The patent covers the use of electronically focus-tunable lenses in Raman instruments and will, once implemented, bring Serstech's hand-held Raman instrument another step closer to the large, non-portable instruments that reside in laboratories.
The electronically focus-tunable lenses can automatically, and within milliseconds, locate and set the laser focus on the point in the sample where the Raman signal is the strongest. In addition to this autofocus capability, the technology can shift the focus point side-ways and hence allow a much larger sample area to be measured and multiple measurement points to be included automatically.
The solution will enable more accurate measurements, better capability to identify components of a mixture of chemicals and better ability to handle measurements of samples inside containers with thick walls.
Serstech is currently in discussions with possible suppliers of the focus-tunable lenses and the launch of the new technology is planned for 2019.
If you have any further questions, please contact Serstech CEO Stefan Sandor at +46 739 60 60 67.
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Serstech raises awareness of chemicals by combining measurements from a hand-held Raman spectrometer, Serstech 100 Indicator, with a secure system solution, ChemDash. The user-friendly solution identifies, manages and analyses chemicals which could affect public safety, such as explosives, narcotics and hazardous materials. Serstech has a global distribution network and main office is in Lund, Sweden and all development and manufacturing are done in Sweden. Serstech is listed on Nasdaq First North and the company's certified adviser is Västra Hamnen Corporate Finance AB. Read more: www.serstech.com.