Designed to provide quick information about unknown materials in critical situations, MIRA XTR DS and MIRA DS give first responders the actionable intelligence they need to formulate the best response. When law enforcement, military, and other defense and security professionals encounter illicit materials, they can get fast, onsite material ID without reaching out to a lab.

  • Large libraries available containing thousands of chemicals, including explosives, narcotics, and illicit materials
  • No-contact sampling with through-package, standoff, and remote acquisition capabilities such as integration into a remote-controlled robot
  • Wide variety of sampling attachments available for liquids, solids, and powders
  • Results within seconds
  • Easy-to-use instrument from power-up to results, no technical knowledge is required

Brochure: MIRA XTR DS handheld Raman spectrometer (8.926.5000, PDF, 7 MB)

Brochure: MIRA DS handheld Identification System (8.923.5003, PDF, 650 KB)

Smart and rugged handheld Raman spectroscopy

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The MIRA XTR DS / MIRA DS is IPS and MILSTD certified to withstand the rigors of sampling in field conditions. This handheld spectrometer is rugged and withstands dust, water, impacts, and vibration.

In addition, automated sampling routines for non-technical users make the operation of MIRA XTR DS / MIRA DS easy and smart. Smart Acquire on MIRA XTR DS / MIRA DS systems automatically optimizes sampling parameters, collects and processes data, and performs library searches with one touch of a screen for fast results when they matter the most.

Download the following free white paper to learn more about Smart Aquire:

Smart Acquire – Automated Raman Material ID for Defense and Security Professionals

Analyzing mixtures

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When you need information about mixtures, MIRA XTR DS / MIRA DS can be used in combination with ID Kit for quick dual analysis of major and minor components.

With our ID Kit, you can identify heroin and opioids in samples in no time.

Staying safe

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MIRA XTR DS / MIRA DS helps to protect those who preserve public safety with specialized no-contact and standoff attachments, onboard libraries that include hazard warnings, and a mobile app for remote/delayed acquisition and instant results sharing.

To maximize safety, MIRA XTR DS can be integrated into a robotic platform for analyzing hazardous substances from a remote location.

Safe sampling of sensitive materials

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All systems from Metrohm Raman perform sensitive interrogations using the unique Orbital Raster Scan (ORS) feature, meaning that samples are not consumed, damaged, or burned.

With ORS, the sampling laser moves over a large area to increase the amount of information collected with each scan. ORS achieves an outstanding resolution even for heterogeneous samples and reduces the risk for sample degradation or burning.

Learn more about Orbital Raster Scan (ORS) in this free application note

MIRA Cal DS: dedicated software for laboratory grade results

MIRA systems benefit from our proprietary companion software that supports results viewing and sample reprocessing for enhanced mixture matching and fluorescence rejection. Custom library building and operating procedures allow customers to tailor MIRA XTR DS / MIRA DS to their area of concern.

Which Raman spectrometer fits your requirements?

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How our MIRA systems help you to stay safe

Download free white paper

Download our white paper "Safety in any situation: addressing the needs of first responders" to learn more about the different sampling attachments for MIRA XTR DS / MIRA DS.

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