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Raman Microspectrometer Modules
- Up to three laser modules can be chosen from the following wavelengths:
- 405, 532, 638, 785, 830 nm & more
- The lasers and Raman spectrometers are all solid state for extreme durability
- Optics and hardware optimised for spectroscopy
Fast and easy Raman spectroscopy of microscopic sampling areas is now available following the introduction of the CRAIC Artemis™ and Apollo II™ Raman Spectrometers - available as add-ons for modern research grade microscopes, or as an option for CRAIC's existing range of UV-Vis-NIR Microspectrophotometers.
Apollo II™ Raman Microspectrometer
- Stackable modules for versatility
Perfect for research, metrology and quality control, the CRAIC Apollo II™ Raman system has been designed specifically for microscopic sample analysis by employing optimised optics, software and hardware throughout its modular design.
The sensitive Apollo II™ modules are available with a number of different laser wavelengths and up to three can be combined for the ultimate in experimental flexibility. Easy to use and economical to own and operate, they enable rapid sample analysis within life sciences, materials science, chemistry and physics.
Each module includes a choice of Raman-grade diode laser - from 405 to 830 nm, imaging and microscope optical interface, integrated TE cooled CCD detector, durable solid-state Raman spectrometer, and software from CRAIC - the experts in microspectroscopy.
CRAIC Apollo II™ Raman Spectrometer
- Extremely high sensitivity
- High resolution
- Broad spectral range
- Fast scan times
Artemis™ Raman Microspectrometer
- Virtual slit technology for ultra-high resolution
The CRAIC Artemis™ Raman microspectrometer is designed to obtain the highest quality Raman spectra from microscopic samples. As such, it is perfect for research, metrology and inspection of microscopic sampling areas in fields such as life sciences, materials science, chemistry and physics.
The microspectrometer features patented virtual slit technology that dramatically increases the sensitivity of the spectrometer, offers an extraordinarily large spectral range, yet maintains the high speeds and spectral resolution for which CRAIC microspectrometers are known.
Based on a modular design, each module includes laser excitation, optical interface, Raman spectrometer and software.
Modules are offered with different lasers wavelengths and two can be used together for the ultimate in experimental flexibility.
CRAIC Artemis™ Raman Spectrometer
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