WITec’s ParticleScout is a particle analysis tool for the alpha300 Raman microscope series that finds, classifies, quantifies and identifies particles quickly and easily.
A new miniature broadband IR emitter enables spectroscopy and hyperspectral imaging miniaturisation.
HORIBA Scientific’s XGT-9000 X-ray analytical microscope simultaneously performs elemental analysis and optical observation of samples.
A new range of fNIR imaging systems enables measurement of human subjects in the lab, at home or in the real world.
The Renishaw RA816 Biological Analyser is a compact benchtop Raman imaging system, designed for biological and clinical research.
Agilent’s 8700 Laser Direct Infrared (LDIR) chemical imaging system employs a single-element electrically cooled detector to eliminate laser coherence artefacts from images and spectra.
Horiba Scientific has introduced the Lumetta fixed grating F/2 imaging spectrograph.
Time-resolved data acquisition from PicoQuant’s LSM Upgrade Kits is now integrated into the ZEN software from Zeiss.
Teledyne CETAC’s HDIP is HDF-based image processing laser ablation software for ICP-MS.
The Toucan is a cooled CCD camera for OEM use. It is available with a choice of spectroscopy sensors, FI, BI-DD, BI and OE.
Spectrolight believe that their TwinFilm technology to filter light according to wavelength will have a big impact on spectral imaging.
WITec have introduced a new instrument with their 3D Raman imaging functionality in an inverted microscope.
WITec has released TrueMatch, a software component for accessing and creating Raman spectral databases. It can search existing libraries of Raman spectra to identify sample components and also allows users to create their own catalog of acquired spectra to assist in their research.
Snapshot imager in the vis/NIR region.
Imec’s Snapscan hyperspectral imaging camera uses an ultrasonic speed piezo motor stage and innovative software to acquire high-resolution, hyperspectral images in <200 ms.
In response to demand for hyperspectral imaging in the SWIR (1000–1700 nm), Imec has developed its first SWIR hyperspectral imaging camera.
The Apollo II™ Raman microspectrometer features high sensitivity, high spectral resolution, a broad spectral range and rapid sampling times.
The Specim IQ is a self-contained, handheld hyperspectral imaging system weighing 1.3 kg.
The Horiba CLUE Series offer a scalable platform for imaging and spectroscopic analysis of nano-objects with SEM and dual SEM/FIB (Focused Ion Beam) microscopes.
Certain McPherson spectrometers can now measure vertical spatial profile in addition to dispersed wavelengths. They operate in the vacuum ultraviolet (VUV) to view plasma impurity emission lines from 300 Å to 3200 Å.