- Identifies colored substances in seconds without flourescence
- Large, comprehensive library
- Creates tamper-proof results
- Intuitive software with touchscreen or button navigation
The original 1064 nm handheld Raman for chemical threat analysis
Rapid chemical identification of unknown substances
The Rigaku Progeny ResQ 1064 nm handheld Raman analyzer provides emergency responders, law enforcement agencies and the military with the industry’s most comprehensive tool for chemical threat identification, CBRNe detection, and narcotics classification in a fast and simple handheld form.
Faced with increasingly sophisticated chemical threats and global drug trafficking, Progeny ResQ provides users with confidence to:
- Detect explosive threats quickly and accurately in harsh environments
- Identify a wide range of narcotics and illegal drugs
- Respond to suspicious hazardous materials that risk public safety
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The Original 1064 nm Chemical Threat Analyzer
The handheld Progeny ResQ is the original Raman analyzer used to identify unknown compounds utilizing 1064nm laser excitation. Differentiated from traditional handheld and portable Raman systemsThe 1064 nm advantage overcomes sample-induced fluorescence interference, allowing operators to identify many real-world compounds (including those that are colored or found in colored packaging) that were previously “invisible” to older generation systems.
The Progeny ResQ handheld Raman analyzer delivers the most comprehensive substance identification tool to first responders and hazmat professionals. Containing a library of close to 13,000 compounds – including common household chemicals, TICs/TIMs, explosives, narcotics, pesticides, steroids – Progeny ResQ has the ability to measure colored materials through packaging, reducing sample fluorescence interference issues.
Threat recipe alerts with 4C Technology
The Progeny ResQ handheld Raman analyzer has the unique ability to monitor individually identified chemicals that could possibly be used in combinations as precursors to create an ever more hazardous situation – such as the making of explosives or illicit drugs – with 4C Technology. Often a first responder is required to know these vast recipes or have an immediate ability to verify with an off-site expert. This can cause unnecessary delays. Progeny ResQ can now foresee a potentially more dangerous threat and warn the user automatically.
The Progeny ResQ handheld chemical threat analyzer has passed rigorous testing to the United States Military Standard 810-G and IP 68. Progeny ResQ can be operated using one hand with its touch-screen or controlled by the large, hard press buttons that can be felt through several layers of gloves. What’s more, the Progeny ResQ handheld Raman chemical threat analyzer has an embedded 5 mp camera for sample or environment image capture that can be attached to an analysis report.
|Product name||Progeny ResQ|
|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|
|Battery Power:||Two Li-ion rechargeable batteries|
|Industry Regulation Compliance||
Bottle adapter forms to bottles of different sizes and shapes. It snaps onto the nosecone.
Docking station expands data transfer portability with the ability to transfer custom libraries to multiple units, as well as provide a battery charge.
Holster provides hands-free transport of the analyzer.
Protective boot provides a safeguard cover (not required)
Universal adaptor can secure various sample types for easier analysis. 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.
|Booth number||Date||Location||Event website|
|Florida Hazardous Materials Symposium||-||Daytona Beach, FL||Website|
|General Police Equipment Exhibition & Conference (GPEC) 2020||B105||-||Frankfurt, Germany||Website|
|USBTA EOD Industry Day||Washington, DC||Website|
|Pittcon 2020||-||Chicago, IL||Website|
|Security Show||-||Makuhari, Japan||Website|
|Japan Ground Self Defense Force||-||Japan|
|ARABLAB 2020||-||Dubai, UAE||Website|
|Forum Labo||609||-||Lyon, France||Website|
|analytica 2020||431||-||Munich, Germany||Website|
|Kyoto International Congress||-||Kyoto, Japan||Website|
|MI Hazmat Conference||-||Thompsonville, MI||Website|
|New England Narcotic Enforcement Officers Association Conference||-||Newport, RI||Website|
|IAFC Hazmat 2020||415||-||Baltimore, MD||Website|
|Japanese Association Forensic Toxicology Conference||-||Japan|
|Food & Pharma Tech Exhibition||-||Taipei, Taiwan||Website|
|FL Narcotic Officers Assocation Conference||-||Lake Buena Vista, FL||Website|
|NGAUS 2020||-||Boston, MA||Website|
|Land Forces||-||Queensland, Australia||Website|
|VA Hazmat Conference||-||Norfolk, VA||Website|
|Forensic Sciences Exhibition||-||Taiwan|
|IACP 2020||2542||-||New Orleans, LA||Website|