Blaze Raman Spectroscopy
A complement to Kaiser, Tornado, Wasatch and other Raman spectroscopy: The Blaze attaches directly to the Raman laser and sends the Raman shifted light back to the spectrometer. Example results below. HDR microscopy, A-CLD, HDR turbidity, and PF-Raman at 785nm can be measured simultaneously. Currently, the Blaze is the probe component of the system. The Raman system, i.e., Kaiser, Tornado, Wasatch, provide the software for acquisition and review.
Blaze PF-Raman channel to Kaiser MR 10 on the same process both using the Kaiser laser and Kaiser spectrometer
COMPARISON I Blaze PF-Raman channel to Kaiser MR10 on the same process both using the Kaiser laser and Kaiser spectrometer
Note Y Axis: Due to its excitation method and measurement zone, and the poor optical match with the standard Kaiser connection fibers used in this example above, Blaze has less overall signal with a much higher ratio of Raman from the solids. This has been improved with Kaiser's PhAT conduit connection to the Blaze channel. For dispersed phase systems, when Blaze has a good optical match with the spectrometer, the signal is beyond that of other probes as shown below.