Nicolet™ iN™10 Infrared Microscope

Streamline your infrared microanalysis workflow with the Thermo Scientific™ Nicolet™ iN™10 Infrared Microscope. Designed with the simplicity of an FT-IR spectrometer and the ability to measure samples down to a few microns, it is a modern, productive and cost-effective infrared microanalysis solution. The Nicolet iN10 IR Microscope provides answers with the high degree of confidence required by today’s analytical laboratories.

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Microspectroscopy; Material Identification; Packaging and Laminates; Coatings; API mixtures distribution mapping; Contaminant Identification; Failure Analysis

Full specifications
Detector Type Standard: DTGS; Optional: MCT-A
Height (Metric) 533 mm
Voltage 100-240VAC 47-63Hz 3.2A
Width (Metric) 622 mm
Model Nicolet iN10 Infrared Microscope
Applications Microspectroscopy; Material Identification; Packaging and Laminates; Coatings; API mixtures distribution mapping; Contaminant Identification; Failure Analysis
Depth (Metric) 653 mm
Certifications/Compliance CE; ETL; Manufactured in an ISO 9001:2000 certified facility
Includes Sampling Tool Kit
Item Description Nicolet iN10 Infrared Microscope
Warranty 1 year full warranty, complete system

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    Product Description

    With its intuitive and innovative optical design, combined with its novel approach to instrument operation, the Nicolet iN10 Infrared Microscope allows users of all skill levels to easily and confidently perform their microanalysis functions.

    The Nicolet iN10 Infrared Microscope Features:

    • Thermo Scientific™ OMNIC™ Specta Software provides spectral identification of pure compounds and mixtures
    • Integrated design eliminates need for external spectrometer
    • Compact footprint saves laboratory space and budget
    • Room temperature detector eliminates need for liquid nitrogen for samples down to 50-microns
    • Computer-controlled automation allows access to all system settings from the computer
    • Programmable sample coordinates reduce time required for repetitive tasks
    • Dual monitor operation offers maximum viewing
    • Fully automated system performance verification provides maximum confidence

    Configurable Options

    • Direct contact sampling with MicroTip ATR
    • Sensitivity enhancement with LN-cooled MCT detector
    • Manual or motorized stage
    • Enhanced visual inspection with motorized visible polarizer
    • Expand with Thermo Scientific™ Nicolet™ iZ™10 FT-IR Module to work with standard sample-compartment accessories and full spectrometer capabilities

    Ordering Alerts: This infrared microscope is sold as a configured system designed to meet your specific application needs. For more information, contact your Thermo Scientific Sales Representative.

    Recommended for:

    • Microspectroscopy
    • Material identification
    • Packaging and laminate
    • Coating
    • API mixture distribution mapping
    • Contaminant identification
    • Failure analysis


    Nicolet iN10 FT-IR Microscope

    Watch a video to get a better picture of what the Thermo Scientific™ Nicolet™ iN™10 FT-IR microscope systems can do to provide in depth information on your sample.

    Video duration: 3.41 minutes

    Nicolet iN10 Infrared Microscope

    Latest News – November 2014

    Enhancements to provide sharp visual imagery

    Scientists and investigators in research, analytical and forensic laboratories can now acquire sharper visual images while gaining rapid, in-depth information on samples through enhancements to the Thermo Scientific™ Nicolet™ iN™10 FT-IR microscope.

    The enhanced visual performance and upgrades to the Thermo Scientific™ OMNIC™ Picta™ software enable users to quickly locate and identify targeted materials. Clean mosaics of larger areas and the long-standing rapid scan capabilities of the Nicolet iN10 microscope provide the tools needed to hunt down defects, measure sample homogeneity or identify components over a region.

    Difficult samples, such as black rubber materials, can now be clearly visualized and analyzed. Forensics users will benefit from clearer images of counterfeit bills or ink on paper evidence, while tablet makers will see improved images even from rough-surfaced tablets.

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