LUMOS II FTIR microscope

The LUMOS II is a stand-alone FT-IR microscope that excels in failure analysis, material research and particle analysis. It is compact, precise and features ultrafast chemical imaging by FPA technology.



The LUMOS II is a stand-alone FT-IR microscope designed by Bruker that excels in failure analysismaterial research, and particle analysis. Here are some key features of the LUMOS II:

  1. Integrated ATR Crystal: The LUMOS II features an integrated ATR (Attenuated Total Reflectance) crystal for FT-IR microscopy, allowing for precise chemical analysis of samples.
  2. FPA Technology: The microscope utilizes FPA (Focal Plane Array) technology, enabling ultrafast chemical imaging. This technology makes it a powerful tool for various applications, including quality control, failure analysis, and product development.
  3. Automated and User-Friendly: The LUMOS II is fully motorized and automated, accommodating samples up to 40 mm in height. It provides ease-of-use through software-guided measurements and compliance with cGMP and FDA 21 CFR part 11 regulations.
  4. High-Resolution Imaging: With high IR sensitivity and visual resolution in the sub-micrometer range, the LUMOS II delivers exceptional spectral and visual data quality. It offers transmission, reflection, and ATR capabilities, making it suitable for a wide range of applications.
  5. Anywhere / Anyone FTIR Microscope: Bruker designed the LUMOS II to be accessible to users of all skill levels. Beginners can achieve perfect results quickly, while experts maintain total instrument control. It’s a true game-changer in the field of infrared microscopy.

Whether you need to identify particles, determine coatings, reveal polymeric compositions, or perform quality control, the LUMOS II is a reliable and user-friendly choice. Its superior µ-ATR FT-IR capabilities make it a versatile tool for various industries, including pharmaceuticals, polymers, chemicals, electronics, and forensics. So, if you’re looking for precise and efficient FT-IR microscopy, the LUMOS II is worth considering!


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