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The SKYSCAN 1273 is Bruker’s latest benchtop 3D X-ray microscope based on micro computed tomography (Micro-CT) technology. Samples with up to 500 mm length, 300 mm diameter, and a maximum weight of 20 kg can be accommodated, a new standard for non-destructive testing (NDT) with benchtop instruments. Best-in-class components turn the SKYSCAN 1273 into a real power pack. The combination of a high-energy X-ray source running at high power and a large format flat-panel detector with ultimate sensitivity and speed provides excellent image quality in just a few seconds.
The comprehensive software for straightforward data collection, advanced image analysis, and powerful visualization makes the SKYSCAN 1273 an easy to use 3D X-ray microscope.
The SKYSCAN 1273 benchtop 3D X-ray microscope requires minimum lab space, is easy to start running, and virtually maintenance-free. Consequently, the SKYSCAN 1273 offers high system uptime with low cost of ownership.
|X-ray source||40-130 kV, max. 39 W, < 5 µm spot size at 4 W|
|X-ray detector||6-megapixel (3072 x 1944) active pixel CMOS flat-panel detector|
|Maximum object size||300 mm diameter, 500 mm length, 20 kg|
|Optional stages||Micro positioning, cooling, heating, compression/tension|
|Radiation safety||<1 µSv/h at 10 cm from the instrument surface|
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