Shimadzu Corporation

EDX-7000/8000 Energy Dispersive X-Ray Florescence Spectrometer for RoHS Analysis

Incorporating a new high-performance semiconductor detector, high end EDX-7000/8000 spectrometers offer excellent sensitivity, resolution, and throughput for an array of applications, from general screening analysis to advanced materials research.

The EDX-7000 provides a measurement range of 11Na to 92U, while the EDX-8000 has a range of 6C to 92U. Both systems are equipped with five primary filters that enable highly sensitive analysis of trace elements and a sample observation camera for precise sample positioning. A large sample chamber accommodates virtually any sample type small or large, including thin films, powders, slurries, emulsions and liquids.

When combined with optimized optics and five primary filters, the EDX-7000/8000 spectrometers achieve unprecedented levels of sensitivity and energy resolution The EDX-7000/8000 systems’ new state-of-the-art Silicon drift detector (SDD) offers a high speed and high sensitivity. In addition, since it is electronically cooled, the SDD does not require liquid nitrogen.. Optional equipment includes a vacuum measurement unit and helium purge unit for highly sensitive measurement of light elements and a 12-sample turret for automated continuous measurements.

  • Large Sample Chamber with Small Footprint
  • High Sensitivity, Lower Limit of Detection Improved 1.5 to 5 Times
  • High Speed, (Automatic Measurement Time Reduction)
  • High Resolution
  • No Liquid Nitrogen Required
  • Ultra-Light Element Analysis by EDX-8000 (C-U)
  • Sample Observation Camera and Collimators
  • Vacuum Measurement Unit and Helium Purge Unit (Option)
  • 12-Sample Turret (Option)

  • Determination of Elements in Quartzite Specimens with EDX

    In this study, Energy Distribution X-Ray Fluorescence Spectrometer (EDX) system with Quartzite Specimen Determination of the application is given.

    Instrument: Shimadzu EDX-720 Energy Distributed X-Ray Fluorescence Spectrometer

  • CD and Pb Analysis under the RoHS Directive with EDX

    In this study, ED-XRF and WEEE & RoHS (Electrical and Electronic Equipment) and ELV directives are analyzed.

    Instrument: Shimadzu EDX-7000 Energy Dispersive X-Ray Fluorescence Spectrometer (EDX)

  • Determination of Heavy Elements in Textile Samples by EDX

    In this study, the application of heavy element determination in textile samples with X-Ray Fluorescence Spectrometer (EDX) system is given.

    Instrument: Shimadzu EDX-7000 Energy Dispersive X-Ray Fluorescence Spectrometer (EDX)

  • New Energy - Shimadzu Journal Cilt 4, Sayı 1

    New Energy

    • Insights from our customer Professor Osamu Ishitani of the Graduate School of Science and Engeneering, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
    • Cutting-Edge Development of Artificial Photosynthesis That Drives Reduction of Carbon Dioxide
    • Analysis of Hydrocarbons Using PCI-GC-MS
    • And many more ...

  • Pharmaceuticals and Human Science - Shimadzu Journal Cilt 2, Sayı 1

    Pharmaceuticals and Human Science: This issue focuses on Pharmaceuticals and Human Science, and contains such articles as follows:

    • An interview with Professor van Breemen, who is studying medicinal properties of natural products at the University of Illinois, College of Pharmacy, in Chicago, using advanced mass spectrometry

    • Professor van Breemen's latest work of the effect of human exposure to bisphenol A in the environment

    • Two interviews with Japanese pharmaceutical companies about Shimadzu's new technologies i-PDeA and i-DReC and technical reports of each technology

    • In addition, it contains information on other applicable topics, as well as the latest news and applications.

  • Analysis of Tin (Sn) in Plastic (PE) Samples using EDX

    Various methods such as ICP and X-ray spectrometry are widely used in the analysis of tin (Sn) element which is used in many industries such as electric-electronic, plastic, packaging, glass, textile. The purpose of this study is to analyse Tin element in plastic (PE) samples at the determined LOD value using EDX spectrometry, which is a non-destructive method requiring no sample preparation.

    Instrument: Shimadzu EDX-7000 Energy Dispersive X-Ray Fluorescence Spectrometer (EDX)

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