Phenom ProX Desktop SEM
The sixth-generation of Thermo Scientific Phenom ProX G6 Desktop SEM fills the gap between light microscopy and floor-model SEM analysis, thus expanding the capabilities of research facilities. It offers fast, high-resolution imaging in addition to an integrated energy-dispersive X-ray diffraction (EDS) detector for robust, easy-to-use, rapid elemental analysis.
Fast and easy to use
The Phenom Pro Desktop SEM can be used to relieve the burden of routine analysis for common samples from floor-model SEM instruments. Instrument configuration and the sample loading mechanism ensure quick imaging with minimal time spent tuning between experiments.
Long-lifetime CeB6 source
Facility users of any experience level can quickly begin producing high-quality results with the Phenom Pro Desktop SEM. Its long-lifetime CeB6 source offers high brightness while requiring low maintenance.
Robust and small form factor
It's high stability and small form factor allow the instrument to be used in practically any lab environment; more simply put, it does not require specialized infrastructure or expert oversight.
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Light optical magnification
Electron optical magnification range
≤ 6 nm SED and ≤ 8 nm BSD
Light optical navigation camera
Default: 5 kV, 10 kV and 15 kV
Advanced mode: adjustable range between 4.8 kV and 20.5 kV imaging and analysis mode
High vacuum mode
Charge reduction mode via optional low vacuum sample holder
Backscattered electron detector (standard)
Energy-dispersive X-ray detector (standard)
Secondary electron detector (optional)
Up to 25 mm diameter (optional 32 mm)
Up to 35 mm (optional 100 mm)