NanoSuite Professional 6.5 is a premium-performance software package designed for use with the Nano Indenter G200 and T150 UTM systems. NanoSuite 6.5 gives researchers in scientific and industrial settings an unprecedented combination of speed, flexibility, and ease of use for nanoindentation and tensile testing.

NanoSuite 6.5 provides versatile imaging capabilities, an intuitive interface, a survey scanning option, and streamlined test method development. The package includes an exclusive method for substrate-independent measurements on thin film materials, new test methods for polymers, and improved scratch test methods, as well as a field-proven method for testing in compliance with ISO 14577.

  • Test substrate-independent thin film materials
  • Set up standard batch of tests with 25+ samples in <5 min
  • Plot 2D graphs, export directly to Microsoft Excel
  • New data organization structure for sample files
  • Microsoft Windows 7 compliant

NanoSuite Explore software augments the capabilities of any Nano Indenter G200 or T150 UTM systems to allow ultimate control of test flow and analysis.

  • Loading types and rates
  • Load-hold length
  • Data logging rates
  • Unloading types and rates
  • Sequence and number of experimental segments
  • PID control of any calculated channel

Offline version of NanoSuite Professional software enables review of test data and test setup training on a computer workstation separate from the testing instrument.

Offline version of NanoSuite Explorer software enables method development, method testing, and review of test data on a computer workstation separate from the testing instrument.

The NanoVision nanomechanical microscopy option for the G200 delivers quantitative imaging by coupling a linear electromagnetic actuation-based indentation head with a closed-loop nano-positioning stage.

Standard NanoVision methods provide quick setup to obtain 3D results, while its interactive mode of operation provides a flexible platform for customization of scan routines. NanoVision allows users to create quantitative high-resolution images using a nanoindenter, target indentation test sites with nanometer-scale precision, and examine residual impressions in order to quantify material response phenomena such as pile-up, deformed volume, and fracture toughness. This option also lets users target and characterize individual phases of complex materials.

  • Create quantitative high-resolution nanoindenting images
  • Target indentation test sites with nanometer-scale precision
  • Quantify material response phenomena such as pile-up, deformed volume, fracture toughness
  • User control over scan area resolution & speed

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