THz-Raman® Spectroscopy Benchtop Module

The TR-BENCH is configured for benchtop use and offers a range of interchangeable sample interface accessories holder for fast, easy measurements, including a convenient vial/tablet holder and a steerable non-contact optic (see options below). The system also comes with a standard cage mounting plate (centered on the collimated output beam) to allow for customized collection optics or easy integration into a customized system. Options include circular polarization or a dual-port/dual polarization output for simultaneous measurement of both S and P polarizations.

THZ-Raman Spectroscopy Benchtop Module

for Advanced Materials Characterization

TR-Series Products and Accessories

Full Raman spectrum of the pharmaceutical compound Carbamazepine showing both the THz-Raman “Structural Fingerprint” and traditional “Chemical Fingerprint” regions. Note higher intensity and symmetry of THz-Raman signals.



• Polymorph Identification
• Crystallization Monitoring
• Explosives & Drug Detection
• Forensics
• Archeology
• Mineralogy

Features & Benefits


  • Compact optical design with integrated high power single frequency laser source
  • Interchangeable sample interface – vial/tablet holder, steerable open beam, or contact probe tip
  • Fiber-coupled output enables easy interface to a wide range of spectrometers
  • Fast collection of THz-Raman spectra from 5 cm-1 to >3000 cm-1 (150 GHz to 90 THz)
  • Simultaneous Stokes and anti-Stokes signals improve SNR while providing inherent calibration reference
  • Can be added on to an existing Raman system or spectrometer, or incorporated into a complete turnkey system
  • Available at 532 nm, 785 nm, 850 nm, 976 nm, and 1064 nm excitation wavelengths


  • Both chemical composition and molecular structure from one Raman measurement
  • In-situ, real-time structural monitoring and chemical analysis
  • Higher SNR with inherent calibration reference
  • Faster, more comprehensive and reliable measurements
  • Compact, easy to use, and adaptable to existing Raman systems and spectrometers

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