Hamamatsu Develops World's Smallest Spectrometer for use in Measurement Devices Connected to Smartphones

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Hamamatsu Photonics K.K. has developed the world's smallest "fingertip size" micro-spectrometer, an ultra-compact, lightweight and low-cost device which, according to Hamamatsu's research, provides nearly the same performance as Hamamatsu's MS series mini-spectrometer while being roughly half its size.

The new C12666MA micro-spectrometer offers measurement in the visible wavelength range, and can be used for applications such as colour sensing in printing machines and LED lighting, point-of-care testing connected to smartphones, and other types of portable measurement. Samples of the C12666MA will be available to manufacturers from the 25th December 2013.

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