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Ultra Fast, High Definition, Confocal Raman Imaging!

publication date: Apr 13, 2015
author/source: HORIBA Scientific

Swift v2 - Confocal Raman Imaging

horibaHORIBA Scientific, global leader in Raman and optical spectroscopy systems, announces their new SWIFT v2 ultra fast confocal raman imaging module.

Available for the XploRA PLUS and LabRAM Evolution, the new SWIFT v2 module further enhances the ability to obtain fast and detailed confocal Raman images at the click of a button. The module offers a 4x to 5x improvement in speed on even the fastest of Raman images whilst maintaining the class leading confocal performance and sensitivity.

“HORIBA Scientfic has been at the forefront of Raman technology for more than 50 years, and the new SWIFT v2 module represents a major breakthrough in performance in the Raman imaging market. It really does make Raman imaging a realistic alternative to optical imaging techniques and can be used to survey 3-D sample structure and surface features” said Dr Adrian Knowles, global Raman product manager for HORIBA Scientific.  “Its technology and speed will enable the user to really focus on detail and the chemical information within an image and is not constrained by the compromises in sensitivity or confocal performance that have previously challenged Raman imaging.” 

HORIBA Scientifics’ new SWIFT v2 offers a powerful yet cost effective route to employing the full power of Raman imaging in the Laboratory. Obtaining micron scale images on samples from nanomaterials, polymers, and geological sections through to pharmaceutical tablets and biological cells become a much more routine and accessible capability.

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