Agilent Technologies Spectrometers

FTIR, Raman and UV-VIS Fluorescence Spectrometers

FTIR Spectrometers

Agilent offers a range of FTIR instruments, from flexible handheld FTIR spectrometers and robust portable FTIR analyzers for field applications, to reliable benchtop FTIR instruments for routine testing and cutting-edge research. Agilent FTIR instrumentation delivers efficient performance for your specific measurement type. With accessories and supplies including a range of attenuated total reflection (ATR) options, Agilent instruments are quick and easy to optimize for every application.

Cary 630 FTIR Spectrometer


The Cary 630 FTIR spectrometer is a robust, reliable, and flexible benchtop FTIR instrument benefiting from Agilent’s experience with field-proven mobile and handheld FTIR spectrometers. Its modularity offers sampling flexibility for analysis of solids, liquids, powders, and gases. Permanently aligned optics allow a wide range of modules to be swapped in and out in seconds, providing superior quantitative and qualitative information – fast.

Cary 630 FTIR
5500 compact FTIR

5500 Series Compact FTIR Spectrometer


The Agilent 5500 compact FTIR spectrometer is designed as an at-side FTIR analyzer to provide you with great results, rapidly and reliably, day after day. 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.

4500 Series Portable FTIR Spectrometer


The Agilent 4500 portable FTIR spectrometer is a rugged analyzer perfect for on-the-spot analysis in a range of non-laboratory settings, including forensics, chemical identification, and the chemical, food, and polymer industries.

Compact and easy-to-use, this instrument is a good match for applications requiring fast, high-quality, reliable answers. Optics designed for reliability in non-lab environments, innovative sampling interfaces, and fit-for-purpose software provide answers for liquid and solid samples at the sample site.

Portable FTIR
Handheld FTIR

4300 Handheld FTIR Spectrometer


The Agilent 4300 Handheld FTIR spectrometer incorporates lightweight ergonomics, ease of use, ruggedness, and flexibility in one system. Weighing only ~2 kg, it is ideal for mobile nondestructive testing in field and nonlaboratory environments.

The 4300 system allows novice and experienced users alike to quickly analyze on the go, due to its high-performance optics, hardware design, and easy-to-use MicroLab Mobile software. Users can easily transition from one sample to another, with no alignment or adjustments necessary, simply by changing the sampling interface. Applications include analysis of polymers, coatings, composites, bulk material, cleaning verification, and even historical artifacts and artwork.

Raman Spectrometers

Innovative Raman Spectrometers for Noninvasive Chemical Analysis

Agilent Raman spectrometers use proprietary spatially offset Raman spectroscopy (SORS) and transmission Raman spectroscopy (TRS) in fields ranging from airport security screening and pharmaceutical quality control, to hazardous chemical identification in the field.

SORS enables our Raman spectrometers to analyze through containers and opaque barriers, from helping first responders identify the contents of suspect packages, to high-throughput raw material identification inside unopened packaging at pharmaceutical quality control. TRS nondestructively screens whole tablets and capsules in seconds, for rapid content uniformity and polymorph analysis in pharma QC and formulation development.

Vaya Handheld Raman Spectrometer for Raw Material Identification


The Agilent Vaya handheld Raman spectrometer increases raw material identification throughput without increasing costs by reducing the need for sampling. From clear glass vials to brown paper sacks, Vaya offers best-in-class identification testing through transparent containers, and transformative handheld Raman identification through nontransparent containers—for the fastest possible release to manufacturing.

Vaya improves current testing protocols—from low volume sampling to 100% identification testing—and if regulators require more testing in future, you can move to a higher-throughput process without any additional equipment. The system combines conventional handheld Raman spectrometer technology with unique spatially offset Raman spectroscopy (SORS) for maximum sample/container compatibility. With a dedicated raw material identification workflow, Vaya is fast, fully compliant, easy to deploy, and simple to use, requiring minimal training or operator skill.

Vaya handheld Raman

TRS100 Quantitative Pharmaceutical Analysis System

The TRS100 enables fast, easy-to-use whole tablet or capsule content uniformity and polymorph screening for pharmaceutical finished-product testing and formulation development. Easier to implement than other spectroscopic methods, Agilent’s transmission Raman spectroscopy (TRS) technology allows simple method development and deployment for quantitative analysis in quality control applications.

A TRS100 system can reduce content uniformity, assay, and ID tests to minutes per batch, saving significant cost and speeding up your quality control workflow. Sample preparation and consumables are not needed, meaning skilled analytical resources are not required. 

RapID Raw Material ID Verification System


The RapID Raman system is the fastest solution for raw material testing, for pharmaceutical GMP quality control. RapID is a flexible, mobile, probe-based scanner that uses Agilent spatially offset Raman spectroscopy (SORS) technology to extend high-throughput spectroscopic analysis through clear packaging to nontransparent and colored containers. This unique capability makes RapID ideally suited to fast, nonintrusive raw material identity verification.

With conventional techniques, raw material testing in opaque containers can create a bottleneck in pharmaceutical manufacturing. A dedicated sampling area is needed to open, sample, test, and reseal each container to verify the identity of the contents. The RapID system allows the operator to verify the contents of each container through opaque and colored packaging in seconds, enabling release immediately into production. This saving on handling and lab testing reduces the overhead from hours or days to only minutes per batch.

Raman RMID

UV-VIS Spectrophotometers

Cary 60 uv-vis

Cary 60 UV-Vis Spectrophotometer

The Cary 60 UV-Vis spectrophotometer has a wavelength range of 190–1100 nm that can be scanned in under three seconds. Our flexible UV-Vis spectrophotometer can be fitted with long pathlength cuvettes and solid sample transmission or reflectance accessories, and is ideal for remote UV-Vis absorbance analysis, when fitted with fiber optic probes.

The xenon source lamp has a 10 year replacement warranty (for Cary 60 instruments purchased from Agilent or participating partners), requires zero warmup, and causes no photodegradation of samples. Fast reactions can be recorded with 80 data points per second. The Cary 60 is well-suited as a routine UV-Vis spectrophotometer or for use in teaching labs. Optional 21 CFR Part 11 software tools are available.

Cary 7000 Universal Measurement Spectrophotometer (UMS)


The Agilent Cary 7000 universal measurement spectrophotometer (UMS) will satisfy all your solid sampling needs. Collect hundreds of UV-Vis-NIR spectra overnight or characterize optical components and thin films in minutes to hours rather than hours to days. The Cary 7000 UMS is a turn-key solution for research, development, and QA/QC in optics, thin films/coatings, solar, and glass.

The Cary 7000 instrument’s multiangle specular reflectance and transmittance capabilities allow you to design experiments never before possible—expanding your research—while the automated reflectance and transmission will save you time and money.

Cary 7000 UMS

Cary Eclipse Fluorescence Spectrometer


The Agilent Cary Eclipse fluorescence spectrometer is sensitive, accurate, and flexible. Ideal for use as a routine fluorometer, the Cary Eclipse can easily be switched between fluorescence, phosphorescence, chemiluminescence, and bioluminescence measurements. Additional flexibility can be achieved through various accessories, including temperature control and solid sample handling, automatic polarizers, and a microplate reader for high sample throughput.

The Cary Eclipse fluorescence spectrometer is ideal for fluorescent measurements in life sciences and biotechnology, with high sensitivity and inherent bleaching protection for photosensitive samples. Fast data collection enables kinetics measurements, while fiber optics allow for remote sample measurements.


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