“Microscopy anywhere” is a hallmark of JEOL TEM functionality. JEOL offers Sirius Remote Software, utilizing a microprocessor to control all TEM functions: microscope lenses, Piezo-controlled motorized goniometer, specimen tilt and position, and magnification settings. The entire analytical capability of the TEM is available remotely and operated exactly as it would be if the operator were seated at the instrument.
All other analysis capabilities, including EELS spectroscopy, EFTEM imaging, simultaneous EDS and EELS mapping, EDS and EELS line scans and spectrum images, are controlled through the GATAN Microscopy Suite and Terminal Services™.
Remote operation facilitates time sharing for the most efficient use of the instrument both locally and by researchers at locations around the globe. The remote connection can also be used by JEOL service or applications engineers to test an instrument or to set up an experiment remotely.
TEM operation is via an instrument control knobset and laptop computer outfitted with a cellular communications card, or via a hardwired connection to the Internet. Wireless broadband capability makes it possible to operate the microscope from non-traditional settings outside of the lab environment.