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Pegasus (EDS-EBSD) Analysis System

The Pegasus Analysis System enables the simultaneous collection of Energy Dispersive Spectroscopy (EDS) (chemistry) and Electron Backscatter Diffraction (EBSD) (crystallography) data, allowing direct correlation between the elemental content and microstructural aspects of the material being studied.

TEAM™ Pegasus

 

  • EDS
  • EBSD
  • Seamless EDS and EBSD characterization
  • Smart and easy to use
Startup
  • Smart Camera
    • Automatic optimization of EBSD camera settings
  • Smart Background
    • Intelligent background collection and processing
Analysis
  • Smart EXpert ID
    • Automation of peak ID using analytical intelligence combined with real world analysis techniques
  • Smart Indexing
    • Accurate EBSD solutions through unique triplet indexing and confidence index values
Reporting
  • Smart Data Management
    • Intuitive and flexible data management keeps work sessions organized

Click here to schedule a live demo of the Pegasus Analysis System.

Detectors and Cameras

The Pegasus Analysis System incorporates either the Octane Elect or the Octane Elite EDS Silicon Drift Detectors (SDDs) designed to meet key application needs. Industry leading electronics provide outstanding efficiency and resolution across the full range of count rates.

For EBSD, the available choices are the Clarity™, Velocity™ and DigiView EBSD cameras. The Clarity uses next-generation imaging technology for the direct detection of EBSD patterns to provide unparalleled sensitivity and pattern quality for EBSD pattern collection and mapping. The Velocity, powered by a CMOS sensor, offers high-speed EBSD mapping with the highest indexing performance on real world materials. The DigiView is ideal for high-resolution analysis.

The Pegasus Analysis System is the answer to your most difficult material characterization problems. By providing both crystallographic and elemental results quickly and easily, Pegasus enables you to focus your efforts on understanding your materials, rather than on collecting data.

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