Serstech is a Swedish company that specialises in designing and manufacturing high quality, hand-held Raman Spectrometer technology. Their principle device, the Serstech 100 Indicator, is a hand-held, light-weight Raman spectrometer that can identify more than 14,000 substances.Their chemical intelligence software, Chemdash,is the perfect tool for managing intelligence, evidence and substance libraries. Gather and share information about substances and update one or many instruments, on your PC or in the cloud.
Handheld Raman Spectrometers – Serstech 100 Indicator
The Serstech 100 Indicator is a reliable and cost-effective device used for assessing chemicals with libraries for explosives, narcotics, hazardous substances and chemical warfare agents. The indicator is handheld, portable and easy to use, ideal for chemical threat detection.
- All-in-one solution with one instrument for all types of chemicals
- No consumables, no factory calibration, no maintenance cost
- Updates of software and substance libraries included
- Rechargeable battery lasting more than eight hours
- Create libraries and add your own substances
- Quick and easy to decontaminate
- Training done in hours
Measure, Store, Analyse and Share
ChemDash is the perfect tool for managing intelligence, evidence and substance libraries. Gather and share information about substances and update one or many instruments, on your PC or in the cloud.
Serstech ChemDash is designed to get you valuable support for your actions wherever you are – in the car, at the scene of the crime or off-site. ChemDash is built on a flexible platform that allows you to work both in the cloud or locally on your PC.
ChemDash One is the stand-alone verison of ChemDash. If you are offline or have restrictions for sharing data through the cloud ChemDash One is the right software for you.
If you want to connect one or several Indicators into a system solution, sharing real-time intelligence, ChemDash Anywhere is the right choice for you. ChemDash Anywhere allows modern gathering and sharing of information, substance libraries and user data locally or remotely.