The Z-901 features an all-new ergonomic design, a 0.5 lb. weight reduction down to about 3.5 lbs. (1.6 kg), improved heat dissipation, and completely updated software and processing electronics.
The Z-901 also leads the way featuring the first-ever “dual burn” technology. Users can test with the 901 either using an “air burn” method or using argon-purge for applications requiring higher precision and lower limits of detection.
A single spectrometer to covers the wavelength range of 200 – 440 nm. The instrument is factory calibrated for a suite of 15-20 elements, depending on application. Or operators may use the accompanying Profile Builder software package to customize to specific elements, their own calibration standards, and spectral processing. The Z-901 can be set up to measure the emissions of any element except Li, Na, H, C, N, O, Cl, Br, F, Ce, Rb, S. Common factory-calibrated Z-901 applications include alloy, mining and environmental analysis, typically for beryllium in soil.
Factory calibrated for lithium in pegmatite, clays, and mica-schists, including relevant base elements in the 380 - 680 nm range.
Microanalysis capability with 100 um laser spot size. On-board Y stage for rastering laser to discrete locations for targeted analysis or averaging.
SciAps also offers the Z-903, containing a third spectrometer to extend the analytical range down to 190 nm for users testing brines for other elements, including boron, magnesium, calcium, and potassium.
SciAps LIBS series handheld analyzers, at just 3.87 lbs. (1.75 kg) with battery, have an internal camera for precise targeting of analysis locations; a macro camera for photo-documentation of samples, reading bar codes and QR codes; a patented “sample sensor” that allows Class 1 operation (subject to LSO approval); high-resolution, rear-facing display for easy viewing; rugged metal body for maximum durability; a narrow snout for difficult-to-access test locations; and user-replaceable argon that provides hundreds of tests at pennies per test. Pair with Profile Builder software for PC or tablet and achieve full bench top functionality.
Android operating system and app-based software assure quality testing by every operator. Built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, with GPS capability, allow users to print, email, and connect to virtually any information management system for real-time, full-featured reporting. Automatically merge XRF and LIBS tests with SciAps Cloud Services. Easily manage operations from anywhere.
3.87 lbs. (1.75 kg) with battery
ARM Quad Cortex -A53 1.2GHz memory: 2 GB LPDDR3, 16 GB eMMC
316 stainless steel standard for automated calibration and wavelength scale validation.
10.75 x 2.375 x. 8.625 inches
Results storage: 32 GB SD card
380 nm – 680 nm
3.5-inch high-brightness color touchscreen, readable in all conditions. Rear-facing display for easy results viewing
On-board automated drift correction software with factory-provided or user-provided reference materials.
Integrated camera and laser target indicator for viewing sample before and during analysis provide proper sample alignment. Includes second “macro camera” for scanning QR or bar codes and for photo-documentation and report generation.
On-board rechargeable Li-ion battery, rechargeable inside device or with external charger, AC power.
CE, RoHS, USFDA registered. Class 3b laser. Sample sensor on board, allows for operation under Class 1 conditions subject to local LSO approval.
On-board Y stage for rastering laser to discrete locations for targeted analysis or averaging.
Built on Google’s Android platform for real-time data exporting, including built-in Wi-Fi (IEEE 802.11b/g/n), Bluetooth (BR/EDR+BLE), GPS and USB-C to connect to virtually any information management system.
Password protected. Multi-user support with configurable access settings.
SciAps proprietary Opti-Purge inert argon environment that improves spectral signal-to-noise ratio and performance in UV range.
Pair any Z Series with our industry-leading XRF unit and get optimal analysis across every element in the periodic table and every sample type. Same batteries, cables, chargers and other accessories.
LIBS: Analyze elements XRF can’t test: Li, Be, B, C, F, Na and more. Improved performance on Mg, Ca, K compared to XRF. Microanalysis with 100 um laser spot size.
XRF: Great for transition and heavy metals. Easy to use, especially on bulk, soil, and ore type materials.