Xantus Mini series is a line of wireless remote controlled (Smartphone enabled) RAMAN spectrometers designed to meet the need for “standoff” field identification of chemical substances and is ideal for integration with tactical robots.
Battery operated, light weight, ruggedized and easy-to-use, the analyzer delivers fast and accurate identification of unknown materials. The Xantus Mini platform was engineered to accommodate different excitation wavelengths and detector array options, providing the most flexible and cost-effective RAMAN spectrometer available today.
Each Xantus Mini is equipped with either a 532, 785, or 1064 nm laser stabilized for Raman spectroscopy. Output power: up to 499mW. Linewidth: 0.2 nm FWHM typical. At the heart of every instrument is a transmissive Volume Phase Grating (VPG) that delivers unsurpassed optical throughput. The 1064nm model offers the most chemically informative spectral region, leaving no pixels wasted. And the solid-state spectrograph array is customized to cover the 400 – 1850 cm-1 range, which is the most chemically informative spectral region.
Unlike most sample analysis techniques, there is no sample preparation needed for Xantus Mini. It can penetrate plastic bags or clear/amber-colored glass bottles while not altering or destroying the sample, thus maintaining sample integrity.
Xantus Mini Features:
- Choice of 532, 785, or 1064 nm lasers
- Smartphone enabled
- Wireless remote controlled operation
- Perfect for tactical robot integration
- Standoff operation
- No sample preparation
- Simple clean design
- Fast and accurate chemical identification
- Open spectral library
- Direct shooting or external vial holder
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