ABOUT BAYSPEC, INC.

BaySpec, Inc., founded in 1999 with 100% manufacturing in the USA (San Jose, California), is a vertically integrated spectral sensing company. The company designs, manufactures and markets advanced spectral instruments, including UV-VIS-NIR-SWIR spectrometers, benchtop and portable NIR/SWIR and Raman analyzers, hyperspectral imagers, mass spectrometers, and OEM spectral engines and components, for the R&D, biomedical, pharmaceuticals, chemical, food, semiconductor, health monitoring, human & animal medical devices, and the optical telecommunications industries.

HOT PRODUCTS

The Ultimate Snapshot Imager For VIS/NIR/SWIR: GoldenEye™ The Ultimate Snapshot Imager For VIS/NIR/SWIR: GoldenEye™

BaySpec offers the GoldenEye™ camera as the only snapshot hyperspectral imager covering VIS/NIR/SWIR (400 – 1700 nm) wavelengths. With FT-PI proprietary technology, this high sensitivity imager is ideal for low light level applications.

World’s Smartest Palm Spectrometer: Breeze™ World’s Smartest Palm Spectrometer: Breeze™

Breeze™ from BaySpec is introduced as the world’s smartest palm spectrometer for 400 – 1700 nm wavelengths with the simple press of a button. The instrument features proprietary miniaturized optics, high efficiency, and maximum sensitivity with ultra-fast data acquisition, delivering the first handheld smart device with laboratory performance.

Multispectral Imager With UAV: OCI-M+ Multispectral Imager With UAV: OCI-M+

BaySpec’s OCI-M+ is a multispectral imager designed for aerial imaging in precision agriculture, remote sensing, security, material detection, and geological survey. The aerial imager has 12 selective bands, including 3 RGB bands, and 9 spectral bands from red edge to NIR. 

Transportable Mass Spectrometers Transportable Mass Spectrometers

BaySpec presents two new transportable mass spectrometers (MS) ideally suited for a variety of bulk or trace detection applications involving counter-terrorism, drug analysis, forensics, biomedical, environmental, industrial, and military, police, and homeland security. With a compact design and intuitive user software, the MS is small enough to be carried by one person and is compatible with in situ, ambient analysis techniques.

Hyperspectral Imagers Hyperspectral Imagers

The new OCI-F Series from BaySpec is made up of miniature push-broom hyperspectral imaging cameras covering the VNIR (400 - 1000 nm) wavelength ranges. The ultra-compact designs, simple operation, and intuitive software make these cameras ideal for many spectroscopy applications.

SWIR Hyperspectral Imager -OCI-FSWIR For 900-1700nm SWIR Hyperspectral Imager -OCI-FSWIR For 900-1700nm

BaySpec offers the OCITM- FSWIR dispersive SWIR imaging spectrograph designed to cover the 900 nm to 1700 nm wavelength range. This spectral engine is a "true push-broom" imager, enabling a hand to move the imager or sample to finish the scan. Features including compactness, fast imaging, simple operation, and intuitive software make the imager ideal for a variety of applications such as remote sensing, chemical detection, pharmaceuticals, security, and biomedical diagnostics.

Aerial Hyperspectral Imaging Camera: OCI<sup>TM</sup>-UAV Aerial Hyperspectral Imaging Camera: OCITM-UAV

The OCITM-UAV from BaySpec is an aerial hyperspectral imaging camera designed to acquire VIS-NIR hyperspectral data with continuous spectral and spatial coverage. This series of cameras is meant specifically for use in unmanned aerial vehicles/systems (UAV/UAS), or remotely operated vehicles (ROV). Operation is automatic and requires minimal human intervention, making this imager ideal for many applications including precision agriculture, remote sensing, environmental studies, and security and defense.

Erbium-Doped Fiber Amplifiers (EDFAs) Erbium-Doped Fiber Amplifiers (EDFAs)

BaySpec offers a complete line of IntelliGain® erbium-doped fiber amplifiers (EDFA). These EDFA modules feature fast transient response time, gain flatness, very low noise, and low power consumption. They also have a typical noise figure of less than 5.0 dB across the entire 1530 nm to 1562 nm wavelength range, and meet the Bellcore GR-1312-Core requirements.

Fiber-Coupled Wideband Light Sources Fiber-Coupled Wideband Light Sources

BaySpec offers fiber-coupled wideband light sources designed to operate in the 650 to 1690 nm wavelength range. These light sources are intended to enhance Spectral Domain OCT, medical imaging, fiber optic sensing, analytical spectroscopy, and test and measurement capabilities.

