BaySpec Introduces World’s First Palm-Sized 1064nm Handheld Raman Analyzer at the Sixth International Conference on Advanced Vibrational Spectroscopy (ICAVS-6)
SAN JOSE, CA–(June 12, 2011) – BaySpec, Inc., a world leader in handheld spectral devices for small and large molecular chemical identification, announces the introduction of the 1064-MiniTM, a palm-sized, dispersive handheld Raman analyzer based on 1064 nm excitation. Built on BaySpec’s XantusTM platform, the 1064-Mini features BaySpec’s proprietary high throughput Volume Phase Grating (VPG)TM technology, ruggedized packaging, battery operation and easy to use on-board analysis software. The 1064-Mini is the smallest 1064 nm handheld Raman analyzer for performing routine Raman analyzes on the market today. The new 1064-mini Handheld Raman Analyzer will be featured at the 6th International Conference on Advanced Vibrational Spectroscopy held June 12-17th, 2011 in Sonoma County, California. Please visit BaySpec’s booth for a live demonstration.
• Fast data acquisition with flexible sample ID library development
• Ultra mini-compact package
• Thermoelectrically cooled detector array for high sensitivity
• Wide -20 to +40 deg C temperature range
• Operates in high +85% relative humidity environments
• Wireless enabled
• Weights less than 2 lbs (<1 kg)
• Shown with iPad Touch (not included)
Raman spectroscopy is an effective technique for highly detailed, non-contact, non-destructive chemical information on a host of samples. However, many materials show significant light induced fluorescence when Raman spectrometers with 532nm or 785nm excitation wavelengths are used. The fluorescence interference in 'real-world" samples are typically orders of magnitude higher than the useful Raman signal. BaySpec's new long-wavelength 1064nm Raman spectral engines are capable of overcoming this fluorescence interference enabling the practical application of Raman technology in the field.
For the first time in analytical instrumentation history, a ruggedized, handheld, dispersive long-wavelength 1064nm Raman spectroscopic instrumentation is available for overcoming fluorescence issues seen at shorter excitation wavelengths. This new handheld instrumentation provides great potential for rapid, direct, on-site Raman analysis. Raman analysis has applications in food safety, homeland security, forensics, narcotics investigation, law enforcement, chemical, biochemical, and pharmaceutical compound identifications to name a few.
BaySpec, Inc., founded in 1999 with 100% research, development and manufacturing in the USA (San Jose, California), is a vertically integrated spectral sensing company. The company designs, manufactures and markets advanced spectral instruments, from UV-VIS-NIR spectrometers, to Handheld and Portable NIR and Raman Analyzers, to Soft and Deep-cooled Detector/Cameras, to laser and other light sources, and Microspectroscopy Instruments. Ideal for the current and emerging markets of biomedical, pharmaceutical, chemical, food, semiconductor, homeland security, fiber sensing and optical telecommunications applications. For more information, contact BaySpec at: firstname.lastname@example.org; +1(408)512-5928; or visit www.bayspec.com
For North American sales of Handheld Raman Analyzers, please contact: Applied Rigaku Technologies, Inc., 9825 Spectrum Drive Bldg. 4 Suite 475, Austin, Texas USA 78717, email: email@example.com, Tel: +1 (512)225-1796.
For Japan sales of Handheld Raman Analyzers, please contact: Rigaku Corporation, 4-14-4, Sendagaya, Shibuya-Ku, Tokyo 151-0051, JAPAN, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Tel: +81 3-3479-0618.
For Asia-Pacific sales of Handheld Raman Analyzers, please contact: Rigaku Asia and Pacific Ltd., Hong Kong, email: email@example.com, Mobile: ++852 93267211.
For other Countries/Territories and products, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, call +1 (408)512-5928, or visit our website: www.bayspec.com for more information.
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