The newest generation of the proven FISCHERSCOPEÂ®
XDAL and XDLM x-ray spectrometers is now available from Fischer Technology. The development process
focused on the unit's performance, ergonomics and design. Typical applications
are measurements on pc-boards, plug contacts and electronic components.
XDLM spectrometers are equipped with four exchangeable
apertures and a programmable XY(Z) measuring stage. This makes them ideally
suited for testing mass-produced parts.
spectrometers with silicon PIN
detectors provide reliable analysis results and coating thickness readings even
with a small concentration and very thin coatings. With their fast and highly
precise XY(Z) measuring stage, they are ideally suited for automated sample
The XDAL and
XDLM spectrometers have an excellent long-term stability, which is reflected in
a significantly reduced calibration effort, among other things. Using the
FISCHER fundamental parameter method, coating systems as well as solid and
liquid samples can be analyzed standard-free.
Researchers at the University of Maryland have achieved a first in lithium-ion battery science: the development of a successful lithium-based battery using one material for all three core components of a battery -- anode, cathode, and electrolyte.
The online Bar Steel Fatigue Database for automotive design engineers has been updated for the fifth time and now contains 134 iterations, or grade/process combinations. It provides better predictability for designing parts with long-term reliability and durability.
FPGAs use programmable fabric to create custom logic, but this flexibility comes at a cost -- usually around 10 times more silicon real estate and 10 times the power dissipation. Can we really claim any FPGA is low power?
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