XtaLAB Synergy-i

An affordable X-ray Crystallography system without compromise

The perfect place to begin your Synergy experience

  • Key Features

    • 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 diffractometers.The XtaLAB Synergy-i single crystal X-ray diffractometer 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 CrysAlisProsoftware package that is capable of collecting and processing data efficiently and accurately, so you achieve the best data possible.

  • 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