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Wasatch Photonics Introduces NEW User Configurable Raman Probes for 405-1064 nm

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Wasatch Photonics

808 Aviation Pkwy, Suite 1400

Morrisville, NC 27560 USA

Email: [email protected]

Phone: +1 919-544-7785


At Wasatch Photonics, we create solutions that enable the leap from lab to field, clinic, and industry. Our products deliver 10x more speed, sensitivity, and SNR than traditional compact spectrometers. Choose from spectrometers, systems and accessories for Raman (405, 532, 633, 785, 830, 1064 nm), fluorescence, UV, VIS, and NIR (400-1700 nm), or accelerate your product development with our rugged, repeatable OEM-ready modules. Whether you’re solving a problem in research, industry, or creating your own OEM product, we want to help you build a better future. We offer quality, performance, and consistency you can count on!

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