Wilmington, Massachusetts, USA
Juggernaut Design’s Rigaku ResQ CQL offers first responders, border protection, and law enforcement an advanced method for identifying potential threats in an improved tactical form factor, thereby improving functionality, particularly in high-stress environments.
By combining the 1064 nm Raman advantage with improved ergonomics and sample presentation, ResQ CQL makes it even easier to perform chemical analysis of powders, liquids, gels, mixtures and more.
The device was awarded with a 2020 Good Design Award by The Chicago Athenaeum.
The Progeny ResQ CQL is an improved chemical detection system that uses Raman spectroscopy to identify unknown compounds.
The unique 1064 nm Raman advantage of the handheld Progeny ResQ CQL provides users with the ability to identify colored substances or through colored packaging while eliminating fluorescence sample interference common to older generation handheld Raman analyzers. Users can expect reliable results in less than a minute.
The ResQ CQL handheld Raman analyzer includes a standard library of over 13,000 Raman active
chemicals – including explosives, chemical warfare agents (CWAs) precursors, hazardous chemicals, narcotics, cutting agents, pesticides, steroids and more – as well as the added capabilities to upgrade, transfer, and translate entries.
The utilization of 1064 nm Raman excitation provides users with the ability to identify more with reduced fluorescence interference – common to older generation models, thus providing the most advanced explosives and narcotics analyzer available.
Designers: Juggernaut Design
Manufacturer: Rigaku Analytical Devices