solariX MRMS

solariX instruments: Forging Productivity from Innovation

Bruker's solariX XR and solariX 2xR are the result of our tradition of technological innovation. These instruments' core technologies include a ParaCell Detector, Absorption Mode Processing and magnetron control techniques. Together with unmatched mass accuracy this enables routine Isotopic Fine Structure (IFS) analysis for a broad mass range. A wide range of source technologies available for the solariX series allow application of these techniques to a wide variety of samples for flexible experiment and workflow design.

Patented ParaCell detector

The ParaCell is the enabling technology for solariX XR and 2xR. This detector concept is a departure from traditional MRMS cell strategies and provides uncommon broadband ion stability resulting in resolution orders of magnitude above other detection schemes. The ParaCell in combination with Absorption Mode Processing algorithms is the prerequisite for routine access to Isotopic Fine Structure (IFS) Information.

2xR technology realizes scientific visions and increased prodcuctivity

Brukers 2xR solariX instruments uses magnetron control technology and a newly developed, high sensitivity, low noise preamplifier, realizing scientists long standing vision to exploit harmonics detection schemes  and thus increasing the experimental speed and instrument productivity.

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2xR technology enabling routine Isotopic Fine Structure Analysis (IFS) with speed.

Optional ESI/MALDI dual source

solariX series instruments allow for operation of a unique ESI/MALDI dual source. This optional source can either run liquid samples introduced via the Electrospray ionization (ESI) source or from MALDI samples. This highly sensitive MALDI source uses  Brukers SmartBeam-II™ laser technology and provides several small focus diameters for various applications with different sample preparation techniques. Fast switchover between MALDI and ESI operation is controlled by a software pushbutton, so even simultaneous ESI/MALDI operation is possible.

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