Lightnovo

Lightnovo is a spin-off company from Technical University of Denmark (DTU). It was established in 2019 by DTU's researchers Oleksii Ilchenko, Yurii Pilhun and Anja Boisen with investment from Xnovo Technology ApS. Lightnovo’s mission is the production and commercialisation of Raman related technologies based on intellectual property developed by the founders. 

Lightnovo's vision is to become the leading developer and provider of Raman spectroscopy and Raman microscopy solutions for research-grade, industrial and consumer applications.

Raman Microscopy

RG Raman Microscope - Premium research-grade confocal Raman microscope

RG Raman microscope is perfectly suited all kinds of demanding Raman spectroscopy applications that require high spectral and spatial resolution, long mapping range, extremely stable laser power, high sensitivity and broad spectral range (from low frequency to high frequency Raman shift).

THOR system

Mirrorless confocal Raman microscope. THOR microscope perfectly suits for any kind of demanding Raman spectroscopy applications that require high spectral and spatial resolution, large mapping area, extremely stable laser power, high sensitivity and broad spectral range (from low frequency to high frequency Raman shift).

MiniRaman Microscope

Lightnovo's miniRaman microscope is the world smallest confocal Raman microscope for laser wavelengths 660nm and 785nm. With a footprint of only 12x13cm all while still providing diffraction limited spatial resolution, extremely high throughput and equipped with reflection, off-axis and transmittance white light microscopy. 

Raman Spectrometers

MiniRaman spectrometer

miniRaman is the World's smallest Raman spectrometer with high sensitivity for the most sophisticated Raman applications. Featuring a patented, reference channel, this technology allows for an automatic calibration of the unstabilised laser wavelength drift. 

RG Raman Spectrometer

RG Raman is an extremely compact research=grade Raman spectrometer that is perfectly suited to any kind of demanding Raman spectroscopy applications that requires high spectral resolution, extremely stable laser power, high sensitivity and broad spectral range (from low frequency to high frequency Raman shift).

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