Introducing the world’s smallest grating spectrometer offering high sensitivity, compact size, light weight and low cost
Nov 06 2018 Read 656 Times
Hamamatsu Photonics recently introduced their smallest grating spectrometer, the SMD series mini-spectrometer C14384MA, offering high near-infrared sensitivity, compact size, light weight and low cost. Compared to Hamamatsu’s existing range of MS series mini-spectrometers, the C14384MA is about 1/40th of the cubic size and 1/30th of the weight. It also offers sensitivity in the same near-infrared range, but around 50 times higher. This makes the C14384MA ideal for applications where real-time on-site measurement is required, for example environmental analysis from quadcopters to drones.
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