Refurbished PHI 5400 XPS System - PSD with Optional Monocrhomator

Completely reconditioned | Meets or exceeds original specifications | Includes a one-year warranty.

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Affordable X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy

This Physical Electronics 5400 system is a perfect chemical surface analysis instrument for a university or start-up. X-ray Photo-Electron Spectroscopy (XPS) is a widely used surface analysis technique based on the photoelectric effect. The average depth of analysis is approximately 5 nm.

All RBD refurbished XPS systems are completely reconditioned, meet or exceed original specifications, and include a one-year warranty. Installation is included for customers in the U.S. and is optional for international customers. Our acquisition and data manipulation software is Windows 10 compatible. Ongoing parts and service support ensures that your investment will continue to provide you with valuable surface related information on your samples for many years to come.

5400 Specifications
5400 Complete Specifications
5400 Ag Specifications
5400 XPS System

 

 

5400 System Includes:

  • Monochromatic Al X-ray source (with neutralizer) FWHM < .6 eV on clean Ag
  • 150mm hemispherical analyzer with PSD detector
  • Vacuum chamber with 120 l/s ion pump and turbo pump, base vacuum 5 X 10 e-10 Torr
  • Load lock / sample manipulator can accept samples of up to 1" in diameter
  • Variable analysis areas from 200 µM to 4 x 10 mm
  • Sputter ion gun for sample cleaning and depth profiles
  • Standard dual anode 15kV Al / Mg X-ray source

 

Environmental requirements:

  • Magnetic fields: less than 0.3 µT (3 mG) peak-to-peak, alternating field, less than 1G static field
  • Relative humidity: less than 70%
  • Temperature: 20° C +2 / -5° C
  • Heat dissipation: 3,000 W under typical operating conditions, 10,000 W additional during system bakeout

 

Utility requirements:

  • 200-240 VAC, 1 phase, 50-60 Hz, 50 A (to be hardwired to separate 60 A branch circuit by customer)
  • Dry nitrogen: 0.279 kg/cm2 (4 psi) max
  • Compressed air: 5.6 to 7.0 kg/cm2 at 0.17 m3/hr (80 to 100 psi at 0.1 CFM), pressure-regulated