Handheld XRF Analyzer for Analysis and Screening

Oxford Instruments has launched a faster, lighter and smaller handheld XRF analyzer – the X-MET7000.

Oxford Instruments has launched a faster, lighter and smaller handheld XRF analyzer – the X-MET7000. With one pull of the trigger, the analyzer delivers fast results for materials analysis, verification and screening, the company says. It is designed for professionals requiring the ultimate in analytical accuracy across a number of industrial markets, including PMI, metals and alloys, scrap sorting and precious metals analysis. The analyzer is offered with a choice of calibration packages tailored for a range of materials screening applications.

The design is based on extensive customer research and offers an improved, intuitive and easy-to-read graphical user interface, the company says. The bright and high contrast 4.3” Blanview transmissive LCD touchscreen is designed for optimal outdoor viewing, even in direct sunlight. The result screen can be user-customized for individual needs to show only the elements of interest or to create informative pass/fail messages. The history view allows browsing of old results and spectra.

The user interface is available in 13 languages: English, Traditional and Simplified Chinese,
Japanese, Korean, Russian, Spanish, Finnish, Portuguese, Polish, German, Italian and French.
The analyzer comes with an all-day battery.

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