Linkam Optical DSC450
The DSC450 system has been optimized for those wishing to measure transition temperatures and enthalpy changes of their samples in combination with optical microscopy. Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC) is a technique used to measure the temperature and heat flow associated with thermal transitions in materials. The design of the DSC450 allows mounting of the stage on a microscope, enabling image and time lapse recording of sample transitions at high resolution.
The DSC450 enables the user to measure and image thermal phase transitions, such as melting points and glass transitions, of a wide range of substances whilst accurately controlling temperature from -150°C to 450°C. The atmosphere of the stage can also be purged with gas as required by the user.
The optical DSC enables the user to measure thermal and glass transitions of a wide range of substances while accurately controlling temperature from -50°C to 450°C. The atmosphere of the stage can also be purged with gas as required by the user.
Two systems are available:
- Optical DSC450 System which comprises a DSC450 stage, T96-S controller and LINK software.
- Optical DSC450 Pro Imaging System which includes a DSC450 stage, T96-S controller, LINK software, Imaging Station, high performance colour camera and an RLS20 reflected light source.
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