Grammont 2172

The Grammont 2172 is a nanometer resolution spectroscopy instrument, based on a disruptive technology called Quantitative Cathodoluminescence, that tightly integrates a scanning electron microscope and a light microscope into one tool. It requires zero alignment, features zero photon loss and houses an extremely fast single channel detector for those who need to deliver high resolution quantitative luminescence maps, reproductively and at the fastest possible rate.

In the semiconductor industry, the Grammont 2172’s unprecedented measurement speed offers an unmatched solution for defect identification in Gallium Nitride (GaN) based devices such as power transistors and LEDs. It can count threading dislocations, perform failure analysis or speed up process development.