The DeltaNu range of Raman spectroscopy and microscopy products is suitable for use in the commercial and government markets. The company’s range of portable Raman spectrometers include the Pharm.ID, the smallest and lightest, suitable for non-destructive pharmaceutical identification. It is palm-sized, easy to use and identifies and validates excipients and active pharmaceutical ingredients (API) wherever testing is needed.
Inspector Raman is a robust, battery-powered, handheld dispersive Raman spectrometer designed for the non-destructive, real-time identification of solids, liquids, pastes and slurries. It can collect samples through sealed bags, transparent bottles, flasks, vials and ampoules to protect users from direct exposure to hazardous substances.
RockHound is a handheld, easy-to-use field analysis spectrometer that gives students, teachers and researchers all the benefits of Raman spectroscopy outside of a laboratory setting. Using a simple point-and-shoot attachment, it obtains the Raman signature of minerals, rocks and soils. Unknown samples are identified by comparing each one with a library containing more than 500 samples.
ObserveR is a handheld medium-range, stand-off Raman system for the identification of explosives, chemicals, toxic industrial chemicals (TICs) and toxic industrial materials (TIMs) in the chem/bio and threat detection markets. This unit features up to 4 h of continuous use with its rechargeable battery, has onboard library matching capabilities and a high storage capacity for large libraries that are user-programmable for new entries.
The Rapid.ID lightweight Raman spectrometer performs non-destructive identification of chemicals and materials in real time, whenever and wherever testing is needed. It is easy to learn and use, making it suitable for non-technical personnel in the chemicals, consumer products, medical devices, pharmaceuticals and plastics industries.
ReporteR lightweight Raman spectrometer is used for the non-destructive identification of narcotics, industrial chemicals, hazardous materials and explosives. Identification of unknown substances is made by comparing its unique spectroscopic fingerprint to that of the reference materials stored in the ReporteR’s spectral library. It is used in multiple markets including crime labs, emergency management services, law enforcement, government agencies and the military.