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Niton XL3t Goldd+

Niton XL3t GOLDD+

XL3t GOLDD+ handheld XRF analyser combines effective electronics with ergonomic design and easy to use software.
It provides reliable, real time data for sample identification and positive material identification for even difficult to analyse light elements.
This analyser is developed to increase profitability and output, as it offers reduced measurement times, increased precision and low detection limits.

Model: Niton XL3t 981 GOLDD+
Dimensions: 244 x 230 x 95.5 mm 
Weight: 1.3 kg + 0.25 kg with battery
Weight with carrying case: 8 kg
Radiation source: Micro X-Ray tube with silver (Ag) anode 50 kV/200µA maximum, 2W
Detector: SDD detector with GOLDD technology (Geometrically Optimized Large Area Drift Detector) and Peltier cooler
Data transfer: USB, Bluetooth (to support print functionality)
Interface languages: English, Russian, French, Spanish, Portuguese, German, Italian and others
Country of origin: USA

Ac (“Auto-catalysts”) – analysis of precious metals in ceramic automotive catalysts
G (“All alloys”) – analysis of base metals and alloys
P (“Precious metals”) – analysis of precious metals alloys
M (“Mining”) – analysis of geological samples containing >1%
D (“Soils”) – analysis of geological samples containing <2%
B (“Electronic Metals”) – analysis of alloys used in electronics and electric equipment
H (“Plastics”) – analysis of plastics
Ap (“Consumer Pb-Paint”) – analysis of lead content in paint surface layer
C (“Coatings”) – analysis of single and binary layers on metal substrates
Niton XL3t Goldd+
Shielded belt holster
Spare battery pack
110/220 VAC battery charger/ AC adaptor
An internal CCD camera to allow sample focusing and ability to store images
CD with user manual in English
NDT© (NITON data transfer) PC software with possibility process data in Microsoft Excel programme and print report/certificate on your company blank
Integrated GPS
Waterproof carrying case
Certified reference materials provided:
With AutoCatalyst (Ac) mode  - BAM EB504A
With General Alloys (G) mode  - 1/2 Mo 1 ¼ Cr and Al 6061
Licensing/Registration: Licensing varies by region and might be required for the use of the Instrument. The user is responsible for the compliance with the local radiation safety requirements
Export restrictions: Instrument is under applicable U.S. regulations.
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