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Raman Probe Heads & Optics
MR Probe Filtered Probe Head

Probe head Features

  • Patented design
  • Sealed probe design
  • Integrated laser on indicator
  • Flexible output compatible with a range of sampling optics
  • One in / one out fiber optics
  • 180° measurement
  • FC connectors
  • Compatible with Raman Calibration Accessory Options
  • Non-contact optics 0.3-17 inches
  • Immersion optics up to 450°C and 3000 PSI
  • Immersion optics 1/4" or 1/2" outer diameter, short or long focus
  • Extruder compatible optics

The MR Probe filtered probe head has been developed for optimal performance with all the Raman analyzers in the RAMANRXN SYSTEMS™ suite. It utilizes a state-of-the-art design to provide high signal-to-background measurements at any length of optical fiber. The fixed-focus design of each removable immersion optic provides long-term measurement stability along with superior signal-to-background measurements unlike traditional probes. This fiber-optically coupled probe is both compact and lightweight, which maximizes sampling opportunities.

The MR Probe is versatile enough to accept a wide range of optics. Noncontact optics with working distances of 0.3 inches to 17 inches can be used to measure through windows, bottles, or simply at a convenient distance from a sample. Immersion and insertion optics are available for reaction vessels, automated laboratory reactors, or process streams.

All MR Probes utilize a single fiber for excitation and another for collection. For laboratory equipment, this provides a robust interface and sampling versatility. For process equipment, single fibers allow reduced cost for long runs of fiber as compared to multi-fiber collection designs. Single collection fibers also permit simultaneous multi-channel operation on a single analyzer. Standard telecommunication fiber diameters (<100 microns) are used to increase mechanical stability. This results in fewer broken fibers, increased safety, and lower maintenance costs.

 

Advantages of Raman Spectroscopy...

Applications

  • Analyze powders, slurries, gels, and liquids
  • Obtain chemical intermediate information from automated laboratory reactors
  • Monitor crystallization in situ
  • Identify polymorphs
  • Monitor polymerization
  • Detect end-points
  • Non-contact QC analysis
  • In vivo and biomedical compatibility

Versatile

  • Compact, rugged design
  • In situ analysis using immersion optics
  • Non-contact optics for analysis through vials
  • Access to critical low-wavenumber region (150-500 cm-1) for inorganics, some organics, pharmaceuticals, and carbon nanotubes
  • Same probe technology from R&D to manufacturing
Product Material
Title
Category
Format
ID#
Immersion Optic for Reaction Monitoring
Raman Technical Note
PDF
TN1250

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Non-Contact Optics
Raman Technical Note
PDF
TN1251

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RamanRxn Probe Head
Product Flyer
PDF
PF0020

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1/8 Inch O.D. Immersion Optic
Product Flyer
PDF
PF0036

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