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FTIR Array Microscope

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IRT-7000 Multi-channel array FTIR Microscope

The IRT-7000 FT-IR multi-channel FTIR microscope offers two detectors as standard, a 16-channel linear array detector and a single-point MCT detector. The combination of the standard automatic sample stage and "IQ Mapping" function allows mapping analyses of a large sample area, multi-area ATR mapping, and IR imaging of a specific area with extremely high spatial resolution and excellent sensitivity in a short time.

  • Imaging at four times the speed of other commercially available linear array systems
  • Twice the signal-to-noise, in unit time, of other systems
  • Capable of NIR and Mid-IR measurements with optimized detectors
  • Dynamic imaging of samples with both conventional rapid scan and step-scan technologies
  • IQ Mapping
  • Full IR Imaging function
  • Up to four objectives
  • Wide area mapping and multi-ATR imaging 
  • Multivariate analysis
  • PCA  (Principal Component Analysis) (standard)


FT-IR Micro-area Analysis: IQ Mapping™

JASCO's new FT-IR microscope systems feature an innovative capability for sample analysis, "IQ Mapping". This function enables automated multi-point mapping, line mapping and IR Imaging analyses of a microscopic area with a manual sample stage and a single element detector. The microscope system automatically scans the specified points or area, rapidly collecting a full spectrum of each point without moving the sample stage.
The IQ Mapping function can provide a measurement of a maximum area of 400 μm square using the 16™ cassegrain objective. The combination of IQ Mapping with the automated XYZ stage provides a wide area analysis capability.


A wide range of optional accessories is available. The microscope system can be optimized for sample application requirements.

  • 5.7 inch TFT color display or Binocular
  • Wavelength extension options
  • ATR objectives and pressure sensor
  • Grazing angle objective and IR polarizer
  • Sample purge and vacuum options
  • Sample observation options
    (Visible polarizer, Fluorescence observation,
    Refractive objectives (10x, 20x), etc.)

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