If your organization shares instrumentation or you must rely on a wide range of tools to conduct your research, you want to obtain results fast, using equipment that needs little technical expertise. This means having a system that does not require an expert to set up the instrument, collect your data for you or interpret the results. With the DXR3 family of instruments, you can use Raman spectroscopy, microscopy, and imaging to advance your knowledge and reputation in your own field of work without mastering a new scientific technique.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison has both a Thermo Scientific DXR3 Raman Microscope and DXR3xi Raman Imaging Microscope available in two multi-user laboratories, serving the entire university population. The laboratory users range in departments including pharmacy, geology, materials science, life sciences, and chemistry.
Rapidly explore the entire sample area and find exactly what you are looking for (e.g., target particles, defects, contaminants, etc.), using our intelligent approach to chemical imaging and data collection. The new DXR3xi Raman Imaging Microscope reveals instant visual information with 3D visualization software ideal for multi-user labs and improving productivity.
The DXR3 Raman Microscope provides point-and-shoot Raman microscopy with exceptional sensitivity and spatial resolution for working applications, redefining the Raman microscope so that it meets the demands of busy laboratories. Without sacrificing performance, we've built an instrument family around reliability, confidence, and usability. The new DXR3 provides additional confidence from automatic x-axis calibration which improves stability and reliability. Furthermore, we've solved practical application problems with innovations that improve your ability to get good information quickly. We've put expertise under the hood and real world problem solving into the design.
DXR Raman instruments are intended for research use only, not for use in diagnostic procedures.