Rigaku Analytical Devices, a market leader in handheld 1064nm Raman technology, has announced its next-generation 1064nm handheld Raman analyzer - the Rigaku ResQ CQL. The improved ergonomics, analytical performance and sample presentation of ResQ™ CQL™ makes it even easier to perform chemical analysis of powders, liquids, gels and mixtures – even in non-visible amounts. The ResQ CQL analyzer was introduced this week at JASIS 2018, held in Tokyo, Japan.
Based on the combination of an award-winning platform and proven performance, the ResQ CQL analyzer offers first responders, border protection and law enforcement an advanced method for identifying potential threats in an improved tactical form factor, thus improving functionality particularly in high stress environments. Its standard library contains over 13,000 chemicals - including explosives, chemical warfare agents (CWAs), precursors, hazardous chemicals, narcotics, cutting agents, pesticides, steroids and more - as well as the added capabilities to upgrade, transfer and translate entries. By utilizing the 1064nm Raman advantage, users are able to reduce sample fluorescence and identify colored substances or scan through colored packaging, allowing the user to identify more.
Additional smart features available include:
“With the introduction of the handheld ResQ CQL analyzer, users are able to experience the advanced analytical chemical identification of the 1064nm Raman advantage, in a new tactical form factor,” said Bree Allen, President of Rigaku Analytical Devices. “This will provide our defense and security agencies with the tool of choice for a safer response.
As the first to introduce handheld 1064nm Raman technology, we are very excited to introduce ResQ CQL to the market as part of our continued innovation.”
The ResQ CQL analyzer is supported by Rigaku’s global sales and support distribution team, offering 24//7 Reachback support, library updates and software upgrades for the life of the analyzer.