Scanning probe microscopy provides information about the studied objects with an accuracy of tenths and hundredths of a nanometer with a time resolution of milliseconds and higher. Equipping the probe microscope with additional peripheral sensors for measuring temperature and humidity is a useful option. When studying living cells, it is necessary to control and maintain the concentration of carbon dioxide. This requires compact and user-friendly carbon dioxide sensors with an appropriate user-oriented software interface. If sample movements are controlled, especially when using large fields of view, limit sensors become important accessories. They will allow not going beyond the selected area of study of the observed object. This paper describes a simple solution for the efficient use of sensors that measure temperature, humidity, CO2 concentration and movement.


Разработка: студия Green Art