JSM-IT500HR Scanning Electron Microscope

JSM-IT500HR Scanning Electron Microscope

The JSM-IT500HR SEM, based on the highly successful and award winning JEOL InTouchScope series, is equipped with a high-brightness electron gun and fully integrating JEOL's energy dispersive X-ray spectrometer (EDS). This revolutionizing JSM-IT500HR is a superb high throughput SEM, delivering a dramatically improved work efficiency (40% or higher than conventional models).

JEM-Z300FSC (CRYO ARM) Electron Microscope

JEM-Z300FSC / JEM-Z200FSC Cryo-Electron Microscope

CRYO ARM is an electron microscope for observing biomolecules such as proteins at cryo temperature. The microscope equips a cold field-emission electron gun, an in-column Omega energy filter, a side-entry liquid nitrogen cooling stage, and an automated specimen exchange system. The specimen exchange system can store up to 12 specimens in the specimen exchange chamber.

JSM-IT200 Scanning Electron Microscope

JSM-IT200 Scanning Electron Microscope

Fast observation, analysis and report generation! JSM-IT200 is an easy-to-use scanning electron microscope focused on cost performance of high functionalities of JSM-IT500 (higher-end model) of InTouchScope, with significantly higher throughput.

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New TEM for Naturalis

The Naturalis Biodiversity Center, a research institute and natural history museum in Leiden, has recently acquired the state-of-the-art JEM-1400Plus Transmission Electron Microscope (TEM) from JEOL.

 “Thanks to this TEM we are able to study the biodiversity of plants and species in the smallest details.” According to Kees van den Berg, Senior Analyst at Naturalis. “For the acquisition of the new 120kV TEM the JEM-1400Plus from JEOL was selected because of its performance, ease-of-use and proven stability of the system. The excellent service track record of JEOL also played an important role in the evaluation."

"We used to have a JEOL JEM-1010 from 1992. Even though it was still working well, it no longer fit in our new organization structure where digitalization of our collection and data has become a priority. Additionally, the new TEM is also fully compatible with our Windows 7 based network. The JEM-1010 will go to a new owner who will certainly  benefit from the microscope for years to come."

Since the introduction of the JEM-1400 in 2007 and the JEM-1400Plus in 2012, already more than 600 microscopes of this type have been installed worldwide. The strength of this system lies in the flexibility of the system to be able to work in a great variety of research fields, for example: Biological sections, polymers, nanomaterials and asbestos analysis, all in both room temperature and under cryo conditions.