Analytik unveils range of Raman spectrometers
Cambridge-based Analytik has introduced the new DeltaNu Advantage series of Raman spectrometers.
DeltaNu’s Advantage series of Raman spectrometers claim to offer high performance for academic and industrial markets.
They can be used for analysing solutions, gels, powders and a wide range of solid materials.
Each benchtop Advantage system features the FSX Technology for highly reproducible and repeatable Raman spectra.
The systems incorporate DeltaNu’s patented Free Space Optical Design which means users are not forced to use fibre optic probes found in some competitive systems.
The Advantage series offers four standard options: 532 nm, 633 nm, 785 nm and 1064 nm.
Smaller than its predecessors, the Advantage now offers the improved version of their respected NuSpec suite of open architecture software.
Data collection is simplified with a GUI and has multiple file formats for data archiving.
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