 10-fold reduction in image noise for the same capture time.
TEM BOOST – enhanced imaging moduleTEM BOOST is a hardware-based enhancement of TEM imaging mode on the LVEM5 electron microscope that provides increased total magnification and higher resolving power in the TEM images.
Enhanced image quality throughout the entire TEM magnification range, coupled with a much wider range of magnifications makes this optional upgrade a significant improvement over the already powerful base model LVEM5.
The magnification range is improved to 1,400-700,000 times. Combined with an improved resolving power of 1.2 nm, this yields a TEM image resolution of 0.2nm/pixel at maximum magnification.
For nanoparticle analysis this means significantly improved size and shape measurements of objects in the 2-10nm range. For thin sections this means larger field of view and enhanced image quality throughout the full range of magnifications. Many other application areas will benefit from this improvement.
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LVEM5 Benchtop Electron MicroscopeThe LVEM5 is the next generation of electron microscope, built on a revolutionary technology platform that combines advanced imaging with unparalleled benchtop convenience. The LVEM5 is the smallest multi-mode desktop electron microscope on the market today.
The clever build of the LVEM5 is its compact, truly desktop design. It can accommodate up to 4 imagining modes (TEM, STEM, SEM, and electron diffraction) and allows for effortless transitioning between modes. The operations of the LVEM5 are straightforward, and routine procedures such as column alignment don't require unreasonable effort and time. Downtime is further minimized by quick sample exchange.