Global Trade Fair for Lab Technology Celebrates 25th Year
Experience the latest Ocean Optics products and applications at analytica 2016, the world’s largest trade fair for laboratory technology and biotechnology, from 10-13 May in Messe München, Germany. The fair attracts more than 35,000 attendees and 1,100 exhibitors from around the globe.
Modular spectrometers are more accessible than ever, enabling researchers and scientists to address a range of application challenges. Our toolkit of optical sensing solutions is robust and extensive, backed by the industry’s most knowledgeable and creative team of problem solvers.
Here’s a sneak peek of the techniques and applications featured at the Ocean Optics stand for analytica:
- Raman techniques – demonstrating handheld and modular Raman options for various applications
- Food integrity – using Raman, UV-Vis and NIR spectroscopy to measure the type and quality of fruits and vegetables
- Aquaponics system monitoring – applying spectroscopy to the maintenance of water quality, nutrient level, oxygen level and lighting in a closed-loop system
- OEM integration – using Ocean Optics spectrometers and optical components to build devices from sub-assemblies to plug-and-play solutions
Here are some of the new products on display at analytica:
- Flame-NIR – Experience the power of NIR spectroscopy in a compact instrument. About one-fourth the cost of traditional NIR systems, Flame-NIR pairs a small optical bench with a high performance uncooled InGaAs array detector for spectral response from 950-1650 nm. The spectrometer is ideal for lab, industrial and field use in food integrity, biomedical sciences and pharmaceuticals applications.
- NIRQuest enhancements – The Ocean Optics benchtop NIR system gets a boost with a built-in shutter and replaceable slits. The shutter more effectively manages dark measurements, improving signal throughput. Replaceable slits provide users with greater measurement flexibility, without disrupting the spectrometer’s internal optics.
- SERS substrates – We’ve developed a proprietary new nanosponge substrate technology for surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SERS). These low-cost, high-performance substrates are ideal for detection of explosives, pesticides and many other chemicals.
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- Videos – Watch how-to videos, application stories and product news
- Free curricula – We’ve compiled an introduction to basic spectroscopy methods and several example experiments to help you develop your own curricula and course work
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