Raman Kits and Accessories

  • Ocean Insight Raman Spectrometer Bundle

    Ocean Insight Raman Spectrometer Bundle

    For simple and accessible Raman analysis in a convenient instrument footprint, consider the RAMAN-BUNDLE-HDX-785. Anchored by the high-performance 785 nm Ocean HDX Raman spectrometer, this application-ready system also includes a 785 nm laser, sampling accessories and software for probe-based Raman measurements.

    Its compact size and great affordability make the Ocean Insight Ocean HDX Raman spectrometer an attractive option for bundling – a ready-for-action package for lab use or integration into other devices.

  • TOPTICA TopWave 229 Industrial CW Laser for DUV Raman

    TOPTICA TopWave 229 Industrial CW Laser for DUV Raman

    The TOPTICATopWave 229 is an exciting new choice for deep UV spectroscopists looking for an easy to use and reliable laser that enables the user to focus on their application rather than worrying about the light source. With its short wavelength and an ultra-narrow laser linewidth (< 1 MHz ≙ < 4 x 10-5 cm-1), the TopWave 229 provides the key features to take on an important role as excitation source in the field of deep UV Raman and deep UV fluorescence spectroscopy.

  • Thorlabs Modular Raman Spectroscopy Kit

    Thorlabs Modular Raman Spectroscopy Kit

    The ThorlabsRaman Spectroscopy Kit is a modular spectroscopy system that features a large (2.3 mm x 3.2 mm) coded aperture at the spectrograph input instead of a traditional slit to achieve a high signal-to-noise ratio (700:1), a low power density (at the sample), and room temperature operation. A pseudo-Hadamard mask of order 64, i.e., a defined pattern of elements for intensity modulation, is used at the input to increase the total light throughput of the system while maintaining high spectral resolution. This kit is designed for 785 nm excitation and an 815 nm to 915 nm (500 cm-1 to 1800 cm-1) detection range. 

  • Laser Quantum ventus

    Laser Quantum ventus

    The Laser Quantum ventus family of CW lasers is designed to exceed the demands of the scientific customer where flexibility, reliability and beam quality are critical. Each laser is highly compact, and can be operated via the control unit, simple software, Labview or with the Laser Quantum RemoteApp software that allows operation across the internet, and even connection for optimisation procedures.

    With MTTF figures in the hundreds of thousand hours, each laser is rigorously tested for impact resistance via a drop test, temperature and power cycling to ensure that every delivery works first time and exhibits long trouble free lifetimes.

    With a wavelength range covering 473nm to 671nm and powers from 50mW to 1.5W, all within the same housing, theventus family is ideal for research applications in biomedical imaging, microscopy, Raman spectroscopy, DNA sequencing, opto-genetics and anywhere a high specification, reliable laser is needed.

  • Laser Quantum ventus cw laser and Raman Spectroscopy animation

    Laser Quantum ventus cw laser and Raman Spectroscopy animation

    Based on the Raman spectroscopy technique, Laser Quantum has released its next animation video. Raman spectroscopy is a powerful technique for compound identification; both organic and inorganic specimen identification and polarisation analysis using either a fibre-coupled or a free-space laser. The animation focusses on the Laser Quantum ventus family, and how this continuous-wave family of lasers can bring out the key requirements for achieving the best Raman technique.

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  • Edmund Optics: Raman Edge Filters

    Edmund Optics: Raman Edge Filters

    Edmund Optics TECHSPEC® Raman Edge Filters  feature steep edges for detecting even the smallest Raman shifts. They are superior alternatives to more expensive holographic notch filters for Stokes Raman scattering measurements.