Handheld Raman Analyzers

Used by drug enforcement, pharmaceutical companies, and transport security units, handheld Raman analyzers provide information about molecular vibrations that can be used to quickly identify and quantify substances. Typically, the device shines a lazer beam on a sample and scattered light is detected and analysed to give a Raman spectrum of a sample.

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Featured Medical Devices
FirstGuard™ is a new breed of handheld instrumentation, designed to be taken into the factory warehouse or the field for real-time, fast sample measurements. Equipped with an integrated vial holder, switchable lithium ion battery, and optional barcode reader, the FirstGuard is ideal for GMP facilities and is configured with secure software for 21 CRF part 11 compliance.
Need the sensitivity of 785nm, but sometimes have fluorescence issues? XantusTM–2 is the world’s first dual wavelength handheld Raman analyzer. It is designed specifically to overcome the intrinsic fluorescence issues found in many materials. Its two wavelengths give you the largest array of materials analysis device on the market today.
Other Medical Devices
Xantus-Mini is designed to meet the needs of people on the move, allowing personnel to quickly and accurately identify unknown chemical substances on the spot. It is battery operated, lightweight, ruggedized, and easy to use. The Xantus platform is flexible to accommodate different excitation wavelengths and detector array options, ideal for integration on tactical robots.
PharmaID is the smallest, lightest solution for cost-effective, non-destructive pharmaceutical identification.
The “500” class of Raman analyzers is equipped with higher wavelength Raman excitation (1030 nm laser) for the specialized case of testing samples that exhibit high fluorescence.