Thermo Scientific™

Niton™ Apollo™ Handheld LIBS Analyzer

Catalog number: NITONAPOLLO
Thermo Scientific™

Niton™ Apollo™ Handheld LIBS Analyzer

Catalog number: NITONAPOLLO
Confidently perform elemental analysis with the Thermo Scientific™ Niton™ Apollo™ handheld LIBS analyzer. When carbon detection and mobility are top of mind, industrial businesses rely on the Niton Apollo for superior performance and enhanced productivity. Identify low alloy/ carbon steels and L and H grade steels. The Niton Apollo transforms a traditional cart-mounted Optical Emission Spectroscopy (OES) system into a highly portable, easy to use handheld analyzer.
 
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Description
Niton Apollo Handheld LIBS Analyzer
Price (USD)
Full specifications
ApplicationsIdentify low alloy/carbon steels and L and H grade steels
Analytical RangeC, Al, Si, Ti, V, Cr, Mn, Fe, Co, Ni, Cu, Nb, Mo, W
Available Analytical ModesLow Alloy/ Carbon Steel, Stainless Steel
Data Storage512 MB internal system memory / 16 GB industrial grade storage
Stores approximately 5,000 readings with spectra (fewer if macro and micro images are saved)
Data TransferWiFi, USB
DescriptionNiton Apollo Handheld LIBS Analyzer
Display TypeTilting, color, resistive touchscreen display
Optional AccessoriesThermo Scientific™ bulk argon adapter
Additional laser safety glasses
Power Consumption24V, 3.75A, 90W power supply, Milwaukee™ battery pack
Hot swap functionality keeps analyzer powered during battery replacements
Security FeaturesPassword-protected user security
Standard AccessoriesLocking shielded carrying case
Two (2) Milwaukee™ M18™ Redlithium™ High Demand™ CP2.0 Battery Packs
One (1) Milwaukee™ M18™ & M12™ Multi-Voltage Charger
Five (5) Thermo Scientific™ analytical argon cartridges
Setup standards
Laser safety glasses
Instrument cleaning kit
Safety lanyard and carabiner
PC connection cable
Weight (English)6.4 lbs with battery
Weight (Metric)2.9 kg with battery
Data EntryTouchscreen keyboard
User customizable data entry
LicensingVaries by region. Contact your local distributor.
Dimensions (L x W x H)12 x 13 x 4 in (30.48 x 33.02 x 10.16 cm)
CameraIntegrated CCD macro camera for capturing overview images of parts and tagging measurement locations
Integrated CCD micro camera for locating and recording measurement positions
LanguagesEnglish
LibrariesDefault alloy libraries based on SAE, AISI, ASTM, AA, DIN, GB standards
Users may create, clone and edit libraries
Operating EnvironmentTemperature: 32°F - 104°F (0°C - 40°C)
SoftwareSupport Software: NitonConnect PC software
Global Positioning SystemInternal GPS (ability to include coordinates with sample information)
BluetoothBluetooth 4.0 (supports print functionality)
Operating SystemLinux
Certifications/Compliance
Certifications: IP54 certified (splash and dust proof)
Compliance: CE, RoHS, FCC, Industry Canada, Safety to IEC 61010-1:2010
Laser1064nm
Safety FeaturesChamber pressure, spectral type, light/ dark sensor interlocks
Argon UsageHigh purity argon purge
About 200 shots per cartridge
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ApplicationsIdentify low alloy/carbon steels and L and H grade steels
Analytical RangeC, Al, Si, Ti, V, Cr, Mn, Fe, Co, Ni, Cu, Nb, Mo, W
Available Analytical ModesLow Alloy/ Carbon Steel, Stainless Steel
Data Storage512 MB internal system memory / 16 GB industrial grade storage
Stores approximately 5,000 readings with spectra (fewer if macro and micro images are saved)
Data TransferWiFi, USB
DescriptionNiton Apollo Handheld LIBS Analyzer
Display TypeTilting, color, resistive touchscreen display
Optional AccessoriesThermo Scientific™ bulk argon adapter
Additional laser safety glasses
Power Consumption24V, 3.75A, 90W power supply, Milwaukee™ battery pack
Hot swap functionality keeps analyzer powered during battery replacements
Security FeaturesPassword-protected user security
Standard AccessoriesLocking shielded carrying case
Two (2) Milwaukee™ M18™ Redlithium™ High Demand™ CP2.0 Battery Packs
One (1) Milwaukee™ M18™ & M12™ Multi-Voltage Charger
Five (5) Thermo Scientific™ analytical argon cartridges
Setup standards
Laser safety glasses
Instrument cleaning kit
Safety lanyard and carabiner
PC connection cable
Weight (English)6.4 lbs with battery
Weight (Metric)2.9 kg with battery
Data EntryTouchscreen keyboard
User customizable data entry
LicensingVaries by region. Contact your local distributor.
Dimensions (L x W x H)12 x 13 x 4 in (30.48 x 33.02 x 10.16 cm)
CameraIntegrated CCD macro camera for capturing overview images of parts and tagging measurement locations
Integrated CCD micro camera for locating and recording measurement positions
LanguagesEnglish
LibrariesDefault alloy libraries based on SAE, AISI, ASTM, AA, DIN, GB standards
Users may create, clone and edit libraries
Operating EnvironmentTemperature: 32°F - 104°F (0°C - 40°C)
SoftwareSupport Software: NitonConnect PC software
Global Positioning SystemInternal GPS (ability to include coordinates with sample information)
BluetoothBluetooth 4.0 (supports print functionality)
Operating SystemLinux
Certifications/Compliance
Certifications: IP54 certified (splash and dust proof)
Compliance: CE, RoHS, FCC, Industry Canada, Safety to IEC 61010-1:2010
Laser1064nm
Safety FeaturesChamber pressure, spectral type, light/ dark sensor interlocks
Argon UsageHigh purity argon purge
About 200 shots per cartridge
Unit SizeEach
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Features & Benefits

  • 1064nm Laser
  • WiFi Enabled 
  • Macro and Micro Cameras
  • Hot Swap Battery (Milwaukee® Compatible) 
  • Tilting, Color Touchscreen 
  • Directional Keys
  • Chamber Pressure, Spectral Type, Light/ Dark Sensor Safety Interlocks
  • Password Protected Security
  • IP54 Certified (Splash/ Dust Proof)

Applications

  • Determine alloy composition and grade for a wide range of metallurgical samples
  • Calculate carbon equivalency to determine piping weldability
  • Verify critical assets, such as, piping, valves and reaction vessels for Positive Material Identification (PMI)
  • Inspect materials at receiving, in-process fabrication and outgoing Quality Control (QC)
  • Qualify Material Test Reports (MTR)
  • Prevent contaminated scrap from entering the supply stream
  • Detect tramp and trace elements to meet regulatory standards
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