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Innov-X Systems offers Micro XRF analyzers.

Innov-X Systems, Woburn, Mass., has introduced a range of bench-top QXi Micro XRF analyzers, which the company says delivers fast and precise identification.

The QXi analyzers use a collimated beam of 13mm to 0.1mm diameter with laser-beam focusing, making them suitable for testing small or heterogeneous samples.

According to Innov-X, QXi analyzers can perform fully standardless quantitative analysis with excellent statistical accuracy using measurement times of 30 to 120 seconds.

The units' video capability aids analysis with a sensitive color COD camera that allows digital snapshots with magnification of up to 68 times. In combination with the laser spot tool, the CCD camera enables digital pictures to be analyzed and stored.

QXi analyzers feature x-ray tube technology, eliminating radioactive isotopes and the need for government regulation, the expense of isotope disposal and other restrictions, Innov-X says.

The analyzers include Windows software that can generate analysis reports and create databases for sorting measurement data. The software also allows users to specify the analysis times and sampling procedures.

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Date:Apr 1, 2005
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