Bruker's FT-MIR routine spectrometers are compact, low-cost and are ideal for high-throughput screening.
The Fourier-transform infrared (FTIR) spectrometer ALPHA II combines outstanding quality with compactness and maximum user comfort.
With its integrated touch panel PC and the intuitive OPUS-TOUCH software, the infrared (IR) analysis gets easier than ever. A dedicated workflow guides the operator from sample measurement to analysis report within a minimal number of steps.
The ALPHA II is a high-quality product that is designed to be used for many years with low running costs. First-class components guarantee maximum availability and minimal maintenance, including:
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Bruker’s microplate extension HTS-XT allows the application of FTIR spectroscopy as a method for high-throughput screening. This external module can be connected to different Bruker Optics FTIR spectrometers.
Depending on its configuration, it can be used for measuring from mid-infrared to near-infrared (nIR) and even the visible light (VIS) range.
The sampling plates for the IR analysis correspond to the standardised 96 or 384-well microplate formats. Acquisition, control and evaluation of spectral data from large numbers of samples are performed fully automated by the integrated OPUS/LAB software.
Key features include:
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INVENIO represents the entry level of Bruker’s research and development (R&D) Fourier-transform infrared (FTIR) spectrometers for demanding analytical and R&D applications.
The innovative technology and smart design set standards for the next generation of FTIR spectrometers. The novel optical beam path provides excellent signal-to-noise ratio and a broad spectral range covering far infrared (FIR) to ultraviolet (UV) and visible light (VIS). It also has high flexibility for sophisticated experimental set-ups.