SPINSCAN X

Electron Paramagnetic Resonance (EPR), or Electron Spin Resonance (ESR) spectroscopy utilizes microwave radiation to probe species with unpaired electrons, such as radicals, radical cations, and triplets in the presence of an externally applied magnetic field.

Specifications:

    • Operating frequency- 9.2 — 9.55 GHz
    • Microwave cavity power- 250 mW
    • Sensitivity- 8 x 109 spin/0,1mT
    • Sensitivity- 8 x 109 spin/0,1mT
    • Cavity- TE102
    • Q unloaded – 5000
    • Magnetic field modulation – Magnetic field modulation
    • Magnetic field – 0,01 to 0,65 T
    • Magnetic field homogeneity- ± 5 µT over sample volume in active region TE102
    • Power- 400 W, 115/230 VAC
    • Dimension /weight- 47 x 38 x 26 cm / 45 kg

Features

  • Cavity Q factor and MW power measurement
  • Magnetic field modulation – 10 kHz – 250 kHz
  • Phase detection range 0-3600
  • First and second harmonics detection (in phase and out of phase)
  • Amplitude resolution 24 bit
  • Broad signal channel dynamic range – digitization up to 140 dB in one scan
  • High magnetic field resolution – up to 256 000 pts for any sweep range
  • Automatic self- test of system
  • 2D – experiments (magnet field vs MW power, temperature, angle)
  • Interface via Ethernet
  • e-Spinoza Software– comprehensive user-oriented software kit with functions for acquisition and mathematic treatment
  • New ergonomic design

Benefits

  • Fast and precise analysis.
  • Compact, ergonomic design and footprint.
  • Does not require any complicated or time-consuming sample preparation.
  • Ready-to-plug-in instrument.
  • Robust functionality in routine procedures.
  • PC-controlled and fully automated operation with optimized software package.
  • Integrated in the software personal experiment protocol with batch files provides own scenarios and time saving.
  • Service-friendly remote technical support.

Video Link:

  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xAWW7z-e4PY&feature=youtu.be

Options:

  • Upgradeable

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