FISCHER GOLDSCOPE SD Common Process for Testing  X-Ray Fluorescence Measuring I..


Common Process for Testing

 X-Ray Fluorescence Measuring Instruments Optimized for Fast, Cost-effective and Non-destructive Analysis of Jewelry, Coins and Precious Metals for Jewellery Retail Store, Banks and Gold Exchange.


The X-ray fluorescence measuring instruments of the GOLDSCOPE series are optimized for fast, cost-effective and non-destructive analysis of jewelry, coins and precious metals. Furthermore, the instruments are well suited for determining the thickness of gold coatings on sterling silver and rhodium coatings on gold alloys. The GOLDSCOPE series comprises four different instruments to fulfill the specific demands from the fast purchase and sale of gold up to the high-precision analysis of precious metals.

 General Specification

    Intended use: Energy dispersive X-ray measuring instrument (EDXRF) to analyze precious metals

    Repeatability: 1%for gold, measurement time 60 sec

    Design: GOLDSCOPE SD: Bench top unit with towards the front opening hood.

    Measuring direction: Bottom up



 The GOLDSCOPE instruments are designed as user-friendly bench-top instruments. Due to their compact design, the instruments are lightweight and require only little space.

For smallest footprint, the measurement chamber door of the GOLDSCOPE SD does not open upwards, but towards the front. Thus, you can place a notebook for operation onto the instrument, which saves even more space.

For quick and easy sample positioning, the X-ray source and detector assembly is located in the instrument‘s lower chamber. The measuring direction is from underneath the sample, which is supported by a transparent window.



External dimensions: 405 x 588 x 426/

    Width x depth x height [mm/in]: 16 x 23 x 17

    Weight [kg/lb]: approx. 45/99 X-Ray Source

    X-ray tube :Tungsten tube, thermally stabilized

    High voltage, three steps [kV]: 30, 40, 50

    Primary filter, Material and thickness : none