Raman probes consist of a fiber bundle to route excitation light from the laser to the sample and collect Raman scattered light. Light at the laser wavelength (Rayleigh scattering) is rejected on the path to the spectrometer using a dichroic filter to avoid saturating the detector.
Several versatile Raman probes are available for lab applications. Excitation wavelengths include 532, 638, 785 and 1064 nm, and both FC and SMA 905 probe terminations are available.
- Versatile – options for wide range of Raman spectroscopy laboratory applications
- High performance – strong signal collection and high OD laser line filtering
- Safety shutter options – manual safety shutter included with some models
- Deep laser line blocking – OD 6-8 attenuation of the Rayleigh line with some models