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Bruker Optics


Bruker Optics

Bruker Optics is a manufacturer and worldwide supplier of fourier transform infrared (FTIR), near-infrared (NIR) and raman spectrometers for a number of industries and applications such as pharmaceutical and life sciences.

Advanced FTIR spectroscopy

Since entering the field of FTIR spectroscopy in 1974, Bruker’s early instruments set new standards in FTIR research with
evacuable optics, high-resolution and automatic range change.

Our product line is always expanding, with instruments suitable for both analytical and research applications, bearing exceptional performance characteristics.

Bruker Optics offers the following products:


•   Raman spectrometers

•   Terahertz spectrometers

•   Remote sensing systems for various markets and applications

FTIR spectroscopy technical support

Bruker Optics has research and development (R&D) and manufacturing centres in Ettlingen, Germany, and has technical support centres and sales offices throughout Europe, North and South America, the Middle East and Asia.

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Remote Sensing

Bruker's remote sensing devices enable fast identifcation, quantification and visualisation of gas clouds from long distances.

SIGIS 2 SIGIS 2 is a scanning imaging remote sensing system that allows rapid identification, quantification and visualisation of gas clouds from long distances. The system maps a predefined area and results of the analysis are visualised by a video image, overlaid by a chemical image. The SIGIS 2 is part of the equipment of…

FTIR Routine Spectrometers

Bruker's FT-MIR routine spectrometers are compact, low-cost and are ideal for high-throughput screening.

ALPHA II The Fourier-transform infrared (FTIR) spectrometer ALPHA II combines outstanding quality with compactness and maximum user comfort. With its integrated touch panel PC and the intuitive OPUS-TOUCH software, the infrared (IR) analysis gets easier than ever. A dedicated workflow guides the operator from sample measurement to analysis report within a minimal number of steps. The…

FT-NIR Spectrometers

Bruker Optics' range of Fourier transform near-infrared (FT-NIR) spectrometers simplify near-infrared (NIR) analysis, assist with quality assurance (QA) / quality control (QC) work, and have a small footprint.

TANGO TANGO has exactly what users require of an FT-NIR spectrometer suitable for industrial use: robustness, high-precision and straightforward operator guidance. Key features include: Proven FT-NIR technology by Bruker Easy-to-use touchscreen operation Low cost of ownership thanks to high-quality components with long lifetime Robust and precise optics Direct calibration transfer to and from all Bruker…

FTIR and Raman Microscopes

For FTIR and Raman microscopes, Bruker offers LUMOS, HYPERION and SENTERRA.

Fully-automated FTIR microscopy: LUMOS Key features of the LUMOS system include: Standalone Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) microscope with full automation Highly comfortable and easy-to-use Motorised attenuated total reflection (ATR) crystal Fully-automated measurement in transmission, reflection and ATR mode Large working distance, allowing enough space for sampling Outperforming quality in both infrared (IR) and visible light…

MATRIX-MG Series – FTIR Based Gas Analysers

The MATRIX-MG Series from Bruker features high-performance gas analysers for the fully automated, high-precision and real-time monitoring of gas compositions based on infrared spectroscopy.

The target gas is analysed inside a gas cell, which is available with different optical path lengths of 10cm (MATRIX-MG01), 2m (MG2) and 5m (MG5) to cover a very broad range of applications. The identification and quantification of the gas compounds are performed by the comprehensive software package OPUS GA, which allows the quantification of…

FTIR Research Spectrometers

Bruker supplies a wide range of FTIR research spectrometers.

INVENIO® R INVENIO® R represents the entry level of Bruker’s research and development (R&D) Fourier-transform infrared (FTIR) spectrometers for demanding analytical and R&D applications. The innovative technology and smart design set standards for the next generation of FTIR spectrometers. The novel optical beam path provides excellent signal-to-noise ratio and a broad spectral range covering far infrared…

Raman Spectrometers

The BRAVO handheld Raman spectrometer from Bruker is an innovative, powerful and easy-to-operate system.

BRAVO BRAVO relies on the proven Bruker combination of innovation and quality and combines top-of-the-range technologies for an unparalleled performance. The patented fluorescence mitigation using Sequentially Shifted Excitation (SSE™), which enables the measurement of a much wider range of materials using handheld Raman spectrometers. Duo LASER™ excitation with two lasers offers high-sensitivity in a large…
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Bruker Optik launches ALPHA II

ALPHA II - The integrated and convenient FT-IR-solution
23rd October 2017

Bruker Launches New BRAVO Handheld Raman Spectrometer

The new Bruker Raman Verification Optics (BRAVO) complements Bruker’s Raman product range. It features an innovative fluorescence mitigation, intuitive graphical...
25th July 2016

New Possibilities in Raw Material ID Using Handheld Raman Spectroscopy

The quality of incoming raw materials is nothing to rely on. It is the basis for finished products which especially...
12th October 2015

Bruker Launches New BRAVO Handheld Raman Spectrometer for Raw Materials Identification

Bruker Corporation today announced the launch of the new BRAVO handheld Raman spectrometer for identification of raw materials. The new...
27th March 2015
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