Flexible High Performance Raman Solutions

Nanobase’s transmission spectrometer delivers >90% spectrum peak efficiency, higher performance and wider scanning area at ultra-high speed (>200 µm x 200 µm).  The use of transmission gratings (Volume Phase Grating) are 30% higher in efficiency than lens-based configurations (see graphs)

Their modular design means you can easily add features as your needs progress and allows easy integration with existing equipment such as Flim, Photocurrent measurements, AFM, etc

Xper RF

High-end confocal Raman Spectrometer with integrated Fluorescence Lifetime imaging (FLIM) .

XperRam S

Most popular Standard Raman Model – with multiple choices and combinations of lasers and filters.

XperRam C

Compact Version of XperRam S – Similar to the XpeRam S but with a single laser/filter combination.

XperRAM M Series

Macro Raman system – this is more for field work, manufacturing, powder measurements, quality control. It does not have mapping or a microscope and operates an optical probe-based system. This can be single or multi probe configurations.


Fluorescence Lifetime imaging – is equipped with the single-photon avalanche diode (SPAD)- TCSPC FLIM system and can offer options of detection channels at lowcost, realizing super fast analysis for FLIM researchers.


Photo current imaging and analysis – 3-probe measurement using a high performance 2-channel sourcemeter unit provides a variety of photocurrent information, displaying detailed photocurrent differences in a large area in a form of high quality 2D maps.

Xper IP Mini

Non-destructive optical thickness measurement.    

Powerful, affordable thickness measurement with a range between 1.2 mm -0.03 mm +/- 0.2% accuracy

Custom Projects – example 1:

An XperRAM S was modified for studies on the electrical and optical properties of wire bonded materials such as Si wafer in one system. A supercontinuum laser source was used.

Custom Projects – example 2:

Modified Raman spectroscopy system based on XperRAM C Series for real-time monitoring of CVD process. We also developed a long, sealed probe to protect from exposure to chemicals for this project

The graphs illustrate the superior efficiency of Nanobase’s use of VPH transmission gratings (Volume PHase Grating) over lens-based techniques.