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Process

 Raman 

Spectrometer System

  • High Speed Raman spectrometer for harsh industrial environment

  • 785 nm wavelength laser excitation

  • Class 3B laser, adjustable 50-500 mW by software and can be split up to 4 channels.  

  • Spectral range 300-3100 cm-1 

  • Spectral Resolution ~7cm-1 FWHM

  • Measurement of up to 4 measuring points at once with individual control to each point

  • tec5 proprietary design of 4-serial interlock chain

  • Class 1 Laser installation according to IEC 60825-1

  • Various IP-protected housing, tamper proof feauring RFID switch, lockable connectors available

What is Raman spectroscopy

  • Raman scattering is a form of molecular spectroscopy using the scattering of light by molecules. 

  • It provides intrinsic information of structure and properties of molecules generated from the interactions of incident light and vibrational bonds of the molecules. 

Advantages of Raman Spectroscopy 

  • Measurement can be done on any material form: 

    • solid, liquid, slurry, gas 

  • No sample preparation needed

  • Measurement can be done through transparent containers and glasses 

  • Insensitive to water bands

  • Sharp peaks with excellent selectivity on functional groups of molecules

  • Qualitative and Quantitative analysis  

Ecosystem of PAT Raman

Spectroscopy has potential to have a large impact to industry applications. To meet full expectations and potentials:  

  • The involvement of skilled spectroscopists / chemometricians is critical

  • Understand the technical issues and develop validate methods for the trained users

  • Instrument IQ/OQ/PQ and service protocols plus service are available

Non-contact Raman Spectroscopy for Bioprocess Monitoring of CHO Cell Cultivations

Process Raman Spectroscopy with High Optic Collection Efficiency for In-line Analytics

Non-invasive Inline Raman Analysis