Thermo Scientific™

DXR™ 2 Raman Microscope

 Related applications: Spectroscopy Elemental Isotope Analysis

Focus on the work you need to do rather than the tools you use to do it. Without sacrificing performance, the Thermo Scientific™ DXR™2 microscope is a reliable and easy-to-use point-and-shoot instrument providing research-grade results. With user-changeable lasers, filters, and gratings, the DXR2 Raman instruments are ready to meet the demands of busy laboratories in academia, industry, and government.

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Description

Capabilities

  • High performance confocal Raman microscopy in a robust, integrated design
  • Autoalignment and calibration ensures scientifically accurate measurements, without tools or manual procedures
  • Real-time preview, automated fluorescence correction, autoexposure, and cosmic ray rejection
  • System status indicator shows the user at a glance that the system is optimized and ready to collect data
  • Three-path fine beam autoalignment maintains peak performance and sampling integrity
  • Laser power regulation ensures consistent sample excitation over the lifetime of the laser
  • Advanced spectrograph design with no moving parts simplifies use and make the detection system and calibration robust
  • Pre-aligned and lock-in-place components use automatic recognition and stored alignment, allowing any user to reconfigure an instrument in seconds
  • Lasers and other components can be interchanged and shared with every instrument in the DXR2 Raman family
  • Optional, automated polarized Raman capabilities provide structural information that complements chemical information
  • Add new wavelengths without tools or service engineer visit


Laser Safety

  • Microscope independently certified as class-1 laser safe. (Note: Optional fiber-optic accessory and some other optional accessories are class IIIb laser devices requiring laser safety precautions and laser safety eyewear.)
  • Laser is physically blocked from visual viewing path to prevent exposure to the eyes while viewing.


Validation

  • Complete package for DQ/IQ/OQ/PQ validation is available including extensive documentation and automated software protocols
  • Omnic D/S software offers CFR 21 part 11 compliance


Exceptional Performance

  • Spatial resolution—demonstrated as good as 540nm resolution on ideal sample
  • Confocal depth resolution—demonstrated as good as 1.7μm on ideal sample
  • Full spectral range of 3500-50cm-1 captured with a single exposure of the CCD avoids stitching artifacts. Extended spectral range to 6,000cm-1 available for 532nm laser
  • Supports multiple excitation lasers. 532nm, 633nm, and 780nm
  • Automatic fluorescence correction available with all excitation lasers
  • Research-quality Olympus viewing optics
  • Automatic intensity correction generates spectra that are comparable between instruments and different excitation lasers
  • Multidimensional wavelength calibration provides accurate wavelength calibration across entire spectral range
  • Proprietary Triplet spectrograph provides exceptional peak shape and maintains focus at all wavelengths
  • Software controlled switching between confocal and high-energy collection modes
  • Proprietary algorithm for automated cosmic ray rejection and high-quality laser line filters ensure artifact-free spectra
  • Lasers depolarized to avoid confusing sample orientation effects
  • Laser Power Regulator provides active monitoring of laser power and ensures reproducible laser excitation power over the lifetime of lasers and even after replacing lasers
  • Optimized gratings for each excitation laser avoid performance sacrifices of systems that share gratings for multiple excitation lasers
  • Proprietary autoalignment ensures system can be maintained in like-new condition
  • Proprietary Smart-backgrounds automatically remove CCD dark energy profile


Recommended for:

  • Forensics – trace evidence and illicit drug identification
  • Pharmaceutical – polymorphs, particulate contaminants, and diffusion studies
  • Art Restoration/Conservation – identify and characterize pigments, resins, glazes, and inks
  • Archaeology – characterize horn, shell, bone, and ceramic artifacts
  • Solar – Silicon crystallinity; characterization of photovoltaic materials
  • Polymers – inclusions and gel defects, weathering effects, tie layers in laminates, and crystallinity
  • Failure analysis – characterizing particulates and small features on surfaces
  • Gemology – rapid ID of colored stones, distinguishing natural and synthetic diamonds, characterizing inclusions and adulterants
  • Nanotechnology – characterize graphene, CNTs, DLC coatings and other nanostructures
  • Academic research – useful in material science, biological studies, and many applied research fields


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