LDIR Chemical Imaging System by Agilent Technologies

Manufacturer Agilent Technologies  |  Available Worldwide
The Agilent 8700 Laser Direct Infrared (LDIR) provides a sophisticated new approach to chemical imaging and infrared spectral analysis. Designed to be used by experts and nonexperts alike, the 8700 LDIR provides a simple, highly automated approach for obtaining reliable high-definition chemical images of constituents on surface.


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The Agilent 8700 Laser Direct Infrared (LDIR) provides a sophisticated new approach to chemical imaging and infrared spectral analysis. Designed to be used by experts and nonexperts alike, the 8700 LDIR provides a simple, highly automated approach for obtaining reliable high-definition chemical images of constituents on surface.

Using the 8700 LDIR, you can analyze more samples, in greater detail, in minutes vs. hours. With automated workflows for pharmaceutical tablets and microplastics in environmental samples, as well as capabilities for analyzing tissues, laminates, polymers, and fibers, the 8700 can help you make better, faster decisions in product development, reducing costs and analysis time.

Features:

  • Enables expert spectroscopists and trained technicians to analyze and characterize samples rapidly and accurately
  • Highly automated workflow for chacterizing surface distribution of components in pharmecutical tablets
  • Automated chemical imaging workflow for microplastics in environmental samples and drinking water
  • Ability to survey and image large sample areas and then interrogate smaller areas of interest in more detail without changing any optics
  • Full control using Agilent Clarity software
  • Change the field of view from microns to centimeters or the pixel size from 1 to 40 µm, and acquire ATR imaging data with pixel size as small as 0.1 μm for unmatched image detail and spectral quality
  • Rapidly identify unknowns using either commercial or custom libraries via ATR capabilities
  • Obtain relative quantitative information of sample constituents without complex method development
  • Quantum cascade laser (QCL) and thermoelectrically cooled detectors eliminate the need for liquid nitrogen, reducing operating costs and simplifying maintenance
  • Simple load-and-go methods require minimal instrument interaction, and small footprint saves laboratory bench space

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LDIR Chemical Imaging System

Manufacturer Agilent Technologies  |  Available Worldwide

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