AI Raman Deluxe – The World’s First Hand Held Cloud based Raman Spectrometer

Raman spectrometer, smart phone, 3 year cloud based data management, factory library, liquid vial holder, extended sampling probe, SERS substrates and holder

$24,980.00

Description

Cloudminds XI is a Raman handheld miniature spectrometer that uses a Smart phone as the user interface and connects to cloud based Raman spectral libraries and advanced deep-leaning identification algorithms.

Raman Spectrometer with Smartphone cloud based analytics - Spectrecology

  • Smart Handheld Raman Spectrometer
  • Light weight (400g)
  • Ruggedized for field use
  • Unique proprietary optical design for maximum sensitivity
  • 500 mW 785nm laser excitation
  • Smart Control, automated settings
  • Cloud based analytics & proprietary Deep Learning AI algorithm
  • Factory and User built spectral libraries for identification of pure samples and mixtures
  • Cloud based data and security management
Spectrometer
Excitation785nm laser
Laser Power outup to 500mW. Adjustable
Spectral Range200 – 1800 cm-1
Spectral resolution8-11 cm-1
Spectrographf/2
Integration Timeautomatic
Sample Analysis Time3 sec (typical)
Dimensions (cm)15.9 x 7.9 x 2.7
Weight410 g, 510g with rugged case
Operating Temperture-10C – +50C
Smart Phone & Cloud Data
Operating PlatformEmbedded Smart Phone Operation
Operating SoftwareSmart phone Apps (Android)
Network ConnectionWifi, Bluetooth, 4G-LTE
Data analysislocal, cloud based with deep learning algorithm
Spectral Librariesstandard factory and user custom built
RGB camera8 or 16 MP
Data PortUSB 2.0
Battery5700 mAh
Cloud Data Management
DeviceEvent, location, results logging, reporting
UserPassword authentication, role based access
CloudMulti-tenant, Virtual Private Cloud

XI Raman Brochure

XI Raman User Guide

XI Cloud based Smart Raman spectrometer video

Additional information

Weight5 lbs
Dimensions12 × 12 × 8 in

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