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App note: Infrared (IR) Spectroscopy with the SFH 473X – Background & technology

Posted on Sunday, July 9th, 2017 in app notes by DP

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Infrared spectroscopy by OSRAM and their SFH 473X broadband light emitters. Link here (PDF)

Imagine you can check if the mangos on the market are sweet – without even touching them…

Imagine you can verify if your prescribed medical tablets contain the life-saving compound – or if they are counterfeits…

Imagine you can check the calories of your favorite cheese dish – before eating…

Imagine all this is possible with one fingertip on your smartphone…

The SFH 473X series is precisely designed to support this innovation. This note covers briefly the background of spectroscopy and the case for the SFH 473X series.

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