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Global Hyperspectral Raman Microscope

RIMA is a hyperspectral global microscope delivering spectral and spatial information. This system rapidly provides Raman maps over large megapixel-scale fields of view. Based on high throughput global-imaging filters, RIMA is faster and more efficient than standard point-by-point or line-scan-based systems.

RIMA Applications Overview

  • Perform low-dimensional material analyses like graphene and carbon nanotubes.
  • Monitor and analyze biological tissues non-invasively.
  • Intraoperative cancer imaging with SERS nanoparticles.
  • Identify materials (plastic, metals) and characterize their structure (crystallinity, phase, chemical bond, strain, stress).
  • Technical Data
RIMA 532 / RIMA 660 RIMA 785
Excitation wavelengths 532 nm, 660 nm 785 nm
Spectral range 190 - 4000 cm⁻¹ 190 - 2700 cm⁻¹
Spectral resolution < 7 cm⁻¹ < 7 cm⁻¹
Spectral channels Continuously tunable Continuously tunable
Spatial resolution Sub-micron - limited by the microscope NA Sub-micron - limited by the microscope NA
Camera Back-illuminated CCD Back-illuminated deep-depletion CCD
Microscope Upright or inverted Upright or inverted


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