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BreezeTM – Full Coverage From 400 nm to 2500 nm

June 08, 2021

BaySpec introduces BreezeTM, the world’s smartest palm spectrometer for 400–2500 nm. Breeze efficiently provides maximum sensitivity with ultrafast acquisition.

BreezeTM – Full Coverage from 400 nm to 2500 nm

November 11, 2020

World’s smartest palm spectrometer for 400–2500 nm has one-button operation, miniaturized optics, and high efficiency for maximum sensitivity with ultrafast acquisition.

BreezeTM – Full Coverage from 400 nm to 2500 nm

October 06, 2020

BaySpec introduces BreezeTM the world’s smartest palm spectrometer for 400-2500 nm with a simple one-button operation, featuring proprietary miniaturized optics.

Palm SWIR Spectrometer For Material Identification

September 10, 2020

BaySpec’s Breeze-LTM offers a solution to the global crisis of waste recycling with the world’s smartest one-button palm spectrometer for 1300–2500 nm.

Smart Hyperspectral Imaging

December 14, 2016

BaySpec's OCI series of hyperspectral imagers represent a new class of imaging sensors covering the 400-1700nm spectral region and ranging from 8 bands to 220 spectral bands.

Detection of Pesticides by Miniature Mass Spectrometer

October 20, 2016

BaySpec’s newly developed PortabilityTM is the only transportable mass spectrometer using linear ion trap. It comes with multi-interface support allowing ambient and low pressure sampling.

PeakFinderTM Fiber Optic Raman Video Probe

April 14, 2016

BaySpec’s PeakFinderTM Raman video probe combines a flexible fiber optic probe with microscope objectives allowing sampling down to several microns. Combined with various benchtop Raman spectrometers, the Raman video probe is a unique micro-Raman system available in 532, 785 or 1064nm excitation and various microscope objectives offering unprecedented flexibility and versatility.

Multi-Wavelength Confocal Raman Microscope for Non-Destructive Pharmaceutical Ingredient Analysis

April 01, 2016

The characterization of the active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) and its distribution and physical properties in commercial medicine is necessary in drug research and development process in the pharmaceutical industry. Among various analytical techniques employed for this purpose, Raman spectroscopy is gaining more popularity due to its advantages as non-destructive, non-invasive, fast spectrum acquisition in seconds, high reproducibility, and so on.