Bayspec RamSpec™-HR High-Resolution 1064 Raman Spectrometer | Fluorescence-free NIR Raman

BaySpec RamSpec HR

BaySpec’s RamSpec™-HR dispersive 1064 nm benchtop Raman spectrometers are turn-key solutions designed for best-in-class performance and resolution for dispersive 1064 nm Raman spectroscopy, offering maximum fluorescence background suppression. The system is equipped with three dedicated, highly efficient VPGgratings and an innovative, deep-cooled InGaAs detector to produce high-resolution (4 cm-1) and high-quality dispersive 1064 Raman spectra with full spectral coverage (100-3200 cm-1). The rugged benchtop platform of the RamSpec™-HR is an ideal system to replace bulky, slow, expensive and hard-to-operate FT-Raman systems. Both direct sampling option and Raman fiber probe attachment option are available.

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Bayspec RamSpec™ Deep-Cooled Benchtop Raman Spectrometer

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BaySpec’s RamSpec™ series Raman spectrometers are turn-key solutions designed for best-in-class performance and long-term reliability. Integrating an ultra-sensitive, deep-cooled transmission spectrometer, a class 3B laser source, an optional integrated computer and fiber connectivity, the RamSpec™ offers a high-performance scientific-grade Raman system in a rugged, portable benchtop platform.

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Bayspec Nomadic: Three wavelength Raman research microscope

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Key Features

  • Available with  532 nm, 785 nm, and 1064 nm excitation wavelength to record Raman and/or fluorescence images
  • Three independent, high-throughput, transmission-based spectrometers for maximum performance and minimal effort to change wavelengths
  • Integrated research-grade Olympus® microscope
  • Deep-cooled CCD and InGaAs detectors for high sensitivity and low noise detection
  • High-resolution option (2 cm-1)
  • Complete software for data and multivariate image analysis
  • Competitive pricing

Extend the range of Raman Spectroscopy with Ondax THz-Raman


Ondax’s patented THz-Raman® Spectroscopy Systems extend the range of traditional Raman spectroscopy into the terahertz/low-frequency regime, exploring the same range of energy transitions as terahertz spectroscopy – without limiting the ability to measure the fingerprint region. The THz-Raman spectral region covers both Stokes and anti-Stokes signals from ±5 cm-1 to 200 cm-1, (or 150 GHz to 6 THz), which contain important structural information about the molecule or crystal lattice. This region reveals a new “Structural Fingerprint” to complement the traditional “Chemical Fingerprint” of Raman, enabling simultaneous analysis of both molecular structure and chemical composition in one instrument for advanced materials characterization.

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