Advanced handheld Raman spectrometer
Material verification and authentication
By integrating Progeny into the development of new applications or adapting it to current workflows, you can expect the ability to:
- Accurately analyze your materials through packaging
- Minimize the learning curve with a smartphone inspired interface
- Increase confidence in your material ID with unparalleled sensitivity
- Measure a wide range of materials with interference-free data
- Expand your data transfer flexibility (LIMS, wireless, and docking station)
Perform lab-quality analysis of the widest range of solids, powders, liquids and other substances with handheld Progeny. Designed to be customized and flexible for seamless integration into any work environment for:
- Raw material identification of pharmaceutical, nutraceutical and cosmetic ingredients
- Verification of trial materials, chemical, solvents and cell culture media
- Authentication of finished products and anti-counterfeit prevention
Streamlining material ID workflow
Progeny is a technologically advanced portable Raman spectrometer, expertly designed for processes including incoming material receiving, the warehouse, clean room, laboratory analysis and mobile lab. With the push towards 100% inspection, Progeny handheld Raman enables users to reduce workflow steps and make immediate decisions. CompleteID software provides fast and simple PASS / FAIL results, helping to achieve leaner manufacturing processes and lower costs per analysis without compromising quality.
1064 nm laser for superior Raman performance
Unlike other portable Raman spectrometers, Progeny successfully minimizes sample-induced fluorescence interference with the use of a unique 1064 nm excitation laser for expanded positive material identification. Sample moisture content is not an issue either. Progeny handheld Raman spectrometer delivers the industry’s widest and most comprehensive range of raw material identification and finished pharmaceutical product authentication in a handheld, sealed platform.
Manufacturers must comply with rigorous requirements to ensure consistent production of safe and effective products. Progeny handheld Raman facilitates regulatory compliance by providing a complete IQ/OQ/PQ protocol package, unique and truly compliant 21 CFR Part 11 digital signatures and an integrated camera for barcode reading to ensure error free data entry.
Progeny is an FDA 1040, USP, EP, MHRA GMP approved technique.
|Benefit||Complete material identification and verification|
|Technology||Handheld 1064 nm Raman spectroscopy|
|Core attributes||1064 nm excitation wavelength reduces fluorescence interference, Customizable library, 21 CFR Part 11 compliant digital signatures, On-board barcode scanner|
|Core options||Docking station for easy data transfer to LIMS or Server, Adjustable focus vial adapter to accommodate different vial sizes, Tablet adapter to accommodate different sized tablets and other sample types for increased flexibility, IQOQPQ document and on-site validation services|
|Core dimensions||299 (L) x 810 (H) x 740 (D) mm / 11.8 (L) x 3.2 (H) x 2.9 (D) in|
|Mass||1.6 kg / 3.7 lbs (core unit)|
|Power requirements||Battery: 14.4 V Li-ion, 3100 mAH, > 5 hrs|
Bottle adapter forms to bottles of different sizes and shapes. It snaps onto the nosecone.
Docking station expands data transfer portability. Quickly upload records to your LIMS or server. Transfer custom libraries to multiple units while charging the battery.
Tablet/universal adapter can be used to hold samples of varying sizes including pills, capillary tubes, vials and small plastic packets. The tablet holder easily snaps onto the adjustable base adapter
Vial holder allows the user to adjust the sample position to optimize the laser focus for different sized vials. It attaches to the front of the unit and secured with a thumb screw.
|Booth number||Date||Location||Event website|
|Texas Narcotics Officers Association Conference||-||South Padre Island, TX||Website|
|Pennsylvania Hazmat Conference||Champion, PA||Website|
|CLIA Labs Conference||-||Atlanta, GA||Website|
|NGAUS 2019||-||Denver, CO||Website|
|Colorado Drug Investigators Annual Training||-||Breckenridge, CO||Website|
|JASIS 2019||-||Chiba, Japan||Website|
|Virginia Hazmat Conference||-||Norfolk, VA||Website|
|CBRNe Protection Symposium||30A||-||Malmo, Sweden||Website|
|Continuing Challenge||-||Sacramento, CA||Website|
|SEECAT 2019||-||Tokyo, Japan||Website|
|Lab Asia 2019||-||Kuala Lampure, Malaysia||Website|
|Taipei Instruments Expo||-||Taipei, Taiwan||Website|
|International Association Chiefs of Police Conference||5345||-||Chicago, IL||Website|
|CBRNe Convergence||203||-||Nashville, TN||Website|
|Japanese Association Forensic Science Conference||-||Tokyo, Japan|
|Science Expo||-||Osaka, Japan|