Automated Raman chemical analyser that can handle a wide range of samples: in vials, tablets, SERS, and 96- and 384-well plates. The laser is focused automatically using a patented robotic technique for reproducible measurements. A vacuum heater dryer dries liquid SERS samples in less than 5 min.
Raman spectroscopy system that can be integrated with most microscopes and setups, such as fluorescence, without affecting the overall microscope configurations. It uses a 785 nm laser and linear array detector. The module includes power attenuators, laser safety interlock, key and software.
New version of the NanoRam with flexible fibre optic probe with trigger feature and LED indicator lights to show pass/fail results. The NanoRam product line of hand-held Raman instruments is designed for analysis of materials such as APIs, excipients, intermediates and finished products.
Now can transfer libraries and methods to other NanoRam instruments allowing the centralised development of these across an organisation. This is available through updates to the software, which also include stricter limitations for regulatory compliance and more stringent password controls.
Low frequency (THz) Raman microscope that integrates the EnSpectr R532 scientific edition Raman analyser and an Olympus microscope for both transmission and reflection measurements. Uses a 532 nm laser with spectral resolution of 3 cm–1 and spatial resolution of 1 µm.
Automated Raman microscope to detect substances in mixtures of particles. Automated sample stage scans the sample with the Raman analyser determining the spectral characteristics of particles within its micron-sized focus spot.
Fully confocal and high performance Raman microscope with options including multiple laser wavelengths, complete automation, EMCCD detection, Raman polarisation and AFM coupling. “SWIFT” Fast Raman imaging provides detailed Raman images typically 10× faster than conventional mapping methods. New Labspec 6.3 software is suited to multiple user environments.
Dispersive Raman spectrometer and microscope with 532/785 nm lasers with matching notch or edge filters; a third laser can also be added. Can also take advantage of Jasco’s new 457 nm laser for fluorescence rejection. The purpose-designed microscope is completely rigid to prevent flexing and the laser spot can be observed to ensure it is aligned to the target sample.
Updated version that can store up to 15,000 spectra in an onboard buffer, maintaining data integrity by buffering time-stamped spectra for USB communications. Buffering enables full-spectrum kinetics measurements to be performed every 8 ms, or 125 measurements per second.
Mini handheld Raman spectrometer using raster orbital scanning (ROS) mode that scans a tightly focused beam over a wide sample area, improving the quality of the Raman measurement especially for inhomogenous and irregularly shaped solids. A bright touchscreen is easy to operate in sunlight and while wearing personal protection equipment.
Integrated Raman system available with 638 nm, 785 nm or 808 nm laser excitation and in two resolution options: 4 cm–1 covering 200–2000 cm–1 and 8 cm–1 covering 200–3200 cm–1.
Compact Raman microscope using OneFocus feature that optimises the instrument for Raman sampling using the same focal plane for collecting images and for Raman signals. This simplifies the process of acquiring data from a specific structure or location as well as for applications where only a single layer of material is applied to the surface, such as graphene or SERS.
Combination of a back-thinned CCD array detector and low stray light optical design. The f/3 optical design includes a toroidal grating that corrects optical aberrations and improves stray light performance, extending the measurement range to 3.0 absorption units.
Process Raman spectrometers
Series of spectrometers designed to be integrated into laboratory and online process applications. Different wavelength excitation lasers can be pre-selected to optimise the Raman signal for a particular sample. Contact and remote Raman probes are available with different sampling distances, dimensions, and optical and physical properties.
Enables users of inVia Raman microscopes to collect large amounts of data rapidly. Provides tight integration between Renishaw’s detector and motorised sample stage to enable rapid imaging (detector spectrum readout rate over 1000 s–1).
Next generation of this hand-held 1064 nm Raman analyser with fully customisable workflow software that is 21 CFR Part 11 compliant with a smartphone-inspired user interface that shortens the learning curve. A 512-pixel InGaAs detector provides improved resolution, analysis and signal-to-noise ratio. The quad-core processor handles search and quantification algorithms without the need for remote desktop work. Sampling accessories and adjustable focus optimises sensitivity.
A single-purpose Raman hand-held spectrometer using a 785 nm laser with an updated processor and display. Methods can be transferred with SciApps multipurpose analysers. Ruggedised to IP67 with dustproof and waterproof seals that enable washing with bleach between samples.
Hand-held Raman analyser with 1030 nm laser excitation, which does not require cooling accessories. IP67 dustproof and waterproof seals. Suitable for in-laboratory or out-of-laboratory validation of highly fluorescent cellulose-based excipients.
Hand-held Raman spectrometer for the identification of explosives and precursors as well as narcotics and toxic chemicals. It identifies solids, powders and water-based solutions as well as performing mixture analysis. Can be operated with one hand and is ruggedised for use in severe climates and terrains.
Attaches directly to Raman spectrometer and includes a 785 nm laser configured with a 1/2 inch vial holder in place of the FC/APC connector. As well as using screw top vials for liquids and powders, small samples such as pills can be inserted.
Thermo Fisher Scientific
DXRxi Raman Imaging Microscope
Designed for use by those not familiar with Raman. Has automated alignment and calibration and the ability to analyse large samples quickly. The OMICxi software makes it easy to use and to profile materials quickly.
Multipoint confocal Raman microscope available in inverted or upright configurations. Can collect a 21 × 21 point image in one shot. Can operate in 2D multi-confocal mode collecting an image in one go, as a conventional Raman microscope or as a line-scan confocal microscope collecting single line in one go.
Correlative microscopy combining confocal Raman Imaging and Scanning Electron (RISE) microscopy within a single integrated microscope system. The sample is moved between the two techniques on a precise scan stage. The RISE software carries out the required parameter adjustments and instrument alignments. Once acquired, the images can be correlated and overlaid. 2D, 3D and depth profiles can be acquired with the Raman imager as well as nm imaging by electron microscopy.
Ascend Aeon 900
Liquid-nitrogen-free, 900 MHz superconducting magnet system with helium reliquefaction that can be placed in single storey laboratories. The new refrigeration technology in the magnet design means that periodic cryogen refills are not necessary.
Workflow-based software package for solid-state NMR in structural biology that provides menu-based, automated setup and acquisition of advanced multi-nuclear, multi-dimensional experiments. Includes a comprehensive library of protocols for structural biology, ensuring robust, secure spectrometer and probe setup.
New release of software for NMR screening of juices, pulps and purees with enhancements in increased quantification parameters and wider coverage, for targeted and non-targeted multi-marker analysis.
Sample automation system for Minispec mq and mq-one series providing fast exchange of 10 mm OD sample tubes and accurate sample temperatures, providing benefits for the common application of complex solid fat content analysis.
Thermo Fisher Scientific
2 Tesla magnet version of the compact, cryogen-free NMR spectrometer from Thermo Fisher Scientific.