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Introducing the New AvaSpec-Mini-NIR spectrometer!

Posted on: March 26th, 2020

Now Available!

Avantes is excited to announce the general availability of the newest addition to the Avantes CompactLine spectrometer series. The AvaSpec-Mini-NIR combines two of our most popular spectrometers, the Avaspec-NIR256-1.7 and the AvaSpec-Mini series. Small but powerful is how we like to describe the AvaSpec-Mini series spectrometers and the new Mini-NIR is no exception. As small as a deck of cards, easy to integrate into other systems, and suitable for various NIR applications such as plastic sorting, thin film metrology, grain and dairy analysis, fertilizer analysis, moisture content monitoring, and more. To schedule a demo of this instrument, contact your sales engineer today.

Drop-In Integration Ready

This USB powered, small-footprint device is ready for fast and easy integration into your end-user solution, including handheld devices. These instruments work seamlessly with the complete family of Avantes instruments and AvaSoft software. The available Windows and Linux libraries, Raspberry Pi interface and other goodies in our DLL kit allow straight forward custom application development.

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Special Introductory Sale

For a limited time, Avantes US is offering a special introductory price on standard configurations of the new AvaSpec-Mini-NIR. Get this small but powerful instrument for $7,599, a nearly 10% discount off standard list price.

Speak with a Sales Engineer before the end of May 2020 for complete details, specifications, and restrictions.

*Available only in the US, Canada, and Mexico.

 

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