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Falcon 3EC Direct Electron Detector
The Falcon 3EC fully integrates into a fast, automated workflow on the FEI Titan Krios and FEI Talos Arctica. Not only has the detector sensitivity been improved, but so has the handling of data produced by the detector. Now, when using an FEI workflow that features the Falcon 3EC, you will be able to achieve high throughput and faster time to data without compromising performance. And it is easy to use, especially for non-microscopists.
Know the temperature. Understand your sample.The FEI NanoEx-i/v is a single-tilt TEM specimen heating and biasing holder for in situ S/TEM imaging and elemental analysis at elevated temperatures. NanoEx-i/v is the ideal solution for precise experiments in a wide range of applications that require in situ heating of nanomaterials, such as studies of nanoscale annealing behavior, phase transformations in metals, structural changes and sintering phenomena in catalyst nanosystems, quenching, segregation/diffusion phenomena, and more.
Increase contrast and retrieve more information from delicate biological samples with the FEI Phase Plate. Engineered for high quality, stability and longevity, the FEI Phase Plate is the ideal companion to demanding cutting-edge Cryo-TEM biological research.
1000 °C Heating Stage
The 1000 °C heating stage is used to heat samples and record in-situ morphological sample changes.
1400 ºC Heating Stage
The 1400 ºC heating stage is the total heating solution to record in-situ morphological sample changes during heating up to 1400 ºC.
70° Tilt Cryo-transfer Holder
The Gatan 70° tilt cryo-transfer system enables frozen suspensions or sections to be loaded into the TEM holder and transferred frost-free at temperatures below -170 °C.
The acoustic enclosure is a cover that fits the various pump(s) of the microscope system. It provides noise dampening of the pump(s) for operator and microscope. Check which enclosures we have available for your instrument.
BioTWlN Low-Background, Single-Tilt Holder
TEM specimen holder constructed to eliminate the stray background peaks in the X-ray spectrum.
Gas chemistry solution (Naphthalene) for Ion or Electron beam deposition of Carbon-based material, mounted on any of the available GIS ports.
Channel Detection Electron Multiplier (CDEM) for direct ion imaging and ion-induced secondary electron imaging. The geometry of the detector is optimized for imaging with the ion column resulting in excellent Signal/Noise in ion imaging, as opposed to the Everhart Thornley SED which is optimized for S/N in electron imaging.
Centaurus Detector with Back-scatter Tip
The Centaurus detector is a retractable, scintillator-type, back-scattered electron detector.
The Ceta 16M camera is the first camera to deliver high speed readout for simultaneous dynamic imaging and large field of view. This unique combination follows the natural workflow in TEM imaging: from fast navigation to find the area of interest-to easy optimization of the image quality via optical adjustments-to the final result: a 4k × 4k image unrivaled in quality and detail.
Congratulations to the winners of the 2017 Nobel Prize in Chemistry. Three scientists; Dr. Jacques Dubochet, Dr. Joachim Frank, and Dr. Richard Henderson, were awarded the prize for their developments within Cryo-Electron Microscopy.
We are extremely proud of what these researchers and the structural biology community have achieved.