Serstech Arx+ handheld Raman spectrometer simplifying substance analysis

Scitech presents Serstech
Arx+, a feature-packed handheld Raman spectrometer designed to simplify
the workflow when verifying substances during incoming goods inspection.

Serstech Arx+ combines
SharpEye, a patented autofocus technology that improves the signal quality
dramatically, with new and powerful algorithms to quickly deliver precise
results for both single substances and complex mixtures.

Specifically developed for the pharma industry

Serstech Arx+ handheld
Raman spectrometer is compliant with Title 21 CFR part 11 and equipped with an
integrated barcode reader that makes it possible to tie a measurement to a
container by scanning barcodes or QR codes.

New UX

Serstech Arx+ is
built on a modern software platform, putting usability and algorithms in focus.
Highlights include a brand new graphical user interface allowing easy navigation;
Guided Scan and Quick Access features making it possible to get precise
results, faster; new algorithms resulting in fast and precise identification of
both pure samples and complex mixes of substances; and results presented in a
simple way, making it possible for almost anyone to interpret, use and decide
in seconds.

Truly handheld

Serstech Arx+ handheld
Raman spectrometer is lighter and smaller compared to previous Serstech models but
with more powerful performance. Serstech Arx+ lets you focus on what is
important and make decisions based on reliable measurement results – wherever
you are.

Easy to use

Serstech Arx+ is
easy to understand and gives accurate responses in seconds. Connect it
wirelessly or via cable to ChemDash for reporting and management of users,
measurements and libraries. Serstech Arx+ has been designed from the ground up
to support a highly efficient workflow.

For more information,
please visit the Scitech website
or call (03) 9480 4999. 

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