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Raman microscopes are spectroscopic instruments used to study vibrational, rotational, and other low-frequency modes in a system. There are a number of types of Raman microscopes, including surface-enhanced, resonance, tip-enhanced, polarised, stimulated (analogous to stimulated emission), transmission, spatially-offset and hyper Raman.
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The HORIBA Jobin Yvon Raman division utilises state of-the-art design technology such as CAD, grating simulation and optics software to enable the T64000 to offer the very highest performance, flexibility and sampling capabilities. Each completed system undergoes rigorous and complete QC testing prior to delivery, and is installed by trained engineers.
The EZRaman-xB is the ultra low cost portable Raman system with very good perfromance. It is designed to enable routine Raman spectroscopy applications requiring reliable and accurate measurements. The EZRaman-xB has the best performance-to-cost ratio of all Raman Systems currently available.
Since being launched, the Renishaw inVia Raman microscope has become the world's best selling research Raman system. The inVia Raman microscope combines simplicity of operation with the high performance and unparalleled flexibility for which Renishaw Raman systems are renowned.
The intuitive, easy-to-use OPUS software controls all data collection and manipulation functions for the MultiRAM. The real-time spectrum display permits software control of the analysis conditions, including optimization of the laser power and the sample position.
The PerkinElmer® RamanMicro™ 300 is a Raman microscope system designed to produce high quality Raman data from either physically small samples such as fibers and single crystals or from small areas of larger samples such as contamination on a surface. When fitted with the software controlled motorized stage, it is also an ideal system for chemical imaging (the study of component distribution across the surface of a sample) or depth profiling.
The XploRA is a new concept in Raman microscopy, bringing Raman chemical identification directly to your microscope. The XploRA can be coupled to both upright and inverted microscopes, allowing analysis of all sample types, ranging from semiconductors and nano-materials, through to biological cells and tissues.
Instruments in the EZRaman-I Raman Series are designed for great portability and convenience. The systems provide the best performance, best sensitivity, and quality at a very competitive price. They are easy to use, reliable, and robust for both in-field and laboratory routine Raman spectroscopy applications.
Enwave's handheld Raman analyzers are ideal for Hazmat, police and security, as well as incoming material authentication applications. These analyzers provide the best performance and quality at a very competitive price. They are also easy to use, accurate, and reliable as your first line of defense for substance identification and authentication.
RamanScopeIII is based on a next generation, 'hybrid' platform that can accommodate multiple wavelengths of Raman excitation. The new RamanScopeIII system can be coupled to Bruker Optics' multi-range fully digital FT-Raman module, the RAM II, as well as the standalone MultiRAM FT-Raman spectrometer.