An affordable X-ray Crystallography system without compromise
The perfect place to begin your Synergy experience
The scintillator-free hybrid photon counting (HPC) detector HyPix Bantam has been designed by Rigaku to ensure cutting-edge performance with true digital photon counting technology for unparalleled sensitivity.
The microfocus PhotonJet- i sources (Cu/Mo) available in dual or single source configurations, have low power consumption, yet provide high flux in order to study a variety of sample types.
Turbo Kappa Goniometer ensures that the most efficient data coverage is achieved even for the lowest symmetry P1 samples whether Cu or Mo radiation is used.
Upgrade to a Dual Source co-mounted sources for an easy switch of wavelengths
Powered by CrysAlisPro the most advanced data collection, processing, solution and refinement package for X-ray crystallography
XtaLAB Synergy-i Configuration:
After the mammoth success of the SuperNova series Rigaku Oxford Diffraction is proud to announce the Synergy-i series of X-ray single crystal XRD (X-ray diffractometers). The XtaLAB Synergy-i single crystal XRD includes a high-flux, low maintenance microfocus sealed tube X-ray instrument with a high precision 4-circle kappa goniometer and Rigaku’s own Hybrid Photon Counting (HPC) X-ray detector known as the HyPix-Bantam.
The XtaLAB Synergy-i contains the latest technology and can be upgraded from a single source to a dual source instrument. The system can be equipped with Cu and/or Mo sources allowing for a broad range of sample types to be evaluated. The XtaLAB Synergy-i is controlled by the fully-integrated, user-inspired CrysAlisPro software package that is capable of collecting and processing data quickly, efficiently and accurately, so you achieve the best data possible with minimal effort.
The software is freely available for users of Rigaku Oxford Diffraction single crystal X-ray instruments and can be downloaded from our forum. Please register at http://www.rigakuxrayforum.com
CrysAlisPro has been inspired by users and suits both protein crystallography and small molecule crystallography. It caters for simultaneous data collection and automated analysis
Intelligent Goniometer Head 2 (IGH 2)
Motorised Goniometer Head with Automated Optical Object Centering
Rigaku launched a new version of their fantastic IGH motorised goniometer head at the IUCr 2023 conference in melbourne. This new version adds encoders to enable automatic X-ray centering for those who struggle to see their samples. It enables users to centre samples, hand-free with the cabinet doors closed in just a few sounds.
They have also improved their AI-based optical sample centering, which already had a fantastic success rate. Rigaku engineers have even managed to reduce the size of the IGH 2, despite packing in a more capabilities!