Progeny X2™ is a
portable Raman spectroscopy
instrument that performs as two instruments in one platform for enhanced comparative analysis in the laboratory, mobile laboratory or classroom environment.
- Laboratory Applications
Set up methods and identify materials
- Mobile Laboratories
Get closer to your sample
- Teaching and Academia
Conveniently follows your classroom and curriculum
Users are empowered to perform rapid qualitative and semi-quantitative analysis and monitor reactions and reduction directly through clear or amber-colored glass.
The Dual-Wavelength Advantage
Battery operated, Progeny X2 is equipped with a dual laser excitation configuration of 785nm and 1064nm giving users the flexibility to achieve optimal sensitivity and reduction of fluorescence interference for specific application needs:
- 1064nm for highly fluorescent samples, colored materials and measurements through glass containers
- 785nm for non-fluorescent samples that require high sensitivity
Bring the Lab to the Sample
Rather than bringing a sample to an instrument for analysis, users can benefit from a customized portable solution for application-specific, quality comparative analysis. Progeny X2 enlarges the breadth of compounds you can analyze with the same sample-induced fluorescence minimization capabilities you have come to expect from Rigaku’s unique 1064nm based technologies.
Micro 2020™ Software
Progeny X2 has set the bar for customization features that allow users to optimize sample analysis parameters to obtain the most accurate sample-specific results. Users benefit from features such as:
- User selected laser wavelength and power level
- Adjustable focus
- Adjustable exposure
- Spectra overlay
- Pass-fail results display or identification
With a footprint smaller than most laboratory instruments, Progeny X2 delivers portability that allows you to get closer to your samples. This device reduces the complexities involved with instrument alignment and installation hassle. Plus, with little to no sample prep, you don’t have to think about consumables or disposal of hazardous chemicals required to operate other lab-based equipment.