For a long time, Raman microscopy led a niche existence, and was mainly involved in research and development tasks. However, at Bruker we believe that any form of spectroscopy can provide unique insights into all kinds of applications. That's why Bruker Raman microscopes feature phenomenally simple control and high precision, so that even beginners can quickly and reliably access high-quality Raman analysis results - everytime.
There’s no one best set up for Raman, as different samples and experiments require different lasers and techniques. That’s why our microscopes can house up four lasers in one machine. Whether you need a streamlined chemical analysis experience, or the ability to do 3D chemical imaging, you’ll have the options you need to take on any kind of measurement.
It’s a fact of life that Raman instruments need to be calibrated, from environmental factors affecting the optical components or even from just switching lasers. But calibration procedures, even automated ones, can be time consuming. That’s why our Raman microscopes are always calibrated, so you don’t have to waste your time.
A feature rich Raman microscope could be complicated to use, but our microscopes are completely automated so you can focus on what really matters – getting results. Switch lasers quickly with just one click, then gratings and filters are automatically adjusted according to your experiment. Raman without the hassle for a maintenance free operation experience.
Super Simple Software
Part of making Raman a technique that’s approachable to everyone is making the software simple and straightforward to use. OPUS, our all-in-one software, is just that thanks to guided workflows and an intuitive design. Plus, powerful AI features simplify chemical identification and data analysis tasks.