The Nanonis Control System BP 4 has been setting new standards for scanning probe microscopy since 2007, particularly concerning signal quality and flexibility. With the world’s first fully digital system architecture and the intuitively controlled graphical user interface, the user-friendliness and security has increased to the extent that complete attention to the experiment and sample characteristics is possible. Most commercial and homemade SPMs can profit from Adaption Kits, allowing better performance and usability. It is easy to define experimental procedures combined with the integration of external processes, allowing the development of completely new measurement modes.
The BP 4 uses patented 22-bit hrDAC™ technology, making it a leader in signal quality. Improvements have only been possible using a brand new generation of electronic components. The results are now available as the BP 4.5 and consist of the Real Time Controller RC 5 and Signal Conversion SC 5, as well as the proven, but enhanced, control software of the BP 4. Highlights of the improvements include reduced noise, better resolution and data rates, as well as a doubling of the number of signal channels to 48. This leads to noticeably better performance in spectroscopy, higher scan rates and a previously unreached flexibility when using demanding measurement methods.
Please visit our product launch on stand 19/20 at the DPG Spring Meeting in Regensburg, at the Japan Phys. Society Annual Meeting in Hiroshima, Japan or on stand 203 at the MRS Spring in San Francico, USA.
We are looking forward to meeting you there.