Acoustic Enclosure 350
The AE350 is the standard acoustic enclosure for Nanosurf systems. It is designed for optimum acoustic isolation for the FlexAxiom and CoreAFM systems, as well as the compact NaioAFM and NaioSTM. The enclosure features a large opening that allows you to set up your instrument undisturbed by the door, as well as an easy to handle cable feed-through at the back.
Acoustic Enclosure 550
The AE550 is the acoustic enclosure for Nanosurf systems using the DriveAFM scan head. It was engineered to be the perfect environment for Drive systems, but it also provides industry-leading damping for our other instruments including small custom systems. The enclosure features a large opening that allows you to set up your instrument undisturbed by the door, as well as easy to handle cable feed-throughs on each side of the enclosure.
Acoustic Enclosure 1100
The Acoustic Enclosure 1100 is designed for systems that are mounted on inverted optical microscopes, like the DriveAFM, FlexAFM or the PicoBalance systems. It features access from three sides via full-sized windows. The enclosure itself is mounted on a very sturdy table.
Active vibration isolation: Isostage 300
The Isostage 300 is an active vibration isolation table that protects all your measurements against disturbances caused by building floor vibrations.
The Isostage 300 is compatible with the FlexAFM, integrated in the CoreAFM and adapters are available for the NaioAFM and NaioSTM. It is equipped with bolt holes to directly mount Nanosurf stages, fixing them in position. A hole in the center of the Isostage, directly under the tip of the AFM, allows for tall samples, a variety of samples holders and a much more open access from the bottom.
The control unit comes with unique feature: the Spike-Guard. It eliminates glitches during AFM imaging when coupled with a Nanosurf C3000 controller. Although any vibration isolation system will compensate for regular environmental vibrations, glitches can still occur when disturbances become too severe (e.g. when a door is slammed nearby). Up to now such glitches occuring just before finalizing your AFM image meant meant you had to restart the measurement from the beginning. The Spike-Guard detects such anomalies and directs the AFM software and controller to rescan the line for a disturbance-free image.
|Active bandwidth||1.0–200 Hz (passive isolation above 200 Hz)|
|Max. correction force||± 8 N vertical / ± 4 N horizontal|
|Max. compensation level||55 µm/s at 2 Hz and 8 kg / 350 µm/s at 6 Hz and 8 kg|
|Load capacity||2–12 kg / 10–20 kg|
|Settling time||300 ms|
|Stroke of actuators||1 mm|
|Weight (table/controller)||9 kg / 2.5 kg|
|Dimensions (table/controller)||300×300×85 mm / 204×204×90 mm|
|Operating temperature / Relative humidity||16–40°C / 0–60%|
|Electrical Voltage / Power consumption||100–250 VAC (@ 47–63 Hz) / 50 VA (typical)|