Quick, Flexible Bio-Chemical Substance ID for First Responders, Military and Pervasive Raman Sensing Applications: BaySpec Announces New Software and Library Options for Affordable SafeInspec Handheld Raman Analyzers

BaySpec, Inc., a leader in affordable spectral engines for bio-chemical identification, today announced extended libraries for its SafeInspec-0® and SafeInspec-1® award-winning Handheld Raman instruments.

Wessling, (PresseBox) - Running on flexible Windows CE and Windows XP/Vista, BaySpec's "Micro 2020" software platform now offers flexible user-built database and 3rd party library support for over 6,500 Raman spectra, covering polymers, food, solvents, forensics, hazardous substances, pharmaceuticals and fragrances. The use of Windows CE® and Windows XP/Vista environment provides a convenient operating system for viewing and manipulating data.

BaySpec's "Micro 2020" software is unique in that it enables both quantitative and qualitative analysis. Additionally, if new mixtures or compounds are uncovered, the SafeInspec can be used to save and catalog data for building "Raman specific" applications.

Designed to pass MILSPEC-810F for rugged environmental use, the SafeInspec series of Handheld Raman Analyzers feature no moving parts and all-solid state components. Set-up and calibration are fast and repeatable. Measurement results can be made in seconds. BaySpec's fast f/1.8 optics and in-house transmission Volume Phase Gratings (VPG®) allow for higher throughput in a compact package.

BaySpec's SafeInspec analyzers are affordable due to the vertical integration of lasers, spectrographs, detectors and probe. BaySpec's SafeInspec-0 and SafeInspec-1 Raman Analyzers are shipping in volume. SafeInspec Raman Analyzers are available in 532nm, 785nm and 1064nm excitation wavelengths. This allows customers greater flexibility for achieving best results, especially in cases where excess fluorescence is involved.

"For pervasive spectral sensing to occur, customers will need greater affordability and more open flexible software search libraries," said William Yang, Chairman and CEO of BaySpec, Inc. "The SafeInspec series of Handheld Raman Analyzers were designed from the ground up, so that users would benefit from fast, high throughput, and low-cost of ownership for the most challenging "Raman specific" substance identification applications."

About BaySpec, Inc.
BaySpec, Inc., founded in 1999 with 100% manufacturing in the USA (Fremont, CA), is a vertically integrated spectral sensing company. The company designs, manufactures and markets advanced fiber-optic components, modules and subsystems for the homeland defense, pharmaceuticals, biomedical, test & measurement, fiber sensing, NIR spectroscopy, and optical telecom industries. For more information visit www.bayspec.com.

Laser 2000 GmbH

Since 1986 Laser 2000 GmbH is a supplier of high technology in the field of lasers, micromachining equipment, optics, and fiber optic equipment. Our products are designed to meet the challenges of both research and industrial production as well as your actual or future requirements of your applications.

Laser 2000 is headquartered in Munich, Germany and operates local offices in all major business areas of the European market. In order to support your application we deliver top-level service and products and meet the highest standard of quality. With an installed base of thousands of applications around the world, Laser 2000 has shown the ability to provide onsite-support in time.

Please visit us at the following trade shows
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More information: www.laser2000.de

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