Cs corrector "ASCOR" (Advanced STEM Corrector)
The ASCOR, Cs corrector, optimized in conjunction with the NEOARM, suppresses the six-fold astigmatism that limits resolution after Cs correction. The combination of ASCOR with a Cold-FEG allows for higher resolutions to be achieved, 0.071nm in HAADF-STEM, with unprecedented game changing resolution at lower voltages.
Automated aberration correction software JEOL COSMO™ (Corrector System Module)
JEOL’s COSMO™ software module utilizes a new aberration correction algorithm, developed by JOEL, for the NEOARM, SRAM: Segmented Ronchigram Auto-correlation function Matrix. Using a clean amorphous area, on your sample, will allow for rapid aberration correction/corrector alignment, with high-precision correction of higher order aberrations up to 5th order. This and other unique features ensure that imaging and analytical data output is always probe optimized ensuring the best atomic-resolution imaging and analysis results with minimal effort.
New ABF (Annular Bright Field) detector system
The ABF detector is widely used as a technique suitable for high-resolution imaging of light elements at high contrast. The NEOARM supports enhanced contrast of light elements using a newly-designed ABF imaging technique, e-ABF: enhanced ABF. This capability facilitates atomic-level structure observation of materials containing light elements with high contrast.
Perfect sight detector
The perfect sight detector, integrated into NEOARM, uses hybrid scintillators. This detector enables acquisition of high-contrast and quantitative STEM images over the complete range of accelerating voltages.
Viewing Camera system
The Viewing Camera system, intended to be used for remote operation/alignment, is an image observation system utilizing dual cameras. One looking at the viewing screen and the other obtaining images from a focusing screen, this system facilitates remote operation of the NEOARM.