” We had great experiences using QZabre probes in our home-built NV scanning magnetometer. The NV center in the probes are stable and bright, offering high ESR contrast just as advertised. The Akiyama-probe footprint make them easy to use without extra effort on designing probe holders and circuits.”

Nicole Guo, Cornell University

Welcome to QZabre, your experts in NV scanning diamond magnetometry. We offer NV scanning tips and turn-key scanning diamond microscopes.

Quantum Sensor Tips

The QZabre probe is a unique integrated sensor chip for scanning quantum magnetometry experiments.

Our probes employ a single magnetic impurity in diamond (NV center) as an atomic-size magnetic quantum sensor.

Our diamond tips offer highest performance: single crystal quality, high brightness, several contrast grades. Each probe is hand made and customized to your needs.

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QSM – Quantum Scanning Microscope

QZabre is proud to offer the world’s first compact, turn-key scanning NV magnetometer instrument.

The QSM is a next-generation scanning probe microscope based on our diamond sensor technology. Exploiting the principles of quantum metrology, the QSM provides unmatched performance in high resolution and quantitative magnetic analysis of surfaces.

Our microscope is based on a proven, low-drift design. It combines closed-loop scanning, large coarse range and high efficiency optics with an intuitive user interface and simple tip exchange.

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“QZabre has provided us with greatly optimized NV scanning tips, which have excellent optical properties, NV coherence, and tuning forks. They make it possible to perform quantum sensing and nano scale magnetometry for studying spintronics devices.”

Myeongwon Lee, Korea University

” QZabre probes are directly integrable with our AFM system and have allowed us to quickly extend the range of NV-related experiments we could carry out. We are very satisfied with the level of customer support and the delivery lead time of the probes.”

Leong X.H. Victor, A-Star Research