XtaLAB PRO MM007-HF

The XtaLAB PRO MM007 is designed around the popular HPC (hybrid photon counting)detector technology. This system may be configured with either the single or dual wavelength rotating anode X-ray sources making it suitable for a wide range of sample types, from inorganic structures to organic compounds and MOFs.

The near perfect detector, based around the latest HPC advances, greatly expands the capabilities of the systems in terms of speed of data acquisition and more accurate measurement of weak data. The standard detector in the XtaLAB PRO series is the PILATUS3 R 200K, which is well proven in the field and based on the same technology adopted by synchrotron beamlines around the world. The outstanding characteristics of these detectors ensure that every XtaLAB PRO diffractometer will produce the best data possible for the X-ray source selected.

Features

  • True shutterless data collection
  • Extremely low noise detector allows better measurement of weak data
  • Top-hat point spread function of one pixel
  • High performance, low maintenance rotating anode
  • Ergonomic enclosure design
  • kappa goniometer; optional partial chi goniometer
  • Optional cryo-devices including Oxford Cryo 800 and Cobra
The PILATUS3 R 200K is a hybrid photon counting (HPC) detector designed to achieve the best possible data quality for diffraction experiments. HPC detectors are direct-detection, single-photon counting devices that have essentially no noise and high sensitivity. Moreover, the high dynamic range excellent DQE characteristics for the PILATUS3 R 200K means that they it is well suited for accurately measuring weak reflections alongside very strong reflections - overload corrections and separate scans for weak and strong data are not necessary. The readout time for the PILATUS3 R 200K is 7 msec readout speed, making it capable of true shutterless data collection, thus removing errors associated with shutter open/close and goniometer start/stop events. HPC detectors have revolutionized the way data are collected at synchrotrons and the PILATUS3 R detectors bring those same capabilities to collect the best possible data at home.
Detector PILATUS3 R 200K
Active area 83.8 mm x 70.0 mm
SensorReverse-biased silicon diode array
Dynamic quantum efficiency (Cu-Kα; Mo-Kα)> 98%; > 76%
Dynamic range20-bits
Counting rate per pixel2 x 10⁶ X-ray photons/sec
Readout speed7 msec
Maximum frame rate20 Hz
Point-spread function1 pixel
CoolingAir-cooled
Humidity controlNitrogen or dry air flow
Pixel size172 μm x 172 μm
The PILATUS3 R 300K is a hybrid photon counting (HPC) detector that is desirable by labs who desire the benefits offered by PILATUS detectors combined with 4-circle goniometers, but prefer a larger active area. HPC detectors are direct-detection, single-photon counting devices that have essentially no noise and high sensitivity. Moreover, the high dynamic range excellent DQE characteristics for the PILATUS3 R 300K means that they it is well suited for accurately measuring weak reflections alongside very strong reflections - overload corrections and separate scans for weak and strong data are not necessary. The readout time for the PILATUS3 R 300K is 7 msec readout speed, making it capable of true shutterless data collection, thus removing errors associated with shutter open/close and goniometer start/stop events. HPC detectors have revolutionized the way data are collected at synchrotrons and the PILATUS3 R detectors bring those same capabilities to collect the best possible data at home.
Detector PILATUS3 R 300K
Active area 83.8 mm x 106.5 mm
SensorReverse-biased silicon diode array
Dynamic quantum efficiency (Cu-Kα; Mo-Kα)> 98%; > 76%
Dynamic range20-bits
Counting rate per pixel1 x 10⁷ X-ray photons/sec
Readout speed7 msec
Maximum frame rate20 Hz
Point-spread function1 pixel
CoolingAir-cooled
Humidity controlNitrogen or dry air flow
Pixel size172 μm x 172 μm
The PILATUS3 R 1M is a hybrid photon counting (HPC) detector that provides the best balance between large active area and affordability. HPC detectors are direct-detection, single-photon counting devices that have essentially no noise and high sensitivity. Moreover, the high dynamic range excellent DQE characteristics for the PILATUS3 R 1M means that they it is well suited for accurately measuring weak reflections alongside very strong reflections - overload corrections and separate scans for weak and strong data are not necessary. The readout time for the PILATUS3 R 1M is 7 msec readout speed, making it capable of true shutterless data collection, thus removing errors associated with shutter open/close and goniometer start/stop events. HPC detectors have revolutionized the way data are collected at synchrotrons and the PILATUS3 R detectors bring those same capabilities to collect the best possible data at home.
Detector PILATUS3 R 1M
Active area 168.7 mm x 179.4 mm
SensorReverse-biased silicon diode array
Dynamic quantum efficiency (Cu-Kα; Mo-Kα)> 98%; > 76%
Dynamic range20-bits
Counting rate per pixel1 x 10⁷ X-ray photons/sec
Readout speed7 msec
Maximum frame rate10 Hz
Point-spread function1 pixel
CoolingClosed circuit water cooling
Humidity controlNitrogen or dry air flow
Pixel size172 μm x 172 μm
The 800 Series Cryostream is the most robust, efficient and user-friendly liquid nitrogen based low temperature system available today. Specific features include a superior laminar flow system, meaning virtually zero risk of icing, extremely quiet running and a fast-start system resulting in a cool-down time to 100K of just 20 minutes.
The Oxford Cobra is the non-liquid nitrogen Cryostream. Combining the efficiency of a Cryostream with the advantages of a non-liquid system, the Cobra offers the ultimate solution for both macromolecular and small molecule crystallography.
The VariMax VHF optic (for rotating anode sources) is optimized for small crystals, where a higher flux is achieved by increasing the divergence angle.