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Upgrade Your Ions


SOLA SE nIR LIGHT ENGINE


THE BRIGHTEST


solid-state lamp in the life sciences Now includes nIR in addition to UV and VIS


SOLA SE nIR Light Engine Spectrum


Hyperion™ Dual Polarity Ion Sources are now available as direct upgrades from Oregon Physics for FEI FIB 200, PHI Adept 1010, and Cameca NanoSIMS, IMS F series, and 12XX series instruments.


Upgrade your ion source to benefit from: • Longer source lifetime • Better image resolution • Improved depth profiling (SIMS) • Higher currents for milling (FIB)


nIR


Oregon Physics’ Hyperion ion sources are designed to bolt-on to your existing optical system for easy implementation.


Wavelength (nm)


• 4 Watts • 350 - 760 nm • Pre-aligned • Long-lived


• Easy installation • Electronic control • Mercury-free • No replacement parts


How will Hyperion improve your research? Learn more at Oregon-Physics.com or call us to discuss your requirements.


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(operating on Cameca NanoSIMS) shows beam current as a function of spot size.


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info@oregon-physics.com www.oregon-physics.com


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