Apollo M™ Raman Microspectrometer

The Apollo MTM Raman micro spectrometer is built for dependability, user-friendliness, and state-of-the-art research. Raman microspectraTM can be quickly and easily acquired with the Apollo MTM, allowing one to concentrate on sample measurements rather than instrument operation.

For this reason, it is ideal for ordinary research, advanced research, quality assurance, and failure analysis. The Apollo M™ Raman micro spectrometer uses hardware, software, and optics tuned for Raman spectroscopy of microscopic samples for robust and accurate measurements.  It also has a fixed confocal aperture. For quick, non-destructive analysis in disciplines including chemistry, physics, materials science, and biological sciences, the Apollo MTM Raman micro spectrometer is ideal.

For confocal Raman microspectroscopy, the Apollo MTM Raman spectrometer is a versatile and modular instrument that is simple to mount on an upright microscope. There are solid-state spectrometers available for both sensitivity and speed. 

Scanning spectrometers are also available for sophisticated research.  Numerous other aspects could also be included, such as high-resolution mapping of the Raman spectra, kinetic Raman, and photoluminescence microspectroscopy.  Combining modules allows for the highest level of experimental versatility.

Apollo M™ can also be integrated with other CRAIC microspectrometers.  This adds a huge range of capabilities to the Apollo MTM such as film thickness measurements and UV-visible-NIR microspectroscopy. 

Rapid and simple Raman spectra collection is possible with the Apollo MTM Raman Microspectrometer. Within seconds, Raman microspectroscopy is executed by it. 

Apollo M™ Raman Microspectrometer

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Apollo M™ Raman Microspectrometer

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Apollo M Raman Microspectrometer

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Key Features

  • Superior Raman microspectroscopy performance
  • Sturdy, dependable, and potent
  • Use alone or add to a CRAIC UV-VIS-NIR Microspectrophotometer
  • Other laser wavelengths are available upon request in addition to the standard 405, 532, 633, 785, and 830 nm.
  • This is a Class IIIB laser product.
  • Solid-state Lightblades™ Raman spectrometers are the default choice for high speed and sensitivity.
  • Raman spectral imaging
  • Simple to operate and keep up
  • From the microspectroscopy specialists

Add to a Microspectrometer

Do More by Adding Apollo M™ to a CRAIC Microspectrophotometer

  • Measurements of thin film thickness
  • Colorimetry in small-scale specimens
  • UV-visible-NIR microspectroscopy of absorbance
  • UV-visible-NIR microspectroscopy of reflectance
  • UV, visible, and near-infrared fluorescence microscopy
  • UV, visible, and infrared polarization microscopy
  • Operation: completely automated or manual
  • Exact control of sample temperature
  • Specialized software for image processing, spectral databases, statistical analysis, and other uses

Apollo M™ Raman Microspectrometer

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Spectral Surface Mapping

5D Hyperspectral Surface Mapping

Combines technology and software to enable microscopic spatial resolution, 5D mapping of samples, and automated spectrum analysis. Samples' Raman spectra could be turned into three-dimensional maps.

Apollo M™ Raman Microspectrometer

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