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MIR Spectral Sensing Platform

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MIR Spectral Sensing PlatformThe NeoSpectra-MIR Spectral Sensing Platform from Si-Ware Systems is a miniaturized device based on NeoSpectra technology for on-site use in a fixed or portable application, allowing on-site staff in a range of industries to instantly and automatically test sample materials.

The system offers wide wavelength coverage for accurate, cost-effective detection and quantification of chemical compounds. The NeoSpectra-MIR Platform offers off-the-shelf and custom application-specific products for solid, liquid, and gas detection. As a small device based partly on semiconductor fabrication techniques, it offers significant savings for volume orders.

With a silicon-based core, low power consumption, and robustness to vibration, the system’s wide wavelength coverage enables measuring multiple target chemicals and the ability to add them as requirements change.

Photonics Spectra
Feb 2021

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ProductsMIR Spectral Sensing PlatformNeoSpectra-MIRSi-Ware SystemsNeoSpectraSensors & DetectorsTest & MeasurementmaterialsindustrialAsia-Pacific

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