SEM microscope SU8600
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SEM microscope
SEM microscope
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SEM, field emission scanning
Observation technique
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ultra-high resolution

Max.: 2,000,000 unit

Min.: 20 unit


The SU8600 brings in a new era of ultrahigh-resolution cold-field emission scanning electron microscopes to the long-standing Hitachi EM lineup. This revolutionary CFE-SEM platform incorporates multifaceted imaging, automation, increased system stability, efficient workflows for users of all experience levels, and more. UltraHigh-Resolution Hitachi’s high-brightness cold field emission source provides ultrahigh-resolution images even at Ultra-low voltages. A Smart Detection System for Low Voltage BSE Imaging Cross section image of 3D NAND; Oxide layer and Nitride layer of capacitor are easily distinguishable in the image due to BSE detection capability. Fast BSE Imaging : New Out-Column Crystal Type BSED (OCD) By using new Out-Column Crystal Type BSED (OCD)*, image acquisition time was less than ONE SECOND, yet lower layer interconnect and Fin FET structure of SRAM are clearly visible. Enhanced User Experience with Advanced Automation The “EM Flow Creator“ software option allows users to configure repeatable SEM operation sequences. Various SEM functions can be assembled in the EM Flow Creator’s window by a drag-and-drop method and then saved as a recipe for later use. Once a recipe is configured, automated data collection under the set conditions can be performed with high accuracy and repeatability. Flexible Interface Dual monitor configuration supports a flexible and highly efficient workspace. Display and save 6 signals simultaneously in order to acquire more information in less time.


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