The Thermo Scientific* iCAP Q ICP-MS is a dramatically different ICP-MS for total reliability with maximized up-time and a dramatically simplified workflow.
The radical design simplifies the user experience and dramatically improves laboratory efficiency.
The iCAP Q ICP-MS has been developed with groundbreaking technology to enable advanced high-performance analysis combined with total reliability and ultra-flexibility.
Ergonomically designed quadrupole ICP-MS with smallest bench space available
Innovative RAPID (Right Angle Positive Ion Deflection) lens technology (90° ion optics done right) for separation of ions and neutrals
Innovative interface with skimmer cone featuring unique, user-replaceable inserts mounted behind the cone tip to control memory effects
The only ICP-MS system to include proprietary QCell technology combining proven He KED interference reduction capabilities with a flatapole low mass cut-off
High-performance quadrupole analyzer is pumped by a novel split flow turbo pump backed by a single rotary
New, simultaneous analog/PC detector with real time multi-channel analyzer electronics provides >9 orders of dynamic range suitable for both steady state and transient signal analysis
The combination of an advanced inlet system, the RAPID lens and QCell provide enhanced performance for outstanding signal to background among quadrupole ICP-MS
New, exceptionally robust RF generator with fast dynamic frequency impedance matching for high plasma stability without need for a shield
Instrument and accessories are fully computer controlled by the new Qtegra software.
Qtegra provides integrated plug-ins for autosamplers, autodiluters, as well as major chromatography and laser ablation systems.
One click instrument set up: with a single mouse click, the iCAP Q is taken into operate mode, tested and, where necessary intelligently autotuned and/or calibrated to meet the protocol or user defined performance criteria.
Qtegra software provides a full range of features allowing individual laboratories to operate under 21 CFR Part 11 requirements