- Electron Probe Microanalyzer (EPMA)
- JXA-iHP200F Field Emission Electron Probe Microanalyzer (FE-EPMA)
JXA-iHP200F Field Emission Electron Probe Microanalyzer (FE-EPMA)
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Electron Probe Microanalyzer (EPMA) has been utilized as a tool for research development and quality assurance in a variety of industrial fields such as steel, automobile, electric component, battery material and its application are expanding more and more. In addition, in academic fields, EMPA has been widely used in earth planetary science and material science, and the future contribution can be expected to applications including various advanced researches covering material energy research such as minerals and various new materials. In response, “simpler” and “faster” use of instrument, accessible to anyone is in demand while maintaining the high performance of microanalysis.
JXA-iHP200F and JXA-iSP100 are integrated EPMAs with enhanced features, satisfying these needs and achieving more efficient operations from observation to analysis.
* EPMA is abbreviation for Electron Probe Microanalyzer.
Holder insertion with Auto Loading! Quickly find the target observation point!
Specimen insertion and acquisition of an optical image of the specimen holder (Stage Navigation image) is executed with a single click.
The field for analysis can be selected from the Stage Navigation image.
Auto functions enabling anyone to obtain high quality SEM images
Easy EPMA for fast elemental analysis with simplified instrument setting
In combination of the Auto Focus function of an optical microscope and Auto functions of SEM incorporating a new system with higher accuracy and faster degree of capabilities, any user can acquire high quality SEM images. “Live Analysis” enables elemental screening during observation. “Easy EPMA” is available, so novice users can smoothly operate the EPMA. “EPMA-XRF integration” allows for condition setting of EPMA based on the XRF data. Integration of WD/ED provides efficient analysis time. Operability is further enhanced with the integration of SEM, EDS, WDS and optical images.
Setting screen and displayed data of Easy EPMA
EDS Live Analysis
Example of reduced analysis time due to WD/ED integration
Integration: Single click enables setting of the analyzing crystal combination based on the elements recommended through data from the techniques as above.
Efficient Calibration with 18 built-in standard specimens
The new spectrometer calibration function reduces the steps of periodic calibration and eliminates misoperations by using in-built standard specimens.
Greater efficiency by running automated instrument calibration in the nighttime.
The maintenance notification function ensures proper maintenance at the required timing.
18 built-in standard specimens for calibration
Maintenance notification function "Customer Support Tool"
In-lens Schottky Plus FEG on JXA-iHP200F
The in-lens Schottky Plus FEG provides high resolution at low accelerating voltages, enabling high spatial-resolution SEM imaging and analysis at high magnifications. Thermionic emission guns, which achieves large probe currents with high stability over long periods of time, are suitable for fast trace-element analysis and for overnight analysis of multiple specimens.