Micro Vickers Hardness Testers
This micro hardness tester features a built-in CCD camera for standardized automatic length measurement. Hardness can be measured simply and accurately with easy-touse PC software. The lineup also includes fully automated (FA) machines equipped with an electrically driven revolver mechanism and electrically driven XYZ. A manual machine with an optical head and models with color cameras are also included in the lineup.
Compatible with an XY stage equipped with an electric micrometer (G31 series)
Capable of automatically recognizing the full sample image and the sample edges (G31-FA series)
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Shimadzu's New HMV-G30 / HMV-G31Series Micro Vickers Hardness Testers Include New Data Protection Functions and a Model Equipped with a Color Camera
Shimadzu micro Vickers hardness testers are equipped with excellent automatic reading functions and visually straightforward, convenient software. In addition, an extensive lineup of options is available to accommodate a variety of needs.
AUTOGRAPH AGX-V Series Video are now available.
Shimadzu's New AGX-V Series Autograph Universal Testing Machines Achieve World's Highest Performance Levels
This is the 100th anniversary of manufacturing Shimadzu testing machines.
The AGX series is the culmination of the further evolution of the AUTOGRAPH based on our wealth of experience and achievements
Evaluation of Dynamic Deformation Behavior of LPSO Type Magnesium Alloy by AE Method and High Speed Camera
Automobile Evaluation Instruments Brochure is now available.
Amino acid composition analysis has traditionally been conducted for protein quantitation and peptide structure prediction. Its use has also extended in recent years to the quantitation of such functional components as branched chain amino acids (BCAA). Previously, in Application News No. L432 and L437, we introduced examples of analysis of amino acids subjected to fluorescence derivatization using o-phthalaldehyde (OPA) using the SIL-30AC. Here, we introduce an example of fast analysis of amino acids in proteins.