News » NanoAndMore USA, Inc. has become the East Coast representative for the Digital Holographic Microscope from Lyncee Tec.

Lady's Island, South Carolina, August 30, 2006

NanoAndMore USA, Inc., headquartered on Lady's Island, SC, has become the East Coast representative for the Digital Holographic Microscope (DHM) from Lyncée Tec, Lausanne, Switzerland.

NanoAndMore USA, Inc., headquartered on Lady's Island, SC, has become the East Coast representative for the Digital Holographic Microscope (DHM) from Lyncée Tec, Lausanne, Switzerland. This instrument is unique in that it captures 3-D optical images in real time at 15 fps. This quick capture eliminates the need for expensive and bulky isolation equipment and allows the instrument to work on a noisy manufacturing floor without concern for vibration as well as a quiet research laboratory.

Major advantages between the DHM and interferometric approaches are the superior vertical measuring range (up to the depth of field) and the ability to map vertical walls.

There are two models, one for reflective mode (DHM R1000) and one for transmission mode (DHM T1000) with lateral resolution down to 300nm and vertical temporal resolution of 0.2nm in air. The field of view is objective limited with a maximum of 4.40mm on a sample size up to 200mm x 123mm. Both models come with Koala software that includes extensive 2-D and 3-D analysis of the captured images. The flexibility of this approach and simplicity of operation allows the instruments to work as well for life science as they do for materials science.

NanoAndMore is currently a major supplier of atomic force microscope (AFM) probes from NANOSENSORS™, NanoWorld™ and BudgetSensors™ and is constantly adding new products to its one-stop shop. Other products include Image Metrology’s SPIP software and Minus-K mechanical isolation platforms. Our goal is to become your nanotech facilitator.