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WITec has launched the new alpha300 microscope generationPosted on March 09, 2006
WITec, a specialist in high-resolution optical and scanning probe microscopy has launched a new modular microscope generation, the alpha300 series. This series includes the Confocal Raman Microscope "alpha300 R", the Scanning Near-field Optical Microscope "alpha300 S" and the Atomic Force Microscope "alpha300 A" all driven by the new fully digital control unit "alphaControl." The controller’s revolutionary new system-on-a-chip concept enhances not only user friendliness but also speed, flexibility, accuracy, expandability and timing precision. It enables various new features and automatic measurement procedures to be employed for the first time. The digital signal processing reduces noise to extremely low levels and significantly enhances data and image quality. The integrated software for measurement control is the key to the unique features of the alpha300 series. It navigates the user through the measurement tasks while intuitively providing a user interface that changes automatically depending on the method used. This also reflects the modular concept of the alpha300 series which allows the combination of different microscopy techniques in one instrument. The new microscope generation is ideally suited for applications in Materials Sciences, Life Sciences, Pharmaceutics and Nanotechnology where a comprehensive understanding of the sample structure and composition is a necessity.
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