The most cost-effective solution of its kind on the market, the MFL-3000 enables law enforcement to quickly and easily perform drug identification in the field without destroying evidence. With a library of over 3,800 narcotics, precursors, synthetic drugs, and prescription pills, the MFL-3000 can identify the vast majority of both prescription pills and illicit substances found on the street. With the identification of cutting agents in street-mixtures, Centice is the first line in supporting intelligence-led investigations. Auto-generated, tamper-proof reports support the legal process.
Using lasers to excite molecules in any targeted sample, Centice captures and measures the “signature” of the resulting reflected energy patterns, or Raman spectra. Since each substance has a unique molecular composition, the spectral signature will also be unique. Comparing these results with the Centice custom databases to provide positive substance identification is how Centice leverages Raman spectroscopy to help today’s law enforcement professionals arrest confidently, convict faster, and win and close more cases.
|Size||Spectrometer: 6.5 x 11 x 3.5
Netbook: 7 x 10 x 1
|Library||3,600 narcotics, precursors, cutting agents, synthetics, and prescription drugs|
|Data Export Formats||CSV, Excel® spreadsheet, PDF|
|Operating Temperature||-4° F to 122° F (-20° C to 50° C)|
|Languages||English, Chinese, Russian, Spanish, Vietnamese, Portuguese, Thai|
|Spectral resolution||6-8 cm-1|
|Laser wavelength||785nm +/- 0.5nm|
|Laser spot size||1.5 mm|