In a Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM), when the electron beam interacts with a sample, multiple events happen. Different detectors are needed to distinguish secondary electrons, backscattered electrons or characteristic x-rays. The signals come from different penetration depths depending upon the accelerating voltage and sample density.
Our SEM Detectors system function under the powerful software platform providing easy to use, yet supple image gaining controls, brilliant signal-to-noise pulling out techniques, and choice for concurrent acquisitions from multiple channels. This equipment can connect to nearly all SEM and STEM systems and provides a common interface.
You can optimize the image to go with the experiment — and don’t compromise quality when doing flexible scan and digitization. The devices are made to produce high speed and low noise imaging utilizing differential analog-to-digital or digital-to-analog converter. They are equipped with concurrent numerous signal acquisition and exclusive contrast modes. One can do multiple analog and pulse inputs simultaneously. Digitization is achievable at 1, 2, or 4 bytes per pixel.
We introduce advanced SEM detector, the new benchmark for backscattered electron (BSE) detection. It delivers unparalleled sensitivity and pace to gain a full understanding of nonconductive samples; such as polymers, plastics, and biological materials. Being optimized for low kV functions, this system expands your ability to learn biological samples, low atomic number (Z) metals, and big 3D datasets. A backscattered electron detector detects elastically scattered electrons. These electrons are higher in energy from atoms below the sample surface. Using a BSD allows for lower vacuum levels, reducing sample preparation requirements and minimizing beam damage. Backscattered electrons vary in their amount and direction due to the composition and topography of the specimen.
Dutco Tennant LLC brings for you the most advanced range of SEM Detector from the leading manufacturers of the world to the Middle East and GCC region.