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Hitachi High-Technologies has launched the TM3030, the third generation of its popular series of tabletop microscopes. The TM3030 features improved electron optics to give better resolution and higher magnification capabilities together with built-in image processing to further enhance image quality.

Hitachi launches 3rd generation Tabletop Microscope

Royston, UK | Posted on May 28th, 2013

The improved electron-optical system of the TM3030 provides significantly better resolution, which is especially useful for the 5 kV mode of operation. Imaging at 5 kV reveals more surface detail and can be used for both topographic and elemental composition imaging. The new electron optics produce sharper images at higher magnifications across its three imaging and analysis modes. In addition, automated instrument operating routines combined with a new image processing function brings even better sharpness and contrast to the images.

The TM3030 remains as easy to use as its predecessors, combining the depth of field, resolution and magnification capabilities of an electron microscope with the user-friendliness of an optical microscope and without any of the sample preparation techniques needed for a conventional electron microscope. The popularity of the TM series across a wide range of sectors is evidenced by the fact that Hitachi has sold over 2,300 units since the launch of the original TM1000 in 2005.

The TM3030 has applications in educational establishments from universities to junior high schools; hospitals and a host of industrial sectors such as food, pharmaceuticals, materials, electronic devices and many more. A wide range of accessories provide additional sample handling capabilities; the capability to carry out compositional (elemental) and even 3-D view measurements to further enhance performance.

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