FTIR Spectrometer For Advanced Research

INVENIO - The productive FTIR spectrometer

The INVENIO represents the entry level of Bruker´s R&D Fourier transform infrared spectrometer. The innovative technology, intelligent and elegant design set standards for the next generation of FTIR spectrometers. The INVENIO S is a peak performance FTIR spectrometer focused on maximum productivity in routine and advanced laboratory analysis.  Its optional Transit Channel™ allows instantaneous, software-controlled switching between measurement techniques by providing an additional, easily accessible sample space.

The INVENIO Fourier transform infrared spectrometer is made to innovate from routine quality control to advanced research and development. Whether you focus on productivity, precision or if you must comply to extensive regulations, the INVENIO Fourier transform infrared spectrometer supports you in every regard. The INVENIO FTIR spectrometer will simplify your daily QC tasks with incredible FT-IR performance.FT-IR Analysis with INVENIO will quickly improve your R&D applications. It´s a strong spectroscopic foundation for exciting, innovative discoveries.There are countless FT-IR applications. INVENIO perfectly fits in every scenario were high sensitivity, spectral or temporal resolution, stability, flexibility and upgradability are required. Improve your daily analytical experience in any industrial or research application field.

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Standard Features of Invenio
  • Permanently aligned and wear-free RockSolidTM interferometer
  • Integrated Touch-PC option with dedicated OPUSTOUCH software for productive IR-analysis
  • OPUS is the ideal software solution for vibrational spectroscopy - precise, structured, secure
  • Integrated ATR accessory for easy cleaning (optional)
  • Transit™ channel: Second sample compartment for the parallel availability of two experimental setups
  • Electronic recognition and monitoring of all accessories and central components
  • Automated instrument tests (OQ/PQ) and complete compliance to pharma regulations
  • Innovative 5x MultiTect™ detector technology
  • User exchangeable DigiTectTM detector slot
  • In-field upgrade for near IR, far IR and UV/VIS spectral ranges
  • Sealed and desiccated optics bench, optionally purgeable
  • BRUKER FM technology covering 6000 to 80 cm-1 in one single measurement
  • Superior Rapid Scan, Slow Scan and Step Scan
  • Performance for modulated and time resolved spectroscopy
  • 3 exit and 2 input beam ports software selectable
  • Footprint optimized for laboratory benches
FAQs

1. What is infrared light?

Infrared (IR) light, or more precisely infrared radiation, is an electromagnetic radiation (EMR) with wavelengths longer than those of visible light. It is therefore invisible to the human eye but can be perceived in the form of thermal radiation. Fun fact: more than half of the energy radiated by the sun reaches the earth in the form of infrared.

2.What kind of analysis is possible?

With IR it is possible to find out what sample is made of, but also how much of a certain ingredient or component is present. Qualitative analysis is the most common application of IR spectroscopy and is mainly used in quality control of raw materials, failure analysis, and in scientific research. Quantitative analysis is widely used in industrial processes to evaluate production parameters.

3. Do I need to be an expert to use IR spectroscopy?

Definitely not. IR spectrometers are easier to use today than ever before. Most of the time there are simple software solutions (e.g. touch operation) that allow non-experts to perform IR analyses in an uncomplicated way. Even the analysis can be automated, so anyone can become a spectroscopist!

4. Can infrared light analyze all materials?

In general, yes, because organic and inorganic substances can be examined equally well with infrared radiation. The basic requirement for analysis with infrared is that the material absorbs infrared radiation. Certain substances, however, including metals and monatomic gases (e.g. noble gases) cannot be examined directly.

5. Which materials are commonly analyzed?

Especially for organic substances IR spectroscopy is a frequently used tool to obtain a lot of information. This includes the identification of polymers, drugs, pharmaceuticals, or industrial chemicals as well as the determination of contents like water in oil. IR spectroscopy is very flexible, and its applications are so numerous that you can find IR users in all industry and research areas.

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