Laboratory-grade Raman performance wherever you need it
Renishaw has developed the Virsa Raman Analyser using its expertise in optical design and detector technologies. It combines the power of laboratory?grade Raman with the convenience of a transportable unit.
We have more than 80 offices in 36 countries, with over 4,500 employees worldwide. Around 3,000 people are employed within the UK where we carry out the majority of our research and development and manufacturing.
Features and Benefits :
- Flexible, remote sampling with fibre-optic probes. A generous 5 metres of cabling is standard; other lengths are available on request
- Avoid fluorescence with dual laser wavelength options. Use 532 nm and 785 nm separately through individual probes or through the same objective lens with stacked probes
- High spatial resolution probe options give rapid microscopic analysis
- Precisely locate and focus on the target with the optional motorised, encoded three-axis probe mount and video-equipped probes
- Controlled by Renishaw's powerful WiRETM (Windows-based Raman Environment) software for the acquisition of Raman data and for dedicated data processing and analysis
This versatile system has a modest footprint. It can be used on a bench or mounted in an industry-standard 19? rack. This makes it ideal for researchers wanting to expand the application of Raman beyond traditional laboratory-based microscope systems.
Furthering Raman's potential
The Virsa Raman Analyser has been designed with versatility in mind. Select from a range of features to suit your needs.
|Excitation wavelength - 532 nm and/or 785 nm
|? Choose one or both wavelengths
|Virsa fibre-optic probes:
|? At least one probe included as standard
|5 m fibre-optic cabling
|Additional lengths available
|? One lens provided
|Additional lenses available
|Laptop with Renishaw's Windows-based Raman environment (WiRE) software
|Raman Assist - Online training modules
|Raman Assist - Installation, training and support
|Service level agreement
|Video viewer (through-lens direct sample viewing)
|SB100 computer controlled, three-axis probe positioner
|Probe objective turret (for easy switching between multiple objective lenses)
|Spectral databases for identifying unknown materials
|Advanced data analysis modules