The Raman shifts range from 175 cm-1 to 3600 cm-1 and it is also conveniently equipped with a fixed slit of 50 µm. Additionally, the spectrometer also features a 2048 pixel CMOS detector which is not only extremely stable but also known for enhanced native UV/NIR response.
The spectrometer which has advanced electronics and communications is only the size of a deck of cards, though with excellent temperature and wavelength stability.
The Eddu Raman system boasts a low stray light design which allows stray light levels in that are as low as 0.2%. It also boasts a super-fast response time with data transfer speeds that are as fast as 4.6 ms/scan. This also includes integration times that range from 30 µs to 50 s.
The system comes in two configurations. First is 532nm laser excitation with 0.1nm laser widths and adjustable power until 200mW.
The second 785 nm configuration has a laser with 0.2nm line width, with adjustable power from 0 to 300 mW.
The Eddu Raman System also features a compact Raman probe which can go as low as 175cm-1 for the Raman shift. It is equipped with a high-quality 20X N.A 40 microscope objective which has a working distance of 11.8 mm and can be used in a variety of ways making it super convenient.
This super convenient Raman System is highly portable, easy to use, and also compatible with Spectragryph© software. What makes it a must-have is that its scalability. The 11.8 mm long working distance makes it suitable for a number of applications making it highly efficient.
If you wish to use the Eddu Raman System for non-commercial purposes, your order will be accompanied by Spectragryph research-grade software. Use it for measurements of intensity, Raman, absorbance transmission, and a wide range of other functionalities.
For commercial use, there is an upgrade fee of the Spectragryph license from noncommercial to commercial use.
Please, contact firstname.lastname@example.org for commercial use license.
The Eddu Raman System can be used for a wide range of applications for a range of fields such as the following:
- Raman Spectroscopy.
- Geology and Mineralogy.
- Environmental Science.
- Semiconductor & Solar industry.
- Food & Agriculture industry.
- Pharmaceutical industry.
- Chemical processes.
- Medical diagnosis.
- Forensic analysis.
The Eddu Raman System should be supported with the following accessories:
- A wide range of stands of stability stands for the Raman probe with XYZ micro motions (Thunder Optics can offer S-Stand, M-Stand or L-Stand).
- Standard Stand with Z micro motions.
- Cuvette Holder for liquid samples.
- Advanced license for the software.