Specim’s new AFX10 and AFX17 systems are compact solutions for lightweight (2.5 kg) hyperspectral imaging.
The new CAS 125 spectroradiometer with a CMOS sensor is designed to maximise production efficiency and offers a unique “Recipe” mode that enables time-optimised control.
New features to enhance existing mass spectrometry workflows.
Ionicon’s new Ultra and X2 upgrades increase instrument sensitivity beyond 20,000.
The Southwest Research Institute has introduced Floodlight, a cheminformatics machine learning tool.
Hamamatsu’s model C15511-01 is an FT-NIR engine for use in building handheld spectrometers.
The NanoDrop QC Software natively runs chemometric methods on the NanoDrop OneC spectrophotometer.
Agilent Technologies have introduced two new models of turbomolecular pumps to their TwisTorr turbo pump range, both with a more compact design and smart capabilities.
Teledyne Princeton Instruments expands its NIRvana SWIR camera portfolio with the NIRvana HS.
Pleora Technologies and perClass are cooperating over the AI Gateway and “no code” machine learning hyperspectral imaging plug-in.
Bruker has introduced an XRF solution to test and verify adherence to the International Maritime Organization Low Sulfur Fuel Oil Standard Requirement.
SciAps’ X-505 is the second addition to its new product line of small, light handheld X-ray analysers.
Ocean Insight’s NanoQuest is a MEMS-based FT-NIR spectrometer with a wavelength range of 1350–2500 nm.
Hiden Analytical have introduced the pQA portable gas analyser.
The new Labsphere UV LED Flux Spectroradiometer available from Pro-Lite comes calibrated to NIST standards from 200 nm to 980 nm.
This virtual companion to Thermo Scientific’s TruScan RM handheld Raman analyser creates efficiencies in material identity verification for pharmaceutical and biotechnology manufacturers.
PicoQuant’s VisUV platform of high-powered, picosecond pulsed lasers has been expanded with two new modules.
NIREOS introduces a new global imaging ultra-sensitive hyperspectral camera.
New handheld X-ray analyser weighs 2.8 lbs with the battery.
PicoQuant’s upgrade to its Taiko PDL M1 picosecond pulsed laser driver makes it capable of utilising the full power of its diodes.
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