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Phenom Desktop SEM

ProSuite Image Analysis Software

Image analysis software can extract actionable data about the size and shape of features in an SEM image. Developed specifically for the Phenom, it increases data throughput and eliminates user bias that can skew manual measurements. ProSuite comes standard with the Phenom SEM and can automatically generate reports, saving time and effort.

Available Applications:


Particle size distribution and shape analysis


Pore size distribution and shape analysis


Fiber diameter and orientation analysis

3D Reconstruction

Surface topography and roughness measurement

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Phenom ProSuite Image Analysis Software

Software Details


Particle Metric automates particle detection, analysis, and reporting. Reports provide statistically significant morphology and particle size data for many submicron particles applications. The software allows access for users to create histograms and scatter plots based on the data collected. ParticleMetric provides a level of visual exploration beyond optical microscopy that can enhance quality control and accelerate process development. 

Key Specifications

  • Correlate particle features such as diameter, circularity, aspect ratio, and convexity
  • Detect up to 1000 particles per minute
  • Combine with Automated Image Mapping for statistical data analysis with high-quality SEM images
  • Revisit particles collected for further analysis
  • Visualize large datasets in histograms or scatter plots of any given parameter
  • Plot graphs in linear, log, or double log scale – by number or volume
  • Reporting tool allows easy exporting of data


PoroMetric automates pore detection, analysis, and reporting. The PoroMetric software allows users to gather measurements in a sample’s porosity, including percent porosity of the sample. Large datasets including pore size and aspect ratio distributions can be easily generated. PoroMetric is the best in its class for accurate and high-throughput analysis of porous materials.

Key Specifications

  • Correlate pore features such as area, aspect ratio, and circle equivalent diameter
  • Detection speed up to 1000 pores/minute
  • Combine with Automated Image Mapping for statistical data analysis with high-quality SEM images
  • Manual measurement capability
  • Annotated SEM images of detected pores


Fiber Metric automates feature detection and analysis, delivering accurate size and orientational information from micro and nanofiber samples. With a push of a button, the software starts analyzing sizing, orientation, and porosity of SEM images containing fibers in seconds. In addition to more accurate data acquisition, the automated measurements of the FiberMetric application guarantees a fast return on investment, saving time with an operator independent and statistically significant solution.

Key Specifications

  • Automated measurements of fiber diameter and orientation
  • Fast collection of statistical data; up to 1000 measurements per image
  • Export all data, either statistically or as a raw data file
  • View and measure micro and nanofibers with unmatched accuracy
  • Real-time Phenom operation

3D Roughness Reconstruction

The 3D Roughness Reconstruction application allows users to generate three dimensional images and sub-micrometer roughness measurements. Based on “shape from shading” technology using the four-segmented backscattered electron detector (BSD), 3D images help users interpret surface topography. The fully integrated software allows measurements of average roughness (Ra) and the roughness height (Rz). This is crucial for controlling and characterizing surface quality and texture of various types of samples.

Key Specifications

  • Great for quality control, texture analysis, evidence characterization, defect/failure analysis, and wear analysis
  • Higher resolution imaging compared to optical and mechanical measurement systems
  • Intuitive fully automated user interface
  • Fast reconstruction with no stage tilt required
  • Create roughness maps and line profiles
  • Field of view: 2 µm – 1 mm

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