Quality control spectrometer

Tuesday, 01 July, 2008 | Supplied by: Thermo Fisher Scientific

Thermo Fisher Scientific has unveiled its DXR SmartRaman spectrometer, the first Raman analyser designed specifically for quality control laboratory.

The device enables highly reproducible, high-specificity characterisation of materials directly through glass and plastic packaging. The system includes a laser power regulator.

Able to be fully validated with auto-alignment and rapid auto-calibration features, the dispersive spectrometer allows users to maintain peak performance while providing them with high confidence in their results.

The spectrometer is claimed to simplify Raman spectroscopy. The system is configured with Smart accessories and components that automatically identify themselves to the system. This permits automatic configuration and optimisation of the system with each accessory and provides serial numbers of accessories and components for inclusion in data records to support the validation process.

The system also includes a toolset to allow method developers to set up complex analytical methods that operators can execute with one touch of a button.

The device provides a means of verifying material ID and composition and it can distinguish between polymorphs. It is applicable to organic and covalently bonded inorganic materials.

It offers fast results and can accept samples in a wide variety of forms (eg, bottles, vials, capillary tubes, NMR tubes, labels, blister packs, films and wellplates).

In addition to the spectrometer, the company has also launched the DXR Raman microscope.


Online: thermofisher.com
Phone: 1300 735 292
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