Compact UV Spectrometer

in Development

Our current SpectroChip can detect the spectrum from 300 nm to 1000 nm. We are working to further develop SpectroChip-based UV spectrometers that can cover the entire ultraviolet spectral range (from 190 nm to 400 nm).

These UV spectrometers under development will further improve the convenience and accuracy of detecting compounds that absorb UV light. They can be used in various fields, including

  • DNA and RNA detection and concentration measurements.
  • Protein quantification using the Bradford assay.
  • Purity monitoring of organic compounds.
  • Chemical reaction and kinetics analysis.

We welcome collaboration with R&D partners to develop SpectroChip-based UV spectrometer modules or devices and create innovative applications, including identifying DNA/RNA contamination in synthetic nucleic acid production products.