New Particle Analyzer CAMSIZER X2

With the CAMSIZER X2 (Fig.) RETSCH TECHNOLOGY presents the next generation of the well-proven dynamic image analysis system CAMSIZER XT. The new product generation operates with two cameras with different resolutions, operating simultaneously and permitting measurements in an extended dynamic size range from 0.8 µm to 8 mm.  This principle has been realized in the CAMSIZER X2 with a new optical concept: two light sources with different wave lengths and an innovative light path allow for images with increased depth of focus and for an image resolution improved by factor 2. Thanks to the latest camera technology with a three times higher pixel resolution and higher frame rate than the previous model, the number of detected particles increases dramatically. A new software module of the CAMSIZER X2 – the Particle X-Plorer – allows for optional storage of particle images with corresponding size and shape parameters in a database.

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