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Metrohm - NanoLIBS Handheld LIBS Spectrometer

The NanoLIBS® LIBS analyzer is a state-of-the-art, handheld instrument for laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy used in rapid identification of solid materials based on elemental analysis. The NanoLIBS provides considerable time savings in materials identification and confirmation, improving compliance with raw material testing directives while at the same time increasing productivity. The NanoLIBS is lightweight with a high-brightness touch screen for rapid material identification, giving results in seconds. NanoLIBS ID data management stores data in a secure database on a PC and/or server, enabling e-signatures on reports, report generation, as well as methods and account management.

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Technical specifications

Battery Rechargeable Li-ion battery, > 4 hrs operation
Connectivity Wi-Fi, Ethernet
Data Formats .txt, .csv, .spc
Excitation Wavelength (nm) 1000–1100 nm
Operating Temperature (°C) 0 – 40°C
Size 265 mm x 100 mm x 304 mm
Software NanoLIBS OS (embedded), NanoLIBS ID (PC)
Spectral Range 180 ~ 800 nm
Storage Temperature -30°C ~ 60°C
Weight 1.8 kg

Key features

  • 21 CFR Part 11 compliant software

  • Touch screen analysis

  • Rapid results in handheld form factor

  • Safe analysis – no need for reagents

  • Accurate and traceable elemental analysis technology

MetrohmFounded in 1943 by the engineer Bertold Suhner, Metrohm is one of the world’s leading maker of instruments for chemical analysis. Metrohm is unique in offering solutions for all varieties of ion analysis. Besides the above, the Metrohm product lines also include a complete portfolio for NIR-/ and Raman spectroscopy, software, dosing systems and solutions for laboratory automation. Metrohm is owned 100% by the Swiss Metrohm foundation and is represented in more than 120 countries by its own subsidiaries or exclusive distributors, respectively. Customers are supported with unparalleled application know-how and service.
[Nano LIBS, Spectrometer, Handheld LIBS]