DSC is used to measure heat flow for material characterization by providing thermal properties such as melting point, glass transition and crystallization. DSC instruments are used both in quality control and R&D across a wide range of industries including polymers, pharma, electronics, chemical, academia, oil and gas, food, and metals.
Our NEXTA DSC Series instruments offer world-class sensitivity and baseline reproducibility, delivering more accurate testing and the ability to evaluate even the smallest thermal events. Our innovative Real View® camera system provides real-time observation during measurement. The DSC200 offers leading technology for routine applications without limitations and ideal for a wide variety of applications. The DSC600 is purpose designed to meet the most advanced materials development and failure analysis thanks to its sensitivity and resolution, especially within applied research.Request more information
The RealView® camera system integrates seamlessly with NEXTA STA Series to observe changes in the sample status during analysis in real-time. Images reveal changes in sample shape, size, colour, and other properties. The images can be recorded and are automatically linked to the thermal data by timestamp. You can also integrate RealView® with the Auto Sampler to monitor changes to your samples while automatically analyzing several samples at once.
Heat Flow Measurement Method
|Heat flux with centric heat flow|| |
Heat Flow Measurement Method: Heat flux with centric heat flow and 3 thermocouples
Time Constant (resolution)
|6.5 seconds or better||3 seconds or better|
RMS noise / Sensitivity
|0.1 µW / 0.2 µW||0.05 µW / 0.1 µW|
|-150 to 725°C|
Programmable Heating/Cooling Rate
|0.01 ~ 100˚C/min|
RealView® Camera System