The JEM-1400Flash (Jeol, Nieuwegein, Tokio) is a widely applicable transmission electron microscope, that can produce high quality images, while it is still relatively easily to operate. Applications comprise a wide range of fields, such as biology and materials studies, including nanotechnology and polymer research. The microscope can be employed for mapping overviews as well as for detecting fine structures (of up to a 0.4 nm resolution) at high magnification. The electron source is a Lab6 crystal. The JEM-1400Flash is routinely operated at 120 KV and it is equipped with a an optical microscope image linkage function. A powerful feature is the high-sensitivity Matataki Flash sCMOS camera, that allows a high frame-rate acquisition of extremely sharp images with a very low readout noise. In addition to the conventional electromagnetic image shift, the JEM-1400Flash comes with a montage system capable of utilizing stage drive for the field shift. This new system allows the simple capture of a montage panorama image over a limitless wide area at high resolution.
User manual (pdf, 1.2 MB)JEM 1400
Jenie (help menu on JEM 1400 PC)
LimitLessPanorama: see pdf print in room (© Jeol!)
SightX viewer software: ask Geert-Jan