Planning to receive a new microscope within the next twelve months? Follow these three tips created by Herzan’s technical team to ensure optimal utilization, maximum magnification, and complete uptime for your microscope.
Following these tips saves time and money retrofitting solutions when noise issues are found after the microscope has been installed.
TIP 1: Understand the Environment Through ASite Survey
Site surveys在实验室内本地识别环境噪声，突出显示所需频率范围内的噪声幅度。像这样的工具WaveCatcherare often used to capture measurement data for a site survey as they are data acquisition systems that interface with a variety of analog sensors, designed to perform quick and easy measurements.
Once the data is collected,site survey reportsare generated, comparing measured data with the maximum allowable noise for an instrument. The analysis and recommendations listed in a site survey help dictate the type of mitigation solutions most effective to bring the noise within acceptable levels.
When performing a survey, ensure the full measurement context is catalogued so the site survey report reflects real-time conditions.
Utilizing the right sensor and related measurement settings is key to having relevant data to compare against a microscopes specification
If the results of a site survey show environmental noise in your lab exceed allowable noise for an instrument, there are a few solutions to consider.
1) Remove all noise generating equipment from the room
TIP 3: Support Microscope with Environmental Control Solutions