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  • Bruker Launches the INVENIO X FTIR Research Spectrometer
    INVENIO X – advanced multispectral R&D FTIR

Bruker Launches the INVENIO X FTIR Research Spectrometer

Nov 08 2019 Read 450 Times

Bruker announced on 25 September 2019 the launch of the novel INVENIO X FTIR research system for research in molecular spectroscopy. This intuitive, modular, new advanced R&D spectrometer further expands Bruker’s next- generation INVENIO® FTIR R&D platform. The INVENIO X is designed for the most demanding analytical applications, and now offers new capabilities for advanced research & development.

The INVENIO platform was introduced in 2018 and offers beneficial MultiTect™ technology for mounting up to 5 detectors, as well as the unique FM functionality for simultaneous mid- and far-infrared spectroscopy. The INVENIO X is available with an automated 3-position beam splitter changer, and its wear-free, novel INTEGRAL™ interferometer combines high spectral resolution of <0.09 cm-1 with the accuracy of cube corner mirrors.

“With up to seven software-controlled detectors and multiple light source options, INVENIO X is the most highly automated, multispectral research spectrometer,” said Dr. Michael Joerger, Bruker Product Line Manager for FTIR R&D systems.  “This permits measurements from the far IR to the UV/VIS range without the manual exchange of any optical components.”  

In addition, INVENIO benefits from other features introduced with the INVENIO platform. Its novel beam path improves spectroscopic sensitivity, and system-on-a-chip (SoC) built-in intelligence ensures faster data acquisition and processing. Its optional Transit™ channel enables quick measurements without removing longer-term experiments from the main sample compartment. Coded beam windows with magnetic mounts, an automated internal attenuator, an 8-position validation wheel, and an optional integrated touch panel for intuitive spectroscopic workflows represent further smart INVENIO innovations.

For more information on INVENIO, please click here.

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