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Spectral Analysis Development Kit

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Spectral Analysis Development KitThe SpectraLIT spectral analysis development kit from Newsight Imaging is suitable for testing technology and developing proof-of-concept devices for healthcare, food and beverage industries, or other liquids analysis.

SpectraLIT is a development kit based on Newsight’s spectrometer-on-chip. It allows for spectral profiling of substances in wavelengths between 400 to 700 nm in a matter of seconds. The kit will allow diagnostic and analytical companies a fast market introduction of a portable and low-cost diagnosis device.

SpectraLIT uses standard cuvettes, which are easily inserted through a slide covered by a top lid, allowing full isolation of the tested substance from any external ambient light. Using algorithms, the kit can compare the tested substance’s spectral profiles to profiles stored in a local database, allowing detection and identification of matching substances.

Sep/Oct 2020

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