- Eliminates fluorescence interference
- On-board camera
- Automatic precursor warning
- Non-visible sample detection
- Optional QuickDetect mode
New 1064 nm handheld Raman analyzer for explosives & narcotics detection
Fast chemical identification in a new tactical design
Rigaku ResQ CQL offers first responders, border protection, and law enforcement an advanced method for identifying potential threats in an improved tactical form factor, thereby improving functionality particularly in high stress environments. By combining the 1064 nm Raman advantage with improved ergonomics and sample presentation, ResQ CQL makes it even easier to perform chemical analysis of powders, liquids, gels, mixtures and more.
The 1064 nm Raman Advantage
The Progeny ResQ CQL is an improved chemical detection system that uses Raman spectroscopy to identify unknown compounds. The unique 1064 nm Raman advantage of the handheld Progeny ResQ CQL provides users with the ability to identify colored substances or through colored packaging while eliminating fluorescence sample interference common to older generation handheld Raman analyzers. Users can expect reliable results in less than a minute – every time!
The ResQ CQL handheld Raman analyzer includes a standard library of over 13,000 Raman-active chemicals – including explosives, chemical warfare agents (CWAs) precursors, hazardous chemicals, narcotics, cutting agents, pesticides, steroids and more – as well as the added capabilities to upgrade, transfer, and translate entries. The utilization of 1064 nm Raman excitation provides users with the ability to identify more with reduced fluorescence interference – common to older generation models, thus providing the most advanced explosives and narcotics analyzer available.
For even more convenience, various accessories are available to fit most sampling needs. These will assist when analyzing various forms of a substance, as well as keep the user safe from a potentially hazardous material
- Adjustable nose
- Vial adaptor
- Bottle adaptor
- Tablet adaptor
- Periscope adaptor
The ResQ CQL handheld 1064 nm Raman analyzer goes beyond industry standards for traditional handheld Raman analysis. To ensure quality use in the field that is also an acceptable testing method, ResQ CQL has undergone several certifications, including:
- MIL-STD 810-G rugged
- SWGDRUG Category A for presumptive testing
- SWGDRUG Category C for confirmatory testing (with QuickDetect)
- FDA 21 CFR Part 11 traceable reports
- IP-68 decontamination
- ISO 9001:2015 certified manufacturing facility
The ResQ CQL analyzer is supported by Rigaku’s global sales and support distribution team, offering 24//7 Reachback support, library updates and software upgrades for the life of the analyzer.
|Product name||ResQ CQL|
|Technique:||Handheld Raman with 1064 nm excitation wavelength|
Large, softkey buttons
|Basic Standard Library:||~13,000 compounds including CWA, explosives, TIC/TIM, narcotics|
|On-board digital camera:||Included|
|QuickDetect Automated Colorimetrics:||Optional|
|Battery Power:||Included: Two rechargeable Li-Po
Compatible: disposable CR123A (six)
|Industry Regulation Compliance||
Bottle adapter forms to bottles of different sizes and shapes. It snaps onto the nosecone.
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.
Universal adaptor can secure various sample types for easier analysis. It snaps onto the nosecone.
Periscope adapter allows the user to adjust the laser focus to reach different sample heights. It attaches to the front of the unit and secured with a thumb screw.
|Booth number||Date||Location||Event website|
|Forensic Sciences Exhibition||-||Taiwan|
|FLORIAN 2020||-||Dresden, Germany||Website|
|analytica 2020||-||Virtual conference||Website|
|Japanese Association Forensic Science Conference||Japan|
|CBRNe Convergence||203||-||Boston, MA||Website|
|JASIS 2020||-||Tokyo, Japan||Website|
|ARABLAB 2020||-||Dubai, UAE||Website|
|Land Forces||-||Queensland, Australia||Website|