ZEISS Xradia Context microCT offers full context, large field of view, and high throughput imaging
In recent years ZEISS redefined the way to perform 3D X-ray tomography measurements in the laboratory with the breakthrough ZEISS Xradia Versa and Xradia Ultra product families. By incorporating synchrotron-inspired optics and acquisition methodologies, these X-ray microscopes (XRM) surpassed many of the traditional barriers limiting lab-based computed tomography, offering performance comparable to beamline instruments.
ZEISS has now expanded its portfolio of lab X-ray imaging instruments with a new micro-computed tomography (microCT) system: ZEISS Xradia Context microCT will expand the offering with full context, large field of view, and high throughput imaging, while ZEISS Xradia Versa and Xradia Ultra X-ray microscopes will continue to address challenging 3D imaging problems, particularly when high-resolution needs are paramount. ZEISS Xradia Context microCT will enable users to image objects both large and small, addressing the broad range of computed tomography applications with a foundation built on the high performance and high data quality for which ZEISS Xradia has become known.
With a robust stage and flexible software controlled source/detector positioning, you can image large, heavy (25 kg), and tall samples in their full 3D context, or maximize geometric magnification with small samples for sub-micron resolution. A high pixel density detector (six megapixels) enables you to resolve fine detail even within relatively large imaging volumes (up to 140 x 165 mm field of view with stitching). Users benefit from:
Rapid sample mounting and alignment and a streamlined acquisition workflow thanks to the user-friendly Scout-and-Scan control system
Fast exposure and data reconstruction times, including automated reconstruction
An optional autoloader for automated handling and sequential scanning of up to 14 samples
In situ options to perform 4D experiments
Proven usability and image quality – based on same platform as well-regarded ZEISS Xradia Versa series, including a selection of high purity X-ray filters and advanced acquisition control algorithms for optimized stability