Spectrometers for near-infrared measurement uncover a world unseen to the human eye. In this video, we’ll go over why the information revealed in this spectral range is important to the pharmaceutical industry, how these measurements are made possible through different spectrometer designs, and where else NIR spectrometers can make vital contributions.
A demonstration module with a built-in the mini-spectrometer SMD series was used to measure the absorption spectrum of bacon. Since fat absorbs light near 930 nm, its response intensity can be used to measure fat mass.
A demonstration module with a built-in the mini-spectrometer SMD series was used to measure the spectrum of apples before and after they were damaged. Chlorophyll (around 670 nm) and sugar (around 980 nm) are typical indicators of the nutrition and taste of vegetables and fruits. Spectral analysis is used for these tests.
A demonstration module with a built-in the mini-spectrometer Micro series was used to measure the spectrum of color sample. Because the Micro series is small, it can be mounted on various color measuring devices such as color adjustment of color printers and dimming of LED lighting.
Features, configuration, and operating principles of the FTIR engine are introduced.
Diffuse reflection measurements of sucrose and fructose samples by the FTIR engine are demonstrated.
Diffuse reflection measurements of cloth with and without moisture by the FTIR engine are demonstrated.
High stability of the FTIR engine under vibration is demonstrated.
A demonstration module with a built-in MEMS-FPI spectrum sensor and near infrared light source measured the reflection spectrum of the plastics. From the spectrum obtained, it is possible to distinguish the component of plastic.
A demonstration module with a built-in MEMS-FPI spectrum sensor and near infrared light source measured the reflection spectrum of the textiles. From the spectrum obtained, it is possible to distinguish the component of clothing fabric.
This video introduces examples of Raman spectroscopy for solvents and plastic resins using the spectroscopic module C13560. In Raman spectroscopy using SERS substrates, high-sensitivity measurement is possible even with small amounts or low concentrations of measuring substances.
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