Dispersive Raman imaging is well suited for the most demanding research areas, including pharmaceuticals, polymers, plastics and nanotechnology.
Its main application is in carbon analysis (natural diamond, amorphous, DLC), as well as organics and inorganics. For example, it can be used to analyze the Raman spectrum of DLC coating on SS.
An FTIR-IR microscope (Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy-infrared microscope) can identify functional groups and molecular structure on the basis of individual absorbance characteristics. For example, it can analyze the IR spectrum of polymide film.
This ability is useful for analyzing all organics, including organic thin film, laminate and fibre, organic contaminants and additives, and some organic powder.
The FTIR-IR microscope allows for analysis in transmission mode and reflection mode.
15x Cassegrain objective
15x Cassegrain condenser
5,000 to 700cm-1 (narrow band)
5,000 to 650cm-1 (middle band)
Liquid nitrogen monitoring fucntion
TGS Defector (Option)
Wavenumber range: 4,600 to 400cm-1
Automatically switches between detectors, if equipped with multiple detectors
Supports for Observation and Measurements
Automatic adjustment function for Condenser mirror
Automatic ATR measurement (with purchase of pressure sensor)
Designed in accordance with the governing European and Japanese Pharmacopoeia.
Achieves a resolution of 1 nm.
Easily satisfies the standards of wavelength resolution demanded by the European Pharmacopoeia.
Measurement Wavelength Range
190 to 1,100nm
1nm (190 to 1,100nm)
0.1nm increments (1nm increments when setting scanning range)
±0.05nm at D2 peak 656.1nm,
±0.3nm for entire range
Wavelength Slew Rate
Approx. 29,000 nm/min
Wavelength Scanning Speed
3,000 to 2 nm/min
29,000 nm/min when survery scanning