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EDX-2800: RoHS testing

The EDX-2800 was developed for a wide range of uses and is one of the most versatile 
in the Skyray XRF product line. The unit is known to perform 
above average on hazardous substance detection and jewelry applications.

EDX-2800: Skyray XRF Instruments
Skyray XRF: EDX-2800

EDX-2800: Skyray XRF for RoHS, WEEE, Lead-Content
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  • Versatile in Function
    The unit is an all-in-one x-ray instrument; providing hazardous substance detection (lower than required ppm levels), elemental and bulk analysis, coating thickness measurements, gold purity analysis, alloy verification and more.
  • Repeatable Results
    The newest technologies insure repeatability of results over extended measurements
  • Measurement Chamber
    The large chamber (24" x 15" x 3") fits parts with ease and has multiple features to insure accurate sample placement.



  • Silicon PIN-Diode (Si-PIN) detection system
    • Resolution of approximately 160ev
    • No liquid nitrogen (LN2) required; save expense and hassle
  • Eight (8) automatic collimators
    • Collimator range of 8.0 mm to 0.1 mm
  • Five (5) automatic filters: means increased sensitivity and lower detection limits
  • Large chamber (24" x 15" x 3") fits parts with ease
  • Color camera system for viewing and precise measurement
  • Signal-to-Noise (SNE) provides powerful assurance for measurement accuracy
  • Element Range: Sulfur (S) to Uranium (U)
  • Computer included at no charge
    Utilizes Windows XP or Vista for record keeping and report generation in Excel and Word



Most Popular Use
Jewelry Industry and Precious Metals Analysis
Alloy Verification, Gold Purity Analysis, Coating Thickness, Lead-Content and more

Also Used for:
Hazardous Substance Detection
Various regulations include RoHS, Proposition-65, Lead Containing Jewelry Law, etc
Regulations affect multiple industries (jewelry, toy, packaging, etc)
Coating Thickness Measurements 


Overview of RoHS and Electronic Goods:
As noted in the main Hazardous Substance Detection section, regulations on hazardous metals are affecting a wide range of industries and product lines. The initial regulation (and most commonly referred to) was the European Union’s (EU) RoHS (Restrictions on Hazardous Substances) initiative that affected consumer goods manufactured and sold into/throughout Europe.

Since RoHS affected products sold into the EU it only affected United States companies that were exporting goods there. However, many states in the United States are developing regulations similar to RoHS which affect goods sold into those individual states. California was one of the first with their Electronic Waste Recycling Act of 2003; commonly referred to as California-RoHS, an overview can be reviewed here.
Who is affected by RoHS and similar hazardous substance regulations?
These directives affect any organization that manufactures, distributes and sells electrical and electronic equipment to the regulated states (EU and USA). The banned materials show up in a variety of product lines; including:

          Mercury: thermostats, sensors, relays in switches and discharge lamps
Lead: Soldering of printed circuit boards (PCB’s) glass for cathode ray tubes and light bulbs
Cadmium: Switches, springs, connectors, housing for printed circuit boards
Hexavalent Chromium: metal coatings for corrosion protection and wear resistance
Polybrominated Biphenyls and Diphenyl Ethers: flame retardant in printed circuit boards, connectors and plastic covers 

How to comply with regulations?
Organizations have to review and consider what approach is best for them; that is probably why you are at the Skyray XRF website.  Whether you are a supplier that needs to show compliance at your buyers request or a manufacturer that is showing compliance so that you can continue selling into a region; you have options.  Companies that show their product line meets the regulated levels frequently send product to outside testing laboratories, incorporate lead-free solder and designs or take in-house control of compliance testing.  No matter what the method, by proving and promoting compliance to RoHS and simliar regulations a company can increase market share and develop current business relationships.

Why test in-house instead of sending components to outside laboratories?
Whether an organization is manufacturing a component or assembling a final product, if they want to have total control over compliance testing then x-ray fluorescence (XRF) is a common method.  Both Portable XRF and Desktop XRF technology offer a cost-effective, non-destructive testing method that can quickly confirm a product meets the standards set.

Independent laboratories provide an excellent service to companies that test on a limited basis or require extremely detailed product analysis. However, many organizations prefer having in-house testing capabilities because they want to:
Eliminate long-term laboratory and shipping costs
Avoid the hassle of shipping components/products out 
Speed up the delivery process and avoid waiting for test results
Gain full control over the testing


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