Portable Raman Spectrometers

Our family of portable Raman spectrometers offer you unprecedented sampling utility, allowing you to do more with less. Each system’s small footprint, lightweight design, and low power consumption helps to provide research grade Raman capabilities anywhere.We pride ourselves on providing you with portable Raman spectrometers that feature a unique blend of high resolution and field-portability. Check out our full line of laboratory Raman spectrometers below to see how we can provide you with the solution you’re looking for.

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Portable Raman Spectrometers

i-Raman®

High Resolution TE Cooled Fiber Optic Raman System

i-Raman® high resolution Raman spectrometer by B&W Tek

i-Raman® Plus

Highly Sensitive, High Resolution Fiber Optic Raman System

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i-Raman® Pro

Deep Cooled, Highly Sensitive, High Resolution Fiber Optic Raman System

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i-Raman® Pro-ST

High Throughput Portable Raman Analyzer that can See_Through™ packaging material

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i-Raman® EX

1064nm Fiber Optic Raman System

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GemRam

Raman Gemstone Identification System

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Frequently asked questions

Yes. For the best results it is recommended to use Dark Subtract. Make sure that your saved Dark Scan matches the integration time of your acquisition scan.
Insert the probe all the way in, there is a stopper inside the BCR100A for ideal positioning.
Approximately 30 seconds is needed for the laser to stabilize after the laser starts emitting energy. *Some older generation probes may not block the entire laser signal. A simple test can be done by increasing the exposure time, leaving the laser on, switching the shutter on the probe to off and then taking a scan to see if any laser signal is present.
Yes, the dark scan can be taken by closing the shutter on the probe. It is also recommended to turn off or otherwise block ambient light when measuring Raman signals. *Some older generation probes may not block the entire laser signal. A simple test can be done by increasing the exposure time, leaving the laser on, switching the shutter on the probe to off and then taking a scan to see if any laser signal is present.
In order to measure a solid sample, place the Raman probe shaft with the distance regulator directly in contact with a sample to collect the Raman spectrum. The distance regulator is designed for optimal focus and to also exclude extraneous light from the measurement.
An immersion probe shaft is needed to make measurements in a liquid sample. Liquids can also be measured through a glass vial or a cuvette. We offer a liquid vial holder (NR-LVH) and a cuvette holder (BCR100A) designed for use with the i-Raman® series lab probes.
The i-Raman® series instruments can be used with the BAC151 series video microscopes which have an integrated camera and are readily interfaced with the fiber-optically coupled probe. This setup provides precision microsampling through camera monitoring and imaging details.
The i-Raman series instruments are portable, with the i-Raman Plus weighing less than 7 lbs. The system is battery operable and can be used with a range of sampling accessories including a tripod for use in the field.
Both BWSpec® and BWID® software used with the i-Raman series instruments have auto-integration time functions that will optimize the acquisition time to give optimal signal intensity.
The laser power can be adjusted down to 1% laser power (< 5mW). Using low laser power is recommended for measurements of delicate samples to minimize the risk of sample damage.
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