Raman Spectroscopy

Raman Spectroscopy
by Scientific optical solutions ltd


The Dimension Raman Systems The Dimension Raman systems provide the power of high sensitivity and resolution at extraordinary values through the integration of proprietary design in optics and state-of-the-art CCD detectors. The Dimension Raman Systems are powered by LSI's RamanSoft™, complete with user-friendly interfaces for data acquisition, data processing and data analysis. The Dimension-P1™...read more

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The Dimension Raman Systems

The Dimension Raman systems provide the power of high sensitivity and resolution at extraordinary values through the integration of proprietary design in optics and state-of-the-art CCD detectors. The Dimension Raman Systems are powered by LSI's RamanSoft™, complete with user-friendly interfaces for data acquisition, data processing and data analysis. The Dimension-P1™, as well as the more compact Dimension-P2™, comes with LSI's high efficiency Vector Raman Probe™ as well as internal sample cell and/or External Sampling Module for superior versatility. They both are available in high or standard resolution models.
Features:
Unique fiber bundle yields exceptional signal throughput.
Use of Vector Raman Probe and sample cells for wider applications.
Computer control of laser power.
Auto-calibration with calibration kit.
Innovative and proprietary automatic background removal algorithms.
Wavenumber range selection for database analysis. Benefits:
Proprietary fiber coupling for enhanced stability.
Hardware-software integration with customers in mind.
Resolution, sensitivity powered by user-friendly interfaces.
Data processing that speeds analysis and reporting.
Integrated data acquisition and database searching.
Application-driven solutions.

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Raman Spectroscopy by Scientific optical solutions ltd
Raman Spectroscopy

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