Carl Zeiss’ LIBRA series of Transmission Electron Microscopes (TEM) is now integrated with an advanced ZEISS Electron Microscopy Applications Software based on ZEMAS framework technology. The ZEMAS technology combines analysis, viewing and data acquisition functions into the LIBRA series of transmission electron microscopes.
The ZEMAS technology allows researchers to carry out both routine and sophisticated TEM / STEM experiments easily. The framework technology allows quick execution of next-generation applications and techniques, which result from Carl Zeiss NTS and TEM developers’ collaboration.
Professor Joachim Mayer from RWTH Aachen University has been using the ZEMAS framework technology. According to Mayer, the ZEMAS technology offers an intuitive user interface that helps operators in various jobs, ranging from development of novel methods for transmission electron microscopes to fast routine applications.
The ZEMAS integrates LIBRA 200’s sophisticated electron-optical design and hardware configuration. Such configuration allows researchers to obtain high-quality data and design and execute difficult experiments.
Carl Zeiss’ Product Line Manager for TEM, Alexander Lazar stated that over the past 10 years, R&D in transmission electron microscopes has been focused on instrumentation and hardware innovations such as cryo-protection, sample holders, detectors, energy filters, monochromators and aberration correctors. The company’s LIBRA 200 TEM is the result of such development efforts. Lazar added that the ZEMAS framework technology was developed by quick execution of sophisticated TEM / STEM techniques.