IntelliGain<sup>®</sup> Broadband ASE Light Sources IntelliGain® Broadband ASE Light Sources

BaySpec offers a series of broadband ASE Light Sources based on amplified spontaneous emission in erbium-doped fibers. These light sources provide superior optical output to conventional LED sources over the 1525 – 1605 nm spectral range, and are developed using BaySpec’s EDFA technology.

FBGA Interrogation Systems FBGA Interrogation Systems

BaySpec offers a high speed FBGA Interrogator System with an integrated light source designed to monitor multiple wavelengths that are distributed over 4 channels. These systems have a high end of life (EOL) wavelength accuracy with a high frequency response time to make precise FBG measurements at excellent wavelength resolution.

High Speed FBGA Interrogation Analyzer: WaveCapture<sup>®</sup> FBGA Series High Speed FBGA Interrogation Analyzer: WaveCapture® FBGA Series

The WaveCapture® FBGA Interrogation analyzer from BaySpec is an integrated spectral engine simultaneously covering multiple wavelengths for precise Rapid Fiber Bragg Grating (FBG) sensor system measurements at fast response rates and outstanding wavelength resolution. Features include a rugged mechanical design with no moving parts for high reliability, USB 2.0 communications for high speed input/output, and an ultra-fast response time up to 5 kHz.

Handheld Hyperspectral Imagers: OCI™-1000 & OCI™-2000 Handheld Hyperspectral Imagers: OCI™-1000 & OCI™-2000

The OCI™-1000 & OCI™-2000 from BaySpec are the new handheld hyperspectral imagers. These devices are the first hyperspectral imaging systems in handheld form factors that weigh less than 1.0 lb. They are designed to acquire full and continuous visible-near infrared (VNIR) hyperspectral/multispectral data for a variety of applications requiring fast acquisition speeds.

DeepView OCT Series Spectrometer Engines DeepView OCT Series Spectrometer Engines

The DeepView OCT series comprises both Shortwave-Infrared (SWIR) and Near-Infrared (NIR) spectrometer engines that utilize optical coherence tomography (OCT), white light interferometry (WLI), or infrared spectroscopy. 

US-VIS-NIR Accessories: SPEC-CONNECT<sup>TM</sup> Series US-VIS-NIR Accessories: SPEC-CONNECTTM Series

BaySpec offers SPEC-CONNECTTM assemblies, a series of accessories to help integrate UV-VIS-NIR systems to desired applications. The series of custom fiber and probe assemblies are designed to easily connect or manipulate fibers for a wide variety of applications including experiments, OEM, pharmaceuticals, agriculture, cosmetics, water quality, food safety, law enforcement, and homeland security.

SuperGamut<sup>TM</sup> Benchtop SuperGamutTM Benchtop

The SuperGamutTM Benchtop is a turn-key system incorporating spectrometers, light sources, and sampling optics, and designed to cover the 190-2500 nm wavelength range. With highly efficient holographic Volume Phase Gratings (VPG®) as the spectral dispersion element, and an ultra-sensitive InGaAs detector, these spectral engines are able to provide high-speed parallel processing and continuous spectral measurements.

SuperGamut<sup>TM</sup> NIR-SWIR Spectrometer SuperGamutTM NIR-SWIR Spectrometer

The SuperGamutTM near-infrared shortwave-infrared (NIR-SWIR) spectrometer is designed to cover the 900-1700 nm, 1100-2200 nm, and 1250-2500 nm (or custom) wavelength ranges. With highly efficient holographic Volume Phase Gratings (VPG®) as the spectral dispersion element, and an ultra-sensitive InGaAs detector, these spectral engines are able to provide high-speed parallel processing and continuous spectral measurements.

SuperGamut™ Spectrometer Series SuperGamut™ Spectrometer Series

The SuperGamut™ Spectrometers are part of the Silicon CCD spectrometer series covering the VIS-NIR (400 nm to 1100 nm) wavelength range, and the UV-NIR (190 nm to 1080 nm) wavelength range. These spectrometers utilize a highly efficient Volume Phase Grating (VPG®) as the spectral dispersion element, and employ an ultra-sensitive CCD array detector as the detection element. With these elements, the spectral engines are able to provide high-speed parallel processing and continuous spectral measurements.

Cooled SuperGamut<sup>TM</sup> NIR Spectrometer Cooled SuperGamutTM NIR Spectrometer

SuperGamutTM near-infrared (NIR) spectrometers are capable of wavelength detection ranges covering 900-1700 nm, with extended cut-offs at 1950 nm, 2050 nm, 2250 nm, or 2550 nm. The improved wavelength coverage and an ultra-low noise operation provide up to six times higher signal/noise improvement over traditional Czerny-Turner reflective grating based designs. The InGaAs detector arrays can be selected with single or two-stage TEC cooling, deep cooled -55°C, or water cooled down to -90°C for excellent low light sensitivity in a variety of applications.

