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Sample measurements by Timegate

Unlock New Possibilities for Your Project with Timegated® Raman Measurements

Accessing cutting-edge technology such as Timegated® Raman Technology for smaller projects can be challenging due to funding limitations. Our service bridges this gap, via the PicoRaman M3 spectrometer measurements utilizing the patented Timegated® Raman Technology, allowing you to explore the uncharted territories of your project without owning the equipment.

Send your samples to us via the form below and we will carry out the measurements and provide the Raman spectra for you.

Itʼs time to see the unseen.

With our service, you gain a gateway to unprecedented insights. Explore new dimensions in your research, delve deeper into analyzing your samples and discover the chemical fingerprint of your material. We have measured bioreactor samples such as harvested media, studied VSELS (Very Small Embryonic-Like Cells) in life science samples, and analyzed biopharmaceutical samples like protein aggregation.

Empower your project with the capabilities of Timegated® Raman spectroscopy, unraveling what was previously unseen and expanding the possibilities for your research, regardless of your funding constraints and with less investments.

Timegated® Raman spectroscopy

Raman spectroscopy is based on the Raman effect, discovered nearly 100 years ago (1928). It is a non-destructive and label-free technique for studying vibrational or rotational modes present in a material without extensive sample preparation. A Raman spectrum yields a wealth of information about the sample and is usually regarded as the fingerprint of the sample. However, in many cases, sample-induced fluorescence obscures the Raman signal during spectral detection.

Timegated® Raman Technology provides an efficient technical solution for measuring the Raman spectrum where fluorescence has been a showstopper.

The Timegated® Raman spectrometer offers several advantages over conventional Raman spectrometers and opens an enormous potential for the use of this new technology in different application areas.


Laser source

532 nm pulsed laser

Spectral Range

200–2500 cm-1

Spectral resolution

6–7 cm-1


CMOS SPAD matrix with 1536 pixels

Sample holders

Sample cups, falcon tube, quartz cuvette, glass cuvette, conical flask, microscopic slide depending on the application


Immersion probe, Microprobe, slurry probe, and non-contact probe

Number of measurements per sample

10 (in case of microscope measurement, 1 spectrum per spot and 10 spots will be measured)


Key advantages of Timegated® Raman Spectroscopy:

  • Access new data that has not been seen before
  • Enabling new results and information for research
  • Real fluorescence suppression
  • Effective removal of ambient light and
    thermal emission interference

Please check if your sample or the analyte of interest is Raman active, as not all materials are. Typically, atomic elements are not Raman active as Raman is a form of molecular spectroscopy. If you have any doubts, please contact us the name of the analyte of your interest to be detected, and or quantified.




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Raman measurements