Raman scanner by Snowy Range Instruments

Snowy Range Instruments Sierra Series Raman scanner

The Sierra Series Raman scanner from Snowy Range Instruments (Laramie, WY), available in 633, 638, 640, 785, and 808 nm versions, allows interrogation from the side or bottom of a vial. An additional point-and-shoot option provides surface analysis with Orbital Raster Scan (ORS), and the company's SnRI Investigator software for data acquisition permits full control of acquisition times, sequences, automated baseline corrections, and custom algorithms.

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Snowy Range Instruments, (www.wysri.com) Laramie, WY USA, a leader in spectroscopy manufacturing, introduces the Sierra Series™ Raman system.  The high quality robust system is available in 633, 638, 640, 785, and 808 nm excitation.  The innovative sampling system allows the interrogation from the side or bottom of a vial, or a point a shoot option permits the user to analyze surfaces with the groundbreaking Orbital Raster Scan (ORS™).  Contact Keith Carron at sales@wysri.com.

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