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Kaiser Raman Rxn2 Starter analyzer

The perfect introductory system supporting the lab environment

The Kaiser Raman Rxn2 Starter analyzer is the ideal system for those new to Raman spectroscopy or those looking for an accurate and reliable Raman analyzer for use with applications requiring lower spectral resolutions. Configurable with up to four channels, the Raman Rxn2 Starter is the perfect solution for benchtop or cart-portable uses such as material quality, reaction monitoring, basic science research, quality assurance, and unknowns identification in a laboratory setting. It is compatible with the RamanRxn probehead, fitted with non-contact or immersion optics.

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  • Low cost entry into Raman
  • Suitable for applications requiring lower spectral resolution
  • Easy to install
  • Minimal maintenance
  • Enables the use of a single base unit to support up to four Kaiser Raman fiber optic probes
  • Easy-to-use embedded Raman RunTime software touchscreen interface
  • Operates sequentially, allowing both fast analysis per channel and programmable channel interrogation
  • Accurately measures chemical composition and performs basic raw materials identification using acquired Raman spectra

Field of application

Chemical: reaction monitoring, blending, catalysis
Polymer: polymerization reaction monitoring, extrusion monitoring, polymer blending

Food & Beverage
Fermentation, food adulteration

Features and Specifications

Measuring principle

Laser wavelength
785 nm

Spectral coverage
300-3300 cm-1

Up to four channels

15°C – 30°C (operating); -15°C to +50°C (storage)

Relative humidity
20–80%, RH non-condensing

Input voltage
100-240 VAC, 50-60Hz Standard

Power consumption
Maximum: 400 W
Start-up: 250 W (typical)
Running: 120 W (typical)

Warm-up time
120 minutes

Unit dimensions (width x height x depth in mm)
Benchtop model: 279 x 483 x 592
Cart model: 685 x 1022 x 753 (to tabletop)

Weight (kg)
Benchtop model: 32
Cart model: 93

Sampling probe compatibility
Solids: RamanRxn with Kaiser non-contact optics
Liquids: RamanRxn with Kaiser immersion optics (please contact us for additional options)

Connection Interface

(contact us for other options)

Hazardous area certifications
ATEX, North American, IECEx

Installation options
Benchtop (standard) or mobile wheeled cart

Documents/ Manuals/Software


Application Notes:

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IFPAC-2021 (February 28 – March 5, 2021)

Join us for our three virtual presentations at IFPAC-2021:

March 1st at 1-5:30 PM EST – SmartRaman spectroscopy for automated monitoring and control of industrial processes

March 2nd at 1-5:30 PM EST – Tips and tricks to make process Raman spectroscopy a success

March 4th at 7:45-11:00 AM EST – Raman spectroscopy for automated monitoring and control of bioprocesses

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bIO-PRO KS 785 Installed Lab with operator


2020 Pharma Innovation Award

Our Kaiser Raman bIO-PRO, KS bioprocessing probe was recently selected as a 2020 Pharma Innovation Award winner by Pharma Manufacturing Magazine!

The Kaiser Raman bIO-PRO, KS probe provides fast, accurate measurement of key bioprocess variables from lab-to-process. It is an exciting advancement in our already well-established Kaiser Raman bioprocess product portfolio.

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Pittcon 2021 virtual conference


2021 Pittcon Conference & Expo (March 8-12, 2021)

Join us during our two virtual presentations at the 2021 Pittcon Conference & Expo:

March 8th at 1:30 PM EST – The Role of Process Raman Spectroscopy in Chemical and Polymer Applications

March 12 at 9:30 AM EST – Analytical Model Development for Raman Spectroscopy of Pharmaceutical Solids Processing and Upstream Bioprocessing

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