Nanosensors PL2-FM

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PL2-FM -(select options)

Force Modulation AFM Probe with Plateau Tip

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10 
probes
None PL2-FM-10
$889.00
Al reflex PL2-FMR-10

The Plateau Tip series based on the well-established NANOSENSORS™ Silicon-SPM-Probes exhibit an intentionally blunt tip with a well-defined circular end-face located at the free end of a micromechanical cantilever. This plateau is formed by focused ion beam milling out of a symmetrically etched tip building a rod on top of a conical tip.

The PL2-FM type is offered for force modulation microscopy. The force constant of this AFM probe spans the gap between contact and non-contact mode and is specially tailored for the force modulation mode. Furthermore non-contact or tapping mode operation is possible with the FM tip but with reduced operation stability.

Upon request customized larger plateau diameters can be realized. Other shapes are also possible upon request.

The probe offers unique features:

  • plateau diameter of typically 1.8 µm
  • single crystalline silicon
  • highly doped silicon to dissipate static charge
  • chemically inert
  • high mechanical Q-factor for high sensitivity
  • alignment grooves on backside of silicon holder chip
  • precise alignment of the cantilever position (within +/- 2 µm) when used with the Alignment Chip
  • compatible with PointProbe® Plus XY-Alignment Series

Cantilever data:

Property Nominal Value Specified Range
Thickness /µm 3 2.0 - 4.0
Mean Width /µm 28 20 - 35
Length /µm 225 215 - 235
Force Constant /(N/m) 2.8 0.5 - 9.5
Resonance Frequency /kHz 75 45 - 115
Technical Data Tip Value
Plateau diameter (*) /µm 1.8 ± 0.5
Plateau rod height /µm > 2.0
Plateau edge radius /µm 0.2 - 0.4
Tip height (overall) /µm 10 - 15
More Information
Spring Constant (Nominal) 2.8 N/m
Spring Constant $2.80
Frequency (Nominal) 75 kHz
Frequency $75.00
Allow Set Quantities Yes
Featured Yes
Specs

Force Modulation AFM Probe with Plateau Tip

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