Renishaw produce a wide range of Raman spectroscopy instruments including research-grade Raman microscopes, portable analysers, routine bench-top systems and combined (hybrid) systems.

Renishaw is a global, high-precision metrology and healthcare technology group and it designs, develops and delivers solutions and systems that provide unparalleled precision, control and reliability.


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    • Renishaw’s inVia Raman microscope can incorporate fluorescence lifetime imaging microscopy (FLIM) to study material structure and composition.
    • FLIM integrated with the inVia Raman microscope enables the creation of spatial images that represent the fluorescence lifetime.
    • FLIM images can be correlated pixel by pixel with corresponding Raman images on the same coordinate system, allowing for direct correlation.
    • FLIM imaging is faster than Raman imaging, making it useful for identifying regions of interest for subsequent Raman measurements.
    • FLIM has applications in cell biology research, environmental sensing, monitoring molecular interactions, and identifying specific fluorophores.
    • The inLux SEM Raman interface integrates high-quality Raman functionality into a scanning electron microscope (SEM) chamber.
    • It enables simultaneous imaging in SEM and collection of Raman spectra for 2D and 3D image generation.
    • The sample remains static between SEM imaging and Raman data collection, ensuring precise co-location for comparing Raman and SEM images.
    • It comes fully equipped for these tasks, allowing analysis of volumes larger than 0.5 mm in each axis.
    • The interface features fully encoded position control with a precision of down to 50 nm, ensuring accurate Raman imaging.
  • The world’s best selling high-performance Raman microscope

    • Designed, developed and refined over more than two decades to make it the most trusted Raman instrument on the market.
    • Superior, research-grade Raman microscope for your current and future needs.
    • Designed using Renishaw’s proven expertise in precision and innovative engineering.
    • Built to last: upgrade, reconfigure, or customise – the inVia Raman microscope is a sound investment.
    • Available in three models: inVia Basis; inVia Reflex and inVia Qontor®.
    • Many options and accessories are available to suit your analytical requirements and budget.
  • The advantages of the RA802 pharmaceutical analyser include:

    • Ease of use – no need for expert users.
    • Small footprint.
    • No need for sample preparation.
    • Simple method development.
    • Internal reference standards.
    • No risk of contamination.
    • Relate formulation properties to real-world outcomes.
    • Raman spectroscopy offers a non-invasive optical approach that preserves sample integrity.
    • Simultaneous measurement of multiple molecular constituents in biological samples saves time and resources.
    • Eliminates the need for sample staining or labeling.
    • Provides high specificity, aiding in the discovery and validation of early disease markers.
    • High-resolution Raman images offer comprehensive biomolecular and morphology information.


    • Collect sequential Raman and AFM measurements
    • Supports Dimension Icon, Dimension FastScan and Dimension Edge
    • No need to move samples between systems
    • Non-invasive coupling enables each instrument to be used independently without compromising performance
    • Supports Raman imaging on the AFM
    • Compatible with a comprehensive range of AFM modes including PeakForce TUNA™ for electrical characterization and PeakForce QNM® for quantitative nanomechanical mapping
    • High performance portable fibre coupled Raman system
    • High spatial resolution x/y <1 µm, z <2 µm
    • Live white light sample viewing for accurate sample targeting
    • Motorised x/y/z stack that enables accurate objective positioning for single point or mapping purposes
    • Work with objective lens pointing downwards or horizontally

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