The Cypher L atomic force microscope from Oxford Instruments Asylum Research sets new expectations for performance and ease-of-use for AFMs in its price range. New Ergo software provides the core capabilities commonly used in research fields including 2D materials, polymer science, thin film deposition and etch processing, and quantum technology. As part of the award-winning Cypher product family, the Cypher L is readily upgraded to the Cypher S, ES, or VRS1250, allowing you to invest in a quality AFM platform now and add new capabilities as you need them.
See More With Higher Resolution Imaging
The Cypher L is built on the same ultra-stable mechanical and electronic platform as all of Asylum’s other ultra-high performance Cypher models. Easily obtain molecular and atomic resolution on samples including 2D materials and polymers. Routinely see details unobtainable on most other AFMs in this price range.
Get the Information You Need Quickly and Easily
Asylum’s new Ergo software platform is designed with a streamlined workflow for quick, simple setup and intuitive image acquisition. Exclusive AutoPilot™ algorithms automatically optimize scan parameters for high quality images. Easily analyze and export images for presentation and publication directly from Ergo.
Expand Your Research While Saving Lab Space and Budget
Asylum recognizes that both lab space and research budgets are limited. The Cypher L easily fits in existing labs without special facility requirements. Its price is within reach of typical lab startup funds, many research grants, and most industrial R&D budgets.
Future-Proof Your Research by Investing in a Fully Upgradable AFM
Your research will grow and evolve over time. Make sure that your AFM can too. Unlike other AFMs, the Cypher L is fully upgradable, allowing you to add new capabilities as you need them. Its modular design allows it to be upgraded all the way to the more powerful Cypher S, Cypher ES, and Cypher VRS1250 models to enable advanced characterization modes, environmental control accessories, and even video-rate imaging speeds.