Thermo Scientific POA



The Gemini Analyzer is the first and only integrated Raman and FTIR handheld instrument in the world, providing complementary and confirmatory testing in a single, field-portable device.

Raman and FTIR are highly specific and reliable identification methods. By integrating both into a single analyzer, operators harness the power of each technology while enabling a broader range of chemical identification.

Gemini is designed for rapid, accurate identification of unknown chemicals directly in the field and identifies;

Explosives, Toxic industrial chemicals (TICs), Chemical warfare agents (CWAs), Narcotics and precursors, And more, in liquid, solid and powder form.


  • Lightweight and compact
  • Built for field use,
  • Enables operators to quickly switch between analysis techniques.
  • Leverages both Raman and FTIR technology to address a broader range of samples than either technique alone.
  • Identifies unknown solids and liquids, from explosives and chemical warfare agents to industrial chemicals and precursors using a comprehensive onboard library.
  • Includes a motorized anvil which adjusts sample pressure based on user settings.
  • Features Raman and FTIR Scan Delay to allow users to leave the hazard zone before initiating a scan.
  • Guides the operator through technology selection and sampling with Scan Assist.
  • Customizable Profiles allow the operator to set scan parameters based on the sample, scenario and their situational awareness
  • Minimizes user error and eliminates subjective user interpretation.
  • Requires minimal training for proficiency.


Weight1.9 kg
Size256 x 146 x 61 mm
Spectral RangeFTIR: 4000 – 650 cm-1 RAMAN: (785nm) 250cm-1 - 2875cm-1
Spectral ResolutionFTIR: 4 cm-1 RAMAN: 7 - 10.5cm-1 (FWHM)
Collection OpticsFTIR: ATR Diamond Crystal RAMAN: Fiber optic prob
SurvivabilityMIL-STD-810G and IP67
Operating Temp-20°C to +50°C
Power SupplyInternal 3.7v lithium polymer (QTY) battery pack, Internal CR123A (QTY 3) batteries, DC wall adapter, 12v DC 1.25A
Data ExportSPC file (for use in stadard spectroscopic software), text or PDF