Spectragryph is a universal interactive optical spectroscopy software, developed by Spectroscopy Ninja and used by scientists and researchers.
The TSI | ChemLogix Raman spectroscopy product line includes handheld, portable, benchtop and gas phase process Raman spectrometers.
TSI's customers use Raman Spectroscopy instruments to analyze materials for applications including incoming raw material and counterfeit identification, food safety and chemical research.
Integrating Spectragryph software expands the methods which researchers can use and organize Raman spectrometer data.
Dr Amy Bauer, TSI principal applications support engineer, said the partnership incorporates Spectroscopy Ninja software with its Raman instruments.
"Our customers will be able to easily control acquisition parameters, calibrate X- and Y- axes, carry out bulk processing, perform spectral library searches and more. This will open up new and valuable ways of working with TSI spectrometer data."
TSI | ChemLogix will be exhibiting at Pittcon 2018 in Orlando, 26 February to 1 March.