New Raman spectrometer speeds up analytical workflows
Jan 14 2021
Anton Paar has launched the new Cora 5001 series of Raman spectrometers. Innovative features such as an autofocus provide excellent usability, speed, and quality of results. The areas of use range from quality control applications to industrial and academic research.
“The development of the second generation of our Raman spectrometers incorporated a lot of user feedback which has resulted in an autofocus and specialised accessories for this compact benchtop instrument,” reports Lars Wallbaum, Product Manager for Raman spectrometers at Anton Paar. “Users will benefit from the unmatched speed of Raman spectroscopy and very easy workflows and it is possible to work with the spectrometer practically right out of the box.”
Different applications require different solutions. Cora 5001 is available either with a fixed measuring compartment or with a flexible fiber probe for measurements outside the instrument. A comprehensive range of sample holders completes the product portfolio.
Finding the right focus is crucial for spectrometry results especially when opaque liquids, powders, or solids need to be measured. The Cora 5001 autofocus replaces time-consuming manual optimisation by an automatic and precise adjustment of the motorised sample stage.
To cover the widest range of samples the “Dual-core” Raman option offers the choice of two different wavelengths (from 532 nm, 785 nm, and 1064 nm) in one instrument. Each Raman core is a fully equipped independent optical spectrometer system. This yields maximum signal while working around the possible fluorescence of samples by allowing users to change the excitation wavelength with the push of a button.
The Cora 5001 features a certified laser safety which enables operation without the need for costly safety measures. Moreover, this analyser has a small footprint, low weight of less than 10 kg, and a battery option make these benchtop Raman instruments versatile tools for analytical tasks in-house or in the field.
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