The Lactoscope™ FT-B instrument provides accurate, cloud-connected testing and results in under 45 s.
The S20 series of autosamplers is the latest generation designed specifically for PerkinElmer’s spectroscopy platforms.
PerkinElmer’s Spectrum™ Two + FT-IR spectrometer has been updated with new computing features.
PerkinElmer’s new Spectrum™ 3 FT-IR spectrometer covers the near, mid and far-IR ranges.
Bruker has launched the OMEGA 5 FT-IR based gas analyser for automated, high-precision and real-time monitoring of gas concentrations even in complex gas mixtures.
Near infrared analyser based on the Texas Instruments DLP NIR chip.
RoHS compliant sealed liquid cell.
Portable diamond ATR, FT-IR analyser for identifying chemical threats.
HORIBA Scientific introduced the LabRAM Soleil, a multimodal Raman microscope designed for UV-vis-NIR imaging.
Viavi’s MicroNIR PAT-Ux is designed for real-time process monitoring in hazardous environments.
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.
Hamamatsu’s model C15511-01 is an FT-NIR engine for use in building handheld spectrometers.
Ocean Insight’s NanoQuest is a MEMS-based FT-NIR spectrometer with a wavelength range of 1350–2500 nm.
HORIBA Scientific has announced a new fibre-coupled multispectra system capable of simultaneous measurement of up to 32 channels.
Scattering scanning near-field optical microscopy/atomic force microscopy-infrared system with broadband femtosecond IR laser.
Bruker has launched the INVENIO X FT-IR system, which provides new beam splitter options and high spectral resolution.
Unity Scientific has announced the release of UCal 4™ chemometric toolbox for the creation, optimisation and validation of NIR calibrations.
Si-Ware Systems is introducing a handheld material analysis scanner with “plug-and-play” development capability for rapid deployment in the field or on the factory floor.
Hamamatsu have developed a way to mass-produce a compound opto-semiconductor not containing Hg and Cd but able to detect in the mid-IR to 14.3 µm.