Mira DS: Identify Hazardous and Illicit Substances Quickly and Safely

As law enforcement, hazmat, or military professional, identifying whether a substance you’re dealing with is dangerous can make all the difference.

To help you stay safe, we have developed the new Mira DS. This instrument allows you to identify substances in the field, quickly and safely, e.g.:

  • Explosives
  • Illicit substances

How Mira DS can help you

Mira DS for hazardous substance, explosives, and drugs identification

Know what you are dealing with

Identify unknown, illicit drugs, explosives, or potentially hazardous materials quickly.

Mira DS for safe hazmat identification (explosives, chemicals, drugs)

Safe sampling options

Avoid contact with potentially hazardous substances thanks to various sampling attachments.

Mira DS robust analyzer for hazmat identification

A robust companion

Mira DS is an invaluable asset in your work. It conforms with MIL-STD 810G specifications

Identify hazardous materials, liquids, and powders at the push of a button

Identification of hazardous and illicit substances and explosives

Mira DS can identify thousands of substances and mixtures. The analyzer takes the molecular fingerprint of the substance and matches it with stored profiles on the device.

The instrument provides you reliable identification of the substance or mixture you have in front of you quickly.

Risk assessment of hazardous substances using Mira DS spectrometer and HazMasterG3 appIn addition, you can assess the risks associated with the substance by interfacing the Mira DS with the proven HazMasterG3™ app.

This app will give you vital information on the substance identified by the Mira DS analyzer.

Mira DS can interface with HazMasterG3™ via USB connection to a computer and via Bluetooth to an Android device.

Some of the substances that can be identified:

Illicit drugs Explosives
  • Methamphetamine
  • Cocaine
  • Designer drugs
  • Cannabinoids
  • [...]
  • RDX
  • TNT trinitrotoluene
  • Urea
  • AN (ammonium nitrate)
  • Commercial blasting compounds
  • [...]

Your safety is our priority

Thanks to a variety of attachments for measurement, you can avoid contact with unknown substances and ensure safe operation. The Mira DS analyzer enables you to perform the measurement in any situation. See what the attachments can be used for.

Ball Probe Attachment

Extend the reach of the analyzer using the Ball Probe Attachment. Simply place the tip of the attachment into the liquid or powder.

Right Angle Attachment

Analyze plastic bags comfortably using the Right Angle Attachment. Simply place the baggy on a flat surface and put the tip of the attachment on top of it.

Standoff Attachment

Stay safe and analyze substances from a distance with the Standoff Attachment.

Universal Attachment

Identify liquids and powders through bottles or plastic bags with the Universal Attachment.

A robust analyzer always at hand

Barely larger than a smartphone and weighing just 750 grams, Mira DS enables true single-hand operation.

This rugged analyzer meets MIL-STD 810G specifications as defined by:

  • Method 501.5 (High Temperature)
  • Method 502.5 (Low Temperature)
  • Method 512.5 (Immersion, IP67)
  • Method 514.6 (Vibration)
  • Method 516.6 (Mechanical Shock)

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