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C14384MA mini-spectrometer

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Hamamatsu Photonics has recently developed 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 quality inspection of food or agricultural crops and environmental analysis from quadcopters to drones.

 

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