Enhanced Multi-Wavelength Raman Microscope

BaySpec Introduces Enhanced Multi-Wavelength Raman Microscope
with Extended Wavelength Range to NIR (1700nm)

Fully Automated, Available in 532, 785, 1064nm or custom wavelengths

SAN JOSE, CA--(November 1, 2011) - BaySpec, Inc., a leader in high throughput spectral engines for small and large molecular sample identification, today announced enhancements to its NomadicTM Raman Microscope product. Customers can select from popular 532, 785, 1064nm or custom wavelengths with automated laser switching at a touch of the keyboard. The system features BaySpec’s high throughput Volume Phase GratingsTM and is configured with optimal cooling of the detector arrays allowing for greatly improved low-light spectral measurements delivering superior price/performance over other conventional systems on the market.

Key Features:
• Available in 532, 785, 1064nm or custom excitation wavelengths
• High throughput Volume Phase Grating (VPG)
• Dispersive, no moving parts design
• Optimized detector cooling
• Integrated research grade confocal microscope
• Automated system with little manual operation
• Complete Software for data and image analysis (PLS, MIA)
• Cost effective

For more information and detailed specifications please go to our Raman Microspectroscopy website page. Already have your own microscope? Ask for a quote on retrofitting with our OEM Raman engines.

About BaySpec, Inc.
BaySpec, Inc., was founded in 1999 with 100% manufacturing in the USA (San Jose, California). The company designs, manufactures and markets advanced spectral instruments, from UV-VIS-NIR spectrometers, to soft and deep-cooled detector/cameras, to in-line process NIR and Raman analyzers and Raman microscopy Instruments. Ideal for the current and emerging biomedical, pharmaceuticals, chemical, food, semiconductor, homeland security, and forensic applications. For more information, contact BaySpec at: This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it ; +1(408)512-5928; or visit www.bayspec.com.

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