XtaLAB Synergy-R by Rigaku Corporation

Manufacturer Rigaku Corporation  |  Available Worldwide
Single crystal diffraction system with microfocus rotating anode generator  


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XtaLAB Synergy-R
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The XtaLAB Synergy-R is the most powerful microfocus single crystal X-ray diffractometer available, combining components to allow you to collect high quality diffraction data. Moreover, the XtaLAB Synergy-R offers a number of design features that extend the experimental flexibility to address the most challenging samples. 

The XtaLAB Synergy-R system is a tightly integrated single crystal X-ray diffractometer with four basic areas of technology: a high-flux, low-maintenance PhotonJet-R X-ray source with continuously variable divergence slit, a high-precision kappa goniometer and Rigaku’s Hybrid Photon Counting (HPC) X-ray detector, the HyPix-6000HE with extremely low noise and high dynamic range, and the CrysAlisPro diffraction software package with sophisticated algorithms to tie the hardware together to minimize the time it takes to measure and solve single crystal X-ray structures.

Features 

  • High source flux and increased goniometer speed to allow faster experiments
  • Unique telescopic two-theta arm to reach both longer and shorter crystal-to-detector distances
  • Enhanced kappa goniometer design with symmetrical 2θ positioning
  • Improved X-ray optic alignment mechanism for easy maintenance
  • User-inspired cabinet design for improved workflow
  • New electronically controlled brightness of cabinet and crystal lighting

Benefits:

  • Fast workflow due to complete integration of software and hardware
  • Extremely high performance due to bright source, noise-free detector and fast goniometer speeds
  • Continuously variable divergence lets you resolve reflections from long unit cells.
  • Compact design to fit in your laboratory