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Raman Analyzer

Renishaw PLC, Spectroscopy Products Div.Request Info
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Raman AnalyzerThe Virsa Raman analyzer from Renishaw PLC features WiRE 5.5 software, enabling its users to analyze samples outside of the confines of the laboratory microscope using remote fiber optic probes.

Expanding the use of Raman spectroscopy to new samples, applications, and environments, the system features LiveTrack focus-tracking technology and a new Monitor software module. Real-time analysis can be performed on large samples that have irregular surfaces, are changing shape as they undergo phase changes, or that move, such as those on production lines. This versatile system has a modest footprint and can be used on a bench or mounted in an industry-standard 19-in. rack.

Jul/Aug 2021

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