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Probeman

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Peak Instruments WDS Spectrometer
« on: September 15, 2015, 11:41:23 am »
Does anyone have any info, schematics, pictures, etc of the old Peak Instruments WDS Spectrometer?

It had a six crystal turret and used an X/Y table for producing a variable Rowland circle.

I wanted to use this info in a talk if someone can help me.  I tried searching Google, but nothing showed up specific to the Peak Instruments WDS Spectrometer, at least with my choice of keywords.
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Re: Peak Instruments WDS Spectrometer
« Reply #1 on: August 30, 2016, 04:41:44 pm »
If you're still interested I'm sure Nick Barbi, former CEO of Peak Instruments, could help you. He's got a new company called PulseTor and his contact info is on their website
http://pulsetor.com/barbi.html

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Re: Peak Instruments WDS Spectrometer
« Reply #2 on: August 30, 2016, 05:08:53 pm »
If you're still interested I'm sure Nick Barbi, former CEO of Peak Instruments, could help you. He's got a new company called PulseTor and his contact info is on their website
http://pulsetor.com/barbi.html

Of course!  I had forgotten that Nick Barbi was Peak Instruments! 

I was curious about the WDS detector they used- I believe it was a tandem design...?    I will write him- thanks.
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