Thermo Scientific™

Gemini™ Raman and FTIR Chemical Analyzer with LowDoseID

Catalog number: GEMINI
Thermo Scientific™

Gemini™ Raman and FTIR Chemical Analyzer with LowDoseID

Catalog number: GEMINI
Identify a broad range of unknown chemicals and explosives in the field quickly, safely, and confidently using FTIR and Raman spectroscopy in a single instrument, including low concentration analysis. The Thermo Scientific™ Gemini™ Analyzer with LowDoseID is the first to integrate these complementary and confirmatory chemical identification techniques in a rugged, lightweight, handheld solution. Available with the HazMasterG3™ decision support system from Alluviam LLC, Gemini gives military personnel, bomb technicians, hazmat teams and first responders significant tactical advantage, helping them minimize time on target and confidently make life-saving decisions.
 
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DescriptionGemini Analyzer
Weight (English)4.2 lbs
Weight (Metric)1.9 kg
Spectral RangeFTIR: 4,000 cm-1 to 650 cm-1
Raman: 250 cm-1 to 2875 cm-1
Data Export FormatsSPC file (for use in standard spectroscopic software), text file, or JPEG report
Temperature (Metric) Operating-20°C to +50°C
Collection OpticsFTIR: ATR diamond crystal, single bounce
Raman: NA= 0.33
SurvivabilityCertified to MIL-STD-810G and IP67; full test report available on request
Dimensions (L x W x H)10.1 in x 5.7 in x 2.4 in (25.6 cm x 14.6 cm x 6.1 cm)
Product TypeHandheld Raman/FTIR Spectrometer
LanguagesEnglish
Power SupplyInternal 3.7V lithium polymer (QTY 1) battery pack
Internal CR123A (QTY 3) batteries
DC wall adapter, 12 V DC 1.25 A
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DescriptionGemini Analyzer
Weight (English)4.2 lbs
Weight (Metric)1.9 kg
Spectral RangeFTIR: 4,000 cm-1 to 650 cm-1
Raman: 250 cm-1 to 2875 cm-1
Data Export FormatsSPC file (for use in standard spectroscopic software), text file, or JPEG report
Temperature (Metric) Operating-20°C to +50°C
Collection OpticsFTIR: ATR diamond crystal, single bounce
Raman: NA= 0.33
SurvivabilityCertified to MIL-STD-810G and IP67; full test report available on request
Dimensions (L x W x H)10.1 in x 5.7 in x 2.4 in (25.6 cm x 14.6 cm x 6.1 cm)
Product TypeHandheld Raman/FTIR Spectrometer
LanguagesEnglish
Power SupplyInternal 3.7V lithium polymer (QTY 1) battery pack
Internal CR123A (QTY 3) batteries
DC wall adapter, 12 V DC 1.25 A
Unit SizeEach
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The Gemini Analyzer is the first and only integrated Raman and FTIR handheld instrument in the world, providing complementary and confirmatory testing in a single, field-portable device.

Better, faster decision making

  • Lightweight and compact, ideal for chemical battalions, explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) technicians and other first responders burdened with heavy equipment.
  • Virtual mixture analysis and interactive problem solving on scene with HazMasterG3.
  • Includes 24/7 reachback support with access to Ph.D. spectroscopists for spectral analysis and operational inquiries.

Increased confidence in results

  • Leverages Raman, FTIR and SERS technology to address a broader range of samples than either technique alone.  
  • Identifies unknown solids and liquids, from explosives and chemical warfare agents to industrial chemicals and precursors using a comprehensive onboard library. 
  • Allows for confirmatory analysis and identification with LowDoseID of narcotics in low concentration to address increasing challenges.

Safer operation

  • Includes a motorized anvil which adjusts sample pressure based on user settings.
  • Features Raman and FTIR Scan Delay to allow users to leave the hazard zone before initiating a scan.

Easier to use, enhanced efficiency

  • Guides the operator through technology selection and sampling with Scan Assist.
  • Customizable Profiles allow the operator to set scan parameters based on the sample, scenario and their situational awareness
  • Minimizes user error and eliminates subjective user interpretation.
  • Requires minimal training for proficiency.
 

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