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Bruker introduces new SKYSCAN™ 2214 CMOS Edition Nanoscale 3D X-ray Microscope

Monday, February 27, 2023

A multiscale X-ray microscope built on nano-CT (computed tomography) for commercial and academic research was unveiled by Bruker as the SKYSCAN™ 2214 CMOS Edition.

The highly effective and proven SKYSCAN 2214 platform now includes the most recent scientific CMOS (sCMOS) detector technology, taking high-resolution X-ray imaging to a new level.

The cutting-edge, modular design of the SKYSCAN 2214 CMOS accommodates up to four detectors, enabling users to quickly choose the best detector for their samples and uses. A 6 Megapixel (Mp) flat screen and three enhanced 15/16 Mp sCMOS detectors are now included in this unusual design. They offer a field of vision that is unmatched for each true 3D resolution down to the 500nm range.

Due to their extensive dynamic range and exceptionally low noise, the new sCMOS detectors also shine at imaging high- and low-density features in the same object.

The SKYSCAN 2214 CMOS Edition is enhanced by the user-friendly, all-inclusive 3D.SUITE software, which allows for simple data gathering, sophisticated image analysis, and potent visualization. Advanced features like spiral scanning with precise reconstruction for artifact-free imaging of planar features and variable rotation step tomography for more effective scanning of high aspect ratio objects are part of this potent software package.

The SKYSCAN 2214 CMOS Edition is enhanced by the user-friendly, all-inclusive 3D.SUITE software, which allows for simple data collection, sophisticated image analysis, and potent visualization. Advanced features like spiral scanning with precise reconstruction for artifact-free imaging of planar features and variable rotation step tomography for more effective scanning of high aspect ratio objects are part of this potent software suite.

Furthermore, features that would normally be hidden when using only absorption contrast imaging can be seen when using phase retrieval algorithms for propagation-based phase contrast X-ray imaging.

The minimal maintenance requirements of SKYSCAN 2214 CMOS Edition increase system uptime and lower total cost of ownership.

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