UV-sensitive model of mini-spectrometer micro series
Hamamatsu Photonics has introduced a UV-sensitive model of its mini-spectrometer micro series called the C16767MA.
The C16767MA was designed and developed by leveraging our unique micro-electro-mechanical system (MEMS) technology and advanced opto-semiconductor manufacturing technology.
The C16767MA separates UV light in the range of 190 to 440 nm or nanometres multiple wavelengths and then simultaneously measures the light intensity at each wavelength. As just one application, for example, the C16767MA can be mounted in compact water quality monitors. Installing these monitors in rivers, lakes or oceans allows inspecting and analysing the content of multiple types of pollutants in water via absorption spectrophotometry. The C16767MA also assists in designing and manufacturing inexpensive water quality monitors that are easily installable in large numbers at many testing sites to monitor water quality, thus improving the accuracy of water quality assessment over broad-ranging areas. By expanding sales of the C16767MA, Hamamatsu will contribute to ensuring safer water and address climate change.