905-890-0555

Discount Products: Look through products available for a 25% – 50% discount in 2020. The items provided on a first come, first serve basis.
View Discounted Products

Universities

SRC has supplied scientific instruments to almost every university in Canada. Our materials characterization and analytical instrumentation have been installed in departments ranging from chemistry, physics and biology, to civil engineering, materials engineering, computer and electrical engineering, chemical engineering and food science.

Showing 17–32 of 41 results


  • The INKREDIBLE Bioprinter has been optimized to print Skin and Cartilage tissue, however, the sky is the limit on what tissues you can print. The world is waiting to see what you will print next.

    • Dual Printheads
    • Clean Chamber Technology
    • UV-crosslinking system

     

    • New electrically conductive bioink
    • Great printability
    • Cell viability
    • Provides a milieu for mammalian cells that resembles their native environment
    • Presents new opportunities for organ model development including muscular contraction models and nerve repair studies.

     

    • Compact and robust atomic force microscope for stand alone and large stage operation
    • Easy and quick cantilever exchange and alignment reduces downtime
    • Automated batch measurements and scripting interface for system integration

     

    • Cypher VRS sets a new speed benchmark with superb imaging resolution
    • Cypher VRS lets you concentrate on your research instead of your AFM
    • Unprecedented speed, resolution, versatility, and ease of use
    • The First and Only Full-Featured Video-Rate AFM
    • Cypher VRS is not a “one-trick pony,” it’s a workhorse for the whole lab

     

    • Mounts on virtually every upright optical microscope or 3D optical profilometer
    • Integrated motor for automated cantilever approach and engage
    • Standard and extended AFM modes available through a modular controller

     

    • Minimum substrate size: 3 mm x 3 mm
    • Maximum exposure area: 6” x 6” (optional 8”x 8”)
    • Minimum structure size down to 0.6 μm
    • Maximum write speed: 1400 mm2/min at 1 μm feature size
    • Real-time autofocus
    • Overview camera for fast alignment and inspection
    • Front- and backside alignment
    • Temperature-controlled environmental chamber
    • Exposure wavelengths: 405 nm and / or 375 nm
    • Draw Mode for CAD-less exposure
    • Standard Grayscale Exposure Mode
    • High-Aspect Ratio Mode
    • Easy-to-use operating software

     

    • Atomic resolution in minutes
    • Extremely simple handling and reliable operation
    • Controller and scan head integrated into a single device: just connect USB and power
    • Starting at less than $10,000 USD

     

    • Compact and robust atomic force microscope for stand alone and large stage operation
    • Easy and quick cantilever exchange and alignment reduces downtime
    • Automated batch measurements and scripting interface for system integration

     

    • Cylindrical mirror analyzer (CMA)
    • Coaxial 25 kV field emission electron gun
    • Scintillation secondary electron detector
    • High energy resolution module
    • 5 axis automated sample stage
    • 5 kV floating column Ar+ ion gun
    • SmartSoft-Auger instrument control software
    • MultiPak data reduction software
    • Acoustic Enclosure
    • Ion pumped main chamber

     

    • TRIFT mass analyzer
    • 30 kV LMIG with Bi, Au, or Ga emitter
    • Dual beam charge neutralization
    • 5 axis sample stage
    • In-situ optical viewing
    • Secondary electron detector
    • WinCadence instrument control and data reduction software package
    • Analysis chamber with four primary ion gun ports
    • 350 l/s turbo molecular pump
    • Integrated bakeout facilities
    • MS/MS ready spectromoter

     

    • Scanned, micro-focused, monochromatic x-ray beam
    • X-ray beam induced secondary electron imaging
    • Dual beam charge neutralization
    • 128 channel mode detection
    • Large area XPS
    • Micro-area XPS
    • Chemical state imaging
    • Thin film analysis
    • Floating column argon ion gun
    • Compucentric Zalar rotation
    • Angle dependent XPS
    • Five axis automated sample manipulator
    • 75 X 75 mm sample holders
    • Two in-situ sample parking stations
    • Robotic sample handling

     

    • The X-tool is designed to make XPS instrumentation accessible to a larger audience
    • An intuitive touch screen user interface
    • Automatic sample loading
    • Automatic analysis
    • Automatic report generation capability is available.

     

  • Gain entrance to the Raman world today – Stay flexible for emerging challenges tomorrow

    • High-quality, rock solid microscope base for highest stability and long-term drift elimination
    • Research-grade optical microscope body with LED Köhler white-light illumination and video camera sample view
    • Manual stage for highly accurate single-point spectrum acquisitions
    • Motorized microscopy stage (optional) to allow for high-resolution confocal Raman mapping and large area investigations
    • Multiple laser excitation sources adaptable (single or multi-laser coupling units) for a maximum of experimental flexibility
    • Compatibility with the WITec software for measurement settings and data evaluation
    • Spectroscopy system UHTS 300 broadband for VIS to NIR (laser configurations between 532 nm and 830 nm), other spectrometers optional
    • Fluorescence microscopy and polarization dependent measurements easily accessible

  • Lithography systems can accommodate substrates of arbitrary shapes with lateral dimensions of up to 1400 x 1400 mm2

  • Deep UV lithography systems with a 244 nm laser source, which can expose these resists and write isolated structures down to 200 nm and lines and spaces with a period of 500 nm. Other DUV light sources are available on demand.

     

    • Applications for implementation of electronic systems
    • Non-planar surfaces
    • Imaging sensors
    • Artificial vision
    • Integrated micro-optics

Showing 17–32 of 41 results

Contact Spectra Research

Address

3585 Laird Rd., Unit 15 & 16,
L5L 5Z8 Mississauga
Ontario
Canada

Phone :  905-890-0555

Toll Free : 1-866-753-4433
Fax :  905-890-1959

About Spectra Research

Spectra Research Corporation (SRC) offers a range of innovative high-quality scientific products and laboratory services to industrial and scientific markets throughout Canada.

Established in 1993, SRC is a subsidiary of Allan Crawford Associates (ACA), one of Canada’s largest distributors of electronic components, test equipment and integrated networking solutions.

Spectra Research Location

Top