inVia Raman microscopes from Renishaw are high-sensitivity systems with integrated research grade microscopes, enabling high resolution confocal measurements.
inVia Raman microscopes support multiple lasers, with automatic software switching of excitation wavelength.
inVia Raman Microscope Configurations
inVia Raman microscopes are available in three standard configurations:- inVia, inVia Reflex and inVia Qontor.
Intermediate configurations can be matched to satisfy customer’s needs fully, without compromising the ability to upgrade later to a fully automated inVia Reflex or inVia Qontor Raman microscope.
Choose the Renishaw inVia microscope for Raman analysis
Key benefits of the inVia range of Raman Microscopes include:
inVia delivers outstanding performance, providing you with the best data from any sample in the shortest time.
See even the weakest Raman scatterers and get spectra from thin films and monolayers.
Use inVia for both Raman and photoluminescence measurements to obtain information on the electronic and vibrational structure of your materials, or combine with other analytical techniques for a powerful, comprehensive solution.
inVia’s full automation handles the changing of laser wavelengths, filters and gratings for you. inVia also maintains focus, system alignment and calibration, so you can concentrate on getting results, not having to adjust your Raman system.
inVia is completely configurable, incredibly flexible and totally upgradable. You can analyse the widest range of samples, under different experimental conditions now and in the future.
Rely on inVia to produce results you can trust. With its outstanding performance you can be confident that inVia will deliver repeatable results time and time again – no matter how challenging the experiment.
Easy to use
inVia’s automation and optional sample enclosure (which eliminates ambient light) maximise operational efficiency, even in busy laboratories with multiple users.
A full range of imaging technologies
inVia has a comprehensive suite of mapping and imaging techniques. Use these to generate detailed, information-rich Raman images, of both 2D areas and 3D volumes.
Analyse a full range of samples
inVia’s live automated focus tracking technology enables the analysis of samples with uneven, curved or rough surfaces, maintaining focus in both video and Raman modes.