Technology | September 01, 2008

MAX 4000 Electrometer Features Increased Range

Standard Imaging’s MAX 4000 Electrometer now features an increased range, 0.001 pA to 500 nA, with a resolution of 1 fA. Bias options also grow with new support for 1/3 ratio measurements, featuring a selection of ± 150, 300, and 450 V.

Rounding out the update is a new backlit display for enhanced visibility and with advanced rate and charge collection options built-in to the included MAX COMM Software, the MAX 4000 is aimed for external beam, brachytherapy, and research applications.

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