Our Windows-based Raman Environment (WiRE) software is the true power behind our Raman instruments. It controls the acquisition of Raman data and provides users with dedicated data processing and analysis options. Use WiRE to identify an unknown spectrum, remove background interference or determine the distribution of particles in megapixel-sized Raman images. Click the boxes below to find out how WiRE can control your Raman system, analyse your data and grow with you and your research with optional upgrades.
Brochure: WiRE Software
Renishaw’s Windows®-based Raman Environment (WiRE™) software is dedicated to Raman spectroscopy and is the power behind Renishaw’s Raman spectrometers.
Product note: WiRE software - Spectrum Search
The Spectrum Search software module enables the user to rapidly and accurately identify unknown spectra from pure materials and mixtures.
Product note: Particle Analysis module
Details of the Particle Analysis Module that enables you to focus on chemically identifying multiple particles and correlating this information with morphology parameters, such as diameter, length and aspect ratio.
Application note: Particle analysis of trace fingerprint residue
Details of how the inVia™ Qontor© confocal Raman microscope and Particle Analysis software module were used to analyse traces of material in fingerprint residues.
Application note: Morphologically targeted Raman analysis of microplastic particles
Details of using an inVia™ Raman microscope and Particle Analysis software to determine the composition and morphology of particles in a commercially available bottle of mineral water.
Product note: Correlate module in WiRE software
The Correlate module within Renishaw WiRE software enables you to easily transfer samples between microscope systems, and automatically visualise the combined results.
Application note: Using the Correlate™ module to study a mineralogical section with Raman and SEM
An application note detailing the use of the Correlate™ module of the WiRE™ software to combine a Raman and SEM image of the same section of a mineralogical sample and in so doing creating more powerful data, by combining the chemical and physical information of the two techniques.
When used within a suitable environment, WiRE complies with 21 CFR Part 11 (the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's part 11 of Title 21 of the Code of Federal Regulations; Electronic Records; Electronic Signatures).
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WiRE training modules
WiRE training modules give step-by-step instructions on how to optimise your experiments.
A range of PDFs and videos are available to existing customers on our training modules page