Raman spectrometer from Horiba Scientific has 785 nm excitation wavelength

April 30, 2018
The AnywhereRaman instrument combines a spectrometer, laser, ball probe, and acquisition computer in one instrument. 

The AnywhereRaman instrument combines a spectrometer, laser, ball probe, and acquisition computer in one instrument. The ball probe with TouchRaman immersion technology lets users touch the sample and acquire data. Its excitation wavelength is 785 nm, with a spectral range of 150–3150 cm-1. It measures 2 × 9.8 × 9.8 in.

Horiba Scientific

Edison, NJ

http://horiba.com/anywhereraman

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