RAMOS RU120. Basic automated Raman spectrometer
RAMOS RU120 basic compact Raman spectrometer is a standalone research instrument designed to perform spectral measurements with capabilities at the level of high-end systems.
Spectrometer RAMOS RU120 has a rigid, moving parts free design that does not require adjustments, has both high sensitivity and high spectral resolution, and equipped with a builtin single-mode laser.
RAMOS RU120 can be equipped with Raman fiber optic probes.
A wide range of capabilities, high reliability, and compact size allow RAMOS RU120 to be used for a wide range of scientific and industrial applications.
The objects for complex research can be semiconductors, minerals, polymers, pharmaceutical and biological substances, coatings, and other materials.
|The characteristic spectra of aspirin and paracetamol.|
The Raman spectrum of paracetamol has characteristic peaks near 1650 cm-1 (C = O stretching vibration) and 1612 cm-1 (N-H stretching vibration).
The Raman spectrum of aspirin has characteristic bands of 1606 cm-1 (C-C stretching vibration) and 1622 cm-1 (C-O vibration of carboxyl group).
Configuration with 532 nm laser *
Configuration with 785 nm laser *
1-100% with 1% step
1-100% with 1% step
~7 cm-1 or ~4 cm-1
~7 cm-1 or ~3 cm-1
70 – 4 700 cm-1 or 70 – 3 155 cm-1
50 – 3 500 cm-1 or 50 – 2 140 cm-1
Edge/Notch or Bragg Notch
16 e rms
|Peak sensitivity wavelength|
10 ms – 60 s
1200 or 1800 l/mm
|PC connection interface|
100 – 240 VAC, 50 –60 Hz
100 x 235 x 56 mm
* – Other wavelengths are available on request
Visualization of cellular components with minimum perturbation
Characterization of minerals, detection of components distribution and their phase transitions
Investigation of various materials with high spatial resolution – superconductors, polymers, coatings, composites, carbon nanotubes, graphene, etc
Identification and distribution of chemical components and molecular conformers in various drugs
A promising technique for researching the composition of skincare products as well as their penetration ability
Heritage and Art, Gemology
Determination of pigments and binding agents used in painting
Spectroscopic analysis of archaeological samples (ceramics, glass, etc.) gives information on their origins and history
Rapid identification of precious and semi-precious stones, e.g. identification of natural and synthetic diamonds
Determination of polymers microstructure and composition, including qualitative analysis of copolymers, determination of additives and fillers (plasticizers, pigments, colorants, etc.)
Kinetics research: polymerization, destruction processes (chemical or thermal)
Identification of unknown substances, different types of fibers, glasses, paints, explosive materials, inks, narcotic and toxic substances, proof of authenticity of documents