Hi John,

Yes, the JEOL EDS system with the 8230 and the 8530F are SSD, and they do full spectral imaging.  The user simply selects a check box and the full spectrum is collected at each pixel.

Regards,
Pete


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On Jan 26, 2015, at 5:19 PM, John Fournelle wrote:

> I am unclear whether the JEOL EDS system supplied with 8230 and 8530 are SiLi or SDD. I would assume SDD, but in discussing this question with at least one 8530 lab (with integrated Jeol EDS), there was no apparent evidence that a complete spectral pattern was acquired either in spot mode or mapping mode (of course, ROIs were easily defined and acquired)..  Can someone clarify is  for me? Thanks
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