Ocean Optics provides modular spectrometers and applications know-how to help you solve measurement challenges. We collaborate with bold, passionate innovators who believe in the power of spectroscopy to improve the quality of life. Customers use our spectrometers and accessories for applications ranging from blood and protein analysis to semiconductor processing and solar energy research.
Ocean Optics spectrometers and accessories can be configured easily into small-footprint systems for measuring the absolute or relative irradiance of a wide range of light sources.
Whether your work is in the teaching lab, on the process line or in the field, Ocean Optics provides the modular spectroscopy tools and consultative sales assistance to address your needs.
Ocean Optics spectrometers, accessories, sub-systems and complete solutions are ideal for many applications in the life sciences, with solutions available for users ranging from researchers and lab personnel to OEMs and industrial customers.
Ocean Optics offers a range of options for your materials identification needs. Our miniature spectrometers, sub-systems and integrated systems cover techniques ranging from UV-Vis and NIR spectroscopy to chemical composition and Raman analysis.
Ocean Optics offers metrology products, spectrometers and accessories for a wide range of semiconductor processing and thin film metrology applications, including materials analysis, plasma monitoring and thin film thickness measurements.
Ocean Optics miniature spectrometers and accessories are versatile measurement tools for agricultural analysis applications and food industry process control, from developmental research in the lab to monitoring food and beverage production on the line.
Miniature fiber optic spectrometers from Ocean Optics are helpful analytical tools for the investigation and utilization of energy sources such as plants and algae used in biofuels; petroleum and other fossil fuels; and renewable resources such as solar, wind and water.
Air quality monitoring in cities, sulfur dioxide analysis in volcanoes and coral reef fluorescence as an indicator of ecosystem health — these are just a few applications that benefit from the flexibility of our spectrometers.