NeoSpectra Scanner

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Unmatched versatility in a handheld

The portable, rugged, easy-to-use handheld NeoSpectra Scanner enables accurate lab-grade material analysis outside the laboratory. The small, light, easy-to-use NeoSpectra Scanner accurately and quickly measures homogeneous and non-homogeneous samples anywhere. Sampling can be easily done offline and then data uploaded to the cloud when convenient.

Simply connect, calibrate and scan. Powered by the NeoSpectra Scan mobile application, the intuitive software enables scanning in three easy steps.

  • Full end-to-end solution for material analysis
  • Built-in screen to monitor device status and measurement progress
  • Handheld, ergonomic design for ease of use in field environments
  • Rugged to operate dependably in challenging conditions
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  • Bluetooth connection for communication with mobile devices enables portability
  • Scans are time and GPS stamped for tracking by Scan app
  • Large collection area enables analysis of non-homogeneous samples
  • Long battery life for full mobile operation in the field
  • Wide spectral range in the extended NIR enables diverse applications
  • Customer support to ensure optimal success with your device and software
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7 x 3.6 x 2.5 inch (178 x 91 x 62 mm)
2.2 lbs (1 kg)
Operation Temperature
23 : 104° F (-5 : 40° C)
Ingress Protection Rating
Battery Type
Two rechargeable 18650 batteries, user replaceable
Operating Battery Life
2 Second Scans
1,000 Scans
Battery Charge Time
1A Charging Current
3 hours till 80% Capacity
5 hours till 100% Capacity
Bulb Lifetime
> 10,000 hrs
Wireless Connectivity
Bluetooth V4.2 BLE
Charging port
Operation via NeoSpectra mobile applications
Data integration with NeoSpectra Cloud Portal
Wavelength Range
(Power Spectral Density)
1,350 - 2,500 nm (7,400 – 4,000 cm⁻¹ )
At λ = 1,550 nm, FWHM criterion
16 nm (66.6 cm⁻¹)
Typical SNR(rms)*
Scan time = 2s, @λ = 2,350 nm
Sample Coverage
Diameter of Collected Light Beam
~ 0.4 inch (~10 mm)

* SNR is calculated from the root mean square noise (Nrms), which is the standard deviation of 100 consecutive 100% lines at each wave length. SNR=1Nrms

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