Exploding Common Myths About Modular Spectroscopy

This webcast was recorded on June 26, 2014.

After 20 years and nearly 500,000 modular spectrometers in the field, modular spectroscopy is here to stay. With a track record of meeting measurement challenges as diverse as characterizing UV light levels at the top of Mount Everest and finding water on the moon, modular spectrometers are more reliable than ever, with performance rivalling traditional integrated, benchtop systems. Even after meeting so many measurement challenges and enabling countless applications, several myths about its effectiveness still persist among researchers, scientists, and engineers seeking measurement solutions. Join us as we disprove these myths and free you from the bonds of inflexible, integrated spectroscopy systems.

Have you ever heard these myths about modular spectroscopy?

• Myth #1: Modular spectroscopy components are only for educational use.
• Myth #2. Modular spectrometers are too small and inexpensive to perform as well as larger, more expensive spectrometers.
• Myth #3: Modular spectroscopy components are too complicated and confusing.
• Myth #4: Modular components are for assessing feasibility, not real measurements.

Join us for this informative webinar and we’ll discuss these myths and the real truth about modular spectroscopy.


Laura Bush

Editorial Director
Spectroscopy Magazine


Yvette Mattley, PhD

Senior Applications Scientist
Ocean Optics

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