- Leading: 300nm (0.3 µm) Spatial Resolution
- Submicron Resolution, even at Large Working Distances
- Novel Multi-Spectral Imaging Enables Maximum Versatility
- Novel Architecture: Patent-Pending and Patented X-ray Technology
- Software: GigaRecon Tomography & Sigray3D Acquisition
- Phase Retrieval
The highest resolution achievable by the system is not only best-in-class, but is also achieved using a highly efficient detection system. This enables much higher throughput when imaging at smaller voxel sizes than other systems on the market.
EclipseXRM achieves higher resolution, faster: The same carbonate sample imaged on a leading XRM with two-stage magnification and EclipseXRM. The leading system advertises ~0.5 µm spatial resolution and used a 20X magnification objective to acquire the data in 4 hours, while EclipseXRM acquired 0.3 µm data in 2.5 hours.
EclipseXRM’s new, patent-pending architecture offers an alternative to prior approaches, enabling submicron resolution at large working distances without needing high magnification objective lenses.
EclipseXRM optionally incorporates a Multi-Spectral Source, which produces quasi-monochromatic x-rays for outstanding contrast for challenging samples
GigaRecon provides various reconstruction approaches, including FDK and iterative reconstruction. The GPU-powered routines are the fastest on the market.
XRM Companion features an intuitive GUI for acquiring and measuring data
EclipseXRM provides phase contrast imaging capabilities and straightforward phase retrieval to enable enhanced data analysis
- Semiconductor Failure Analysis
The zoomed-in on a single wire bond shown on the right demonstrates both the superior resolution and contrast of EclipseXRM for semiconductor samples
- Biological and Polymer Samples
Shown in the example below is a mouse sciatic nerve sample, demonstrating that the system’s ultrahigh resolution clearly details the axons and myelin sheaths
- In-situ Microstructural Evolution
Dendritic growth imaged on PrismaXRM (Sigray’s leading XRM prior to EclipseXRM’s release) on a Zn-ion battery.In-situ cells are manufactured by a variety of manufacturers and can provide heating, T&C, fluid flow, and electrical power
- Intact Batteries and Batteries in-operando
- Battery defects that can be imaged by Sigray’s x-ray microscope line