FTIR Compact & Portable Systems

To meet the challenge of FTIR analysis in the field, Agilent has developed the world’s smallest FTIR instruments. Our compact FTIR systems deliver the sensitivity and efficiency of a lab-based system, yet are fully portable. These portable FTIR systems feature integrated power supplies and our Flexscan and Exoscan technology for efficient scanning performance. Lightweight handheld FTIR optics and sampling modules enable advanced FTIR capabilities in field applications such as conservation and mineral identification.

5500 Series Compact FTIR

The Agilent 5500 Compact FTIR Spectrometer is designed as an at-side FTIR analyzer for one purpose to provide you with great results rapidly and reliably day after day. In this compact FTIR spectrometer, the combination of great performing optics, innovative sampling interfaces and intuitive software provides information on liquid and solid samples faster and easier than ever before.

5500 Series Compact FTIR

4500 Series Portable FTIR

The Agilent 4500 Portable FTIR Spectrometer is a rugged non-lab analyzer that support efforts associated with on-the-spot analysis of incoming materials and outgoing finished products in the chemical, food and polymer industries. It is also ideal for proactive maintenance programs of high value equipment and machinery in construction and power production industries. Exceedingly compact, easy to use and rugged, this portable FTIR spectrometer is a perfect match for applications that require high quality answers quickly. The combination of optics designed for reliability in non-lab environments, innovative sampling interfaces and fit-for-purpose software provides answers for liquid and solid samples at the sample site.

4500 Series Portable FTIR

4300 Handheld FTIR

The 4300 Handheld FTIR spectrometer is the first of its kind employing lightweight ergonomics, ease of use, ruggedness, and flexibility into one system. This handheld FTIR Spectrometer weighs in at approximately 2kg. With its lighter weight and new design, the ergonomics of the system make it ideal for field use and deployment into non-laboratory situations. A variety of sampling interfaces (Diffuse Reflectance, External Reflectance, Grazing Angle, Diamond ATR, Ge ATR) allows the user to easily transition from one sample type to another while on the go, with no alignment or adjustments necessary. Sample types typically include infrared absorbing and scattering surfaces, reflective metal surfaces with coatings and films as well as analysis of bulk materials including powders and granules. The hardware design, along with the easy to use MicroLab Mobile software allows for experienced users as well as novice users to quickly utilize the system on the go. The high performance optics employed in the instrument allow for even the most difficult samples to be easily measured. This makes the 4300 ideal for a variety of mobile non-destructive testing applications. The analysis of Polymers, Coatings, Composites and even historical artifacts and artwork can easily be done in situ without destroying the sample or removing it from its location. These benefits also make the 4300 the optimal analytical tool for both geological and soil science studies.

4300 Handheld FTIR

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