This extended range spectrometer with integrated laser is designed to give you control and flexibility in your sampling optics while covering the full fingerprint and functional bands, which makes it compatible with many applications. The onboard laser controls are provided through the spectrometer for ease of use and automated operation, with a single cord for power.
Are you developing a product? We offer an equally sensitive but streamlined OEM design with excellent stability and reproducibility.
|DETECTOR COOLING OPTIONS|
|TEC-Regulated (-R)||TEC-Cooled (-C)|
|Spectral Range*||100-3600 cm-1||200-3350 cm-1|
|Resolution||10 µm slit||7 cm-1||7 cm-1|
|25 µm slit||8 cm-1||9 cm-1|
|50 µm slit||13 cm-1||13 cm-1|
|Detector TEC setpoint||10 ± 0.2°C||-15 ± 0.2°C|
|Integration time||3 ms – 60 s||8 ms – 60 s|
|Spectrometer Input||SMA 905 connector (lens or FC/PC optional), f/1.3 (0.39 NA)|
|Laser Type||785 nm, multimode|
|Laser Power||Up to 450 mW, control via ENLIGHTENTM software|
|Laser Output||FC connector|
*Start and end wavenumber may be customized, but total range is fixed. Contact us for options.
Note: Specifications are subject to change based on available components & manufacturing data.
We offer two detector cooling options for the WP 785 ER Raman spectrometer + laser, allowing you to balance your desired signal to noise and temperature stability against power draw and cost for maximum value:
Need advice? Contact us to discuss what’s best for your specific application.
|Operating Software||ENLIGHTENTM Raman spectroscopy software & SDKs included
|Library Matching||Identify Raman spectra via Wiley's KnowItAll Raman Identification Pro
(free 1-year trial, fully integrated into ENLIGHTENTM)
|Data Interface||USB 2.0 Type B receptacle|
|Max Sampling Rate||> 250 Hz|
|Power Draw||<1500 mW @ 12 V|
|Operating Temperature||0°C to 40°C, non-condensing|
|Dimensions||20.0 x 13.5 x 7.1 cm|
We’ve made it our mission to design compact, portable Raman without compromise – instruments that deliver superior sensitivity at a cost-effective price point. We place one of our own perfectly matched, patented volume phase holographic (VPH) gratings at the heart of every spectrometer. With uniform response and low loss, these gratings enable a compact and highly efficient all-transmission optical design that minimizes loss and maximizes stability for consistent, high-SNR spectra.
The pattern of peaks in a Raman spectrum is unique to the sample, providing a fingerprint which can be used to identify or analyze the material. The ‘fingerprint’ region up to 1500 cm-1 is often enough to confirm identity, while the extended ‘functional’ region out to 3600 cm-1 includes bands for additional, functional groups in a molecule. In addition to our standard models, we can design custom range spectrometers for OEMs. See below for common Raman spectral bands.
Need something slightly different? We offer a variety of alternate spectrometer models and system setups, and can offer expert advice on which may be the right match for your application. Consider the options below, or explore our full family of Raman products.
These drop-in modules form the heart of our standard products – in fact, our optical bench is our OEM bench – allowing you to perform R&D with our standard products and then migrate to the OEM equivalent for prototyping and production with no loss of performance. Learn more about our our ‘OEM by design’ philosophy.
Choosing the right Raman wavelength for your application is a question of balancing sensitivity and selectivity. Although shorter wavelengths deliver the strongest Raman signal, fluorescence background can degrade signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) if the wrong wavelength is used. That’s why we offer wavelengths from 248-1064 nm, matching your specific needs and sample type to the best wavelength for the application. Explore our alternate wavelengths below. Still unsure of what you need? Contact us for a personal consultation or sample testing.