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Independent Forensics RSID Semen-Testing Kit

April 1, 2006
Independent Forensics’ Rapid Stain Identification Semen Kit (RSID-Semen) is the first fluid specific test for the presence of semen. The kit is specific for human semenogelin antigens and will not cross-react with the myriad of other human body fluids that can cause false positives. The RSID Semen kit is designed to help crime laboratories correctly identify which samples from rape kits should go forward for DNA analysis.

Grace Industries Forensic Scanner

February 1, 2006
Grace Industries’ forensic scanner features a discerning hydrocarbon detector in combination with six different colored LED lights—ultraviolet, blue, red, green, yellow, and white—with various light colors to detect potential evidence not visible under normal light. The forensic scanner features a gas detector that will sense trace hydrocarbons at less than 50 parts per million, indicating the presence of volatile accelerants and solvents.

Sirchie Fingerprint Laboratories MegaMaxx Forensic Light Kit

January 1, 2006
Sirchie MegaMaxx is a compact kit that contains eight LED-type lights ranging from ultraviolet to 625nm, plus one white light. Each light is made of heavy-duty aluminum alloy and operates on batteries. Seven of the lights feature a high-intensity, 1-watt LED; the UV light features five LEDs for greater power. The kit also includes barrier goggles, special camera lens filters, a tripod light holder, and sturdy carrying case.

Sirchie Finger Print Laboratories Forensic Alternate Light

September 1, 2005
Sirchie’s GoldPanther Forensic Alternate Light source for crime scenes and crime labs is a self-contained, fully portable device featuring a wide range of light frequencies from visible light to longwave UV up to 530nm in six steps. A rear-mounted, 12-volt, rechargeable battery powers the light and the bandpass filters are contained in two sliding filter arrays. Three camera barrier filters and three pairs of barrier goggles are supplied in yellow, orange, and red.

Ocean Optics Forensic Spectral Analysis

July 1, 2005
Ocean Optics’ LIBS-ELITE is a laser-induced breakdown spectrometer that provides real-time, high-resolution spectral analysis of elements in a variety of materials. The system covers the 200 to 980nm spectral range at 0.1nm in a single laser pulse and can be used in applications that range from education to forensic sample testing.
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