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Agilent handheld FTIR Spectrometer – Bringing Laboratory Performance to the Field

  • FTIR spectrometer (wavelength range: 2.5 – 15 µm/wavenumbers 4000 – 650 cm-1) for the identification or quantification of surface parameters
  • Availability of a variety of sampling interfaces (Diffuse Reflectance, External Reflectance, Grazing Angle, Diamond ATR, Ge ATR)
  • Non-destructive testing (NDT) and material analysis deliver immediate results
  • Highest mobility through a balanced handheld design for samples too large, inconvenient or valuable to move into the lab
  • With its weight of approximatley 2 kg, the 4300 is the ideal solution for field use and deployment into non-laboratory situations

Short Description

The versatile handheld FTIR spectrometers are ideally suited to at-site, mid-IR measurement of various objects. The three optimized designs let you quickly scan large surfaces or areas, and knowledgeably assess factors such as identity, quality, authenticity and wear. In addition, the Handheld FTIR spectrometers enables you to analyse objects directly – without removing a sample – so you can reduce your dependence on overworked or off-site labs. Enjoy the convenience of a portable, handheld, battery-operated FTIR analyser!

Agilent 4100 Exoscan Agilent 4200 FlexScan Agilent 4300 Handheld
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Robust and cost efficient Flexible to be used in the most inaccessible of locations Ultra lightweight allows easy handling
Total weigh 3.2 kg Total weigh 2.86 kg Total weigh 2.2 kg



  • Absorbance or reflectance spectrum in the range of 2.5 to 15 µm respectively 4000 to 650 cm-1
  • Predefined methods for a large range of applications (e.g. material identification, classification and surface analyses) and the possibility to create new methods for individual data analyses
  • Huge spectral libraries exist already with the opportunity to add new reference spectra and to build new libraries


  • Mining and geology
  • Aerospace, automotive, paints, and coatings
  • Art and historical object conservation
  • Energy and chemicals
  • Food
  • Metals