NirSpector<sup>TM</sup> Transportable VIS-NIR Analyzer NirSpectorTM Transportable VIS-NIR Analyzer

The NirSpectorTM is a transportable benchtop VIS-NIR spectrometer comprised of an active-trigger probe, light source and a computer. This battery-powered turn-key system covers wavelength ranges from 400-1700 nm, and offers real-time spectral data acquisition with fast millisecond response time for chemical analysis in the field.

CONTACT INFORMATION

BaySpec Inc.

1101 McKay Dr

San Jose, CA 95131

UNITED STATES

Phone: 408-512-5928

Fax: 408-512-5929

Contact: Brad Sohnlein

FEATURED ARTICLES

  • New Hyperspectral Imaging Technology Can Increase Food Industry Efficiency
    New Hyperspectral Imaging Technology Can Increase Food Industry Efficiency

    Hyperspectral imaging can offer great benefits to the agricultural industry in fields and processing plants. New technology has made equipment lighter, easier to use, and less expensive.

  • New Technology Makes Aerial Hyperspectral Imaging More Effective, Less Expensive
    New Technology Makes Aerial Hyperspectral Imaging More Effective, Less Expensive

    Aerial hyperspectral imaging is an important tool with many applications but has been cumbersome and expensive to use. New technology changes all that.

  • World’s Smartest Palm Spectrometer: Breeze™ Brochure

    The Breeze™ palm spectrometer operates over 400 – 1700 nm wavelengths with the simple press of a button for qualitative and quantitative analysis on a variety of materials. The instrument features proprietary miniaturized optics, high efficiency, and maximum sensitivity with ultra-fast data acquisition, delivering the first handheld smart device with laboratory performance. Materials that may be analyzed include plastics, illicit drugs, pharmaceuticals, explosives, biological warfare agents, medicine, food, and more.

  • The Ultimate Snapshot Imager For VIS/NIR/SWIR: GoldenEye™ Brochure

    The GoldenEye™ camera is the only snapshot hyperspectral imager covering VIS/NIR/SWIR (400 – 1700 nm) wavelengths. With FT-PI proprietary technology, this high sensitivity imager is ideal for low light level applications, including machine vision, fluorescence imaging, biomedical, and medical diagnostics.

  • Flourescence Imaging Via Microscope
    Flourescence Imaging Via Microscope

    This article explores the use of a SnapShot imager in fluorescence imaging via microscope for the very first time. The imager is both compact and attachable via C-mount to any commercially available light microscope. 

  • Revealing Cotton’s Fiber Quality With Hyperspectral Imaging
    Revealing Cotton’s Fiber Quality With Hyperspectral Imaging

    Traditionally, hyperspectral imaging systems or cameras have been bulky, heavy, and costly. However, recent technological advances are changing that and opening the door to new opportunities in hyperspectral imaging.

  • Selecting A Hyperspectral Imager To Bring Critical Data Into View
    Selecting A Hyperspectral Imager To Bring Critical Data Into View

    The hyperspectral imager comes with challenges, not the least of which is choosing the right one to use for any given application. That decision depends in part on the user’s requirements, the wavelength range in which the imager will be used, and the intended application.

  • OCI Hyperspectral Imagers
    OCI Hyperspectral Imagers

    BaySpec’s family of OCI hyperspectral imagers are designed to address the image quality and ease-of-use issues in legacy hyperspectral imaging systems. These cameras feature the smallest sizes and lightest weights of their class. 

  • Hyperspectral Imaging Reveals New Information For Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
    Hyperspectral Imaging Reveals New Information For Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

    Hyperspectral imaging technologies provide a solution for overcoming the human eye's limitations, revealing data that the eye alone cannot capture. This article presents and discusses the new information that hyperspectral imaging brings to unmnanned aerial vehicles.

  • OEM Spectroscopy Components And Devices Brochure
    OEM Spectroscopy Components And Devices Brochure

    BaySpec is capable of manufacturing and designing a vast array of gratings, OEM spectrometers, and imaging spectrographs for a range of desired specifications. Other components and devices available from BaySpec include light sources, detectors, cameras, and other high-performance customized solutions.

  • We Can Make It
    We Can Make It

    BaySpec was established when founder William Yang designed and built a grating-based wavelength-division multiplexer-demultiplexer for Bell Laboratories. Many years later, the company’s main priority is still in optical telecommunications, but they have also expanded into the spectroscopy field. This article discusses BaySpec’s business model designed to provide sustainable growth within their diverse markets.

  • Getting The Best Results From NIR Measurements
    Getting The Best Results From NIR Measurements

    Near infrared measurements (700-2500 nm) usually are made in transmission and reflection