Building upon the powerful capabilities of the NRS-3000 series, the NRS-5000 Series Raman Spectrometer instruments provide even greater features and technological innovations.
The NRS Series of bench top, singly dispersive micro-Raman spectrometers are based on JASCO’s proven technology emphasizing sensitivity, reliability, and ease of operation from a PC-controlled optical system.
The innovative instrument design ensures freedom from daily adjustments and alignment. The laser(s), enclosed microscope, software-switched optics and a unique aberration-corrected polychromator with CCD detector provide an integrated package that is compact enough to fit on a laboratory bench.
With superb stability and effortless software controlled optics, the NRS Series Raman systems offer performance second to none, and with no time-consuming realignment. The integrated, automated x-y-z mapping stage with auto-focusing option allows full PC control. Complete operator safety is maintained by the fully enclosed automated sample chamber door which provides a 120 degree opening to allow full microscope access.
All NRS Series Raman instruments include a color CCD sample viewing system with image capture capability. For additional flexibility, a trinocular microscope attachment can be added for direct binocular viewing.
The NRS-5000 series instruments can integrate as many as 8 excitation lasers (9 wavelengths) from the UV to the NIR, automated laser/Raman scattering path alignment, automated grating and laser selection and up to two detectors. The NRS-5100/5200 instruments feature a 300 mm spectrograph and 3 selectable gratings. The NRS-5200 instrument offer a dual-grating, low wavenumber measurement unit for optimized Raleigh rejection and Raman spectra down to 10 cm-1.
The NRS-5000 Raman Spectrometer instruments offer high-speed imaging capability using the Software Programmable Raman Integration System (SPRIntS) for rapid scanning and sample imaging capabilities. The Verti-Scan capability ensures a consistent confocal sample excitation capability to obtain undistorted 3-D images, even without the use of an automated X-Y-Z sample stage. The Dual Spatial Filtering capability reduces sample fluorescence while enhancing spatial resolution.