It?s the product defined by military, law enforcement and first responder users of older-generation Raman analyzers. ?We asked ?what do you want in your next generation Raman analyzer?? ?Then we designed the Chem-500 to our customer?s specifications and expectations ? Better analytical performance, on board HazmasterG3 ?so what does that mean? decision support software, more flexible accessories and sampling ? all at nearly half the price of their existing Raman analyzers.
Meets IP67 & Mil Spec 810g standards
Large, Vibrant 5.5? color touch screen display
Powered by Surefire 123A or Li-ion batteries.
WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS on-board (can be hardware disabled)
IR Status indicator for night and clandestine operations
The 1030 nm laser analyzes fluorescing materials like explosives and street drugs better. ?For example consider real-world Semtex that contains pigments and binders. ?Figure 1a shows the Raman spectrum from a Semtex sample using a 785 nm laser, and Fig. 1b shows the same material analyzed with the 1030 nm laser source. ?The ?1030 nm spectrum is virtually clear of fluorescence. ?The suppressed fluorescence means minimal pre-processing and superior SNR, thus faster testing times with less laser energy dumped into sample. ?The result is a statistically better material ID with reduced risk of sample ignition and improved operator safety.