Turn On, Collect Data, Find Trends
New solid state detector technology with optimized optical interface for Comp probes. Best in class performance without the need for liquid nitrogen.
Small, Portable, Flexible
Small, light, stackable unit can be easily moved to any fume hood, glove box or to the lab next door for use anywhere, anytime.
Study all Reactions
Probe-based sampling technology for real-time reaction analysis. Study batch or flow reactions under any process conditions.
Material No.: 30456495
What is FTIR analysis used for?
Application of ReactIR FTIR spectrometers.
Three case studies discuss using in-situ FTIR reaction monitoring to advance organic chemistry.
| For Use In||Laboratory|
| Software||iC IR|
| Detector||TE MCT|
| Optical Range (Base Unit)||4000 - 800 cm-1|
| Purge Requirement||No|
| Resolution||4 cm -1 maximum|
| Probe Optical Window|| 4000 - 650cm-1 (Micro Flow Cell)|
4000 – 650 cm-1 (Sentinel)
2500 – 650 cm-1 maximum (Fiber Probe)
| Probe Pressure (Maximum)|| 69bar (6.3 & 9.5mm Fiber Probe)|
35bar (Micro Flow Cell)
| Weight||9.2 lb (4.2 kg)|
| Probe Temperature (Maximum)|| 180°C (Fiber Probe)|
60°C (Micro Flow Cell)
| Wetted Materials|| Diamond or Silicon|
Gold or PTFE
| Probe pH Range|| 1 – 9 (Silicon)|
1 – 14 (Diamond)
| Dimensions (HxWxD)||4 in x 8.1 in x 9.2 in (100 mm x 206 mm x 234 mm)|
| Laser Safety Certification||IEC 60825 (CE), 21 CFR 1040 (US)|
| Safety Certification|| NRTL/C: UL 61010-1, CSA 22.2 No. 61010-1, EN 61326|
CE: EN/IEC 61010-1:2012, IEC 61326
No More Liquid Nitrogen
Solid-state detector cooling technology delivers best-in-class performance without the need for liquid nitrogen. By eliminating hazardous experimental setup and repetitive Dewar refills, scientists can monitor chemistry with ease over extended periods.
One Click Analytics
iC IR combines a peak picking algorithm with functional group intelligence to drastically reduce analysis time. Users combine knowledge of their chemistry with an automated data analysis workflow to ensure correct interpretation for every experiment.
Modular service concept for increased uptime and reduced cost of ownership.