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4/17/2013

Integrated Camera for XRF Analyzer

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Oxford Instruments will highlight the new integrated camera on its X-MET7000 that enables users to accurately position the portable analyzer on samples, store images for future reference and include them in the analysis reports.

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Oxford Instruments will highlight the new integrated camera on its X-MET7000 that enables users to accurately position the portable analyzer on samples, store images for future reference and include them in the analysis reports. This camera option is available for the X-MET7000 eXpress and X-MET7500. 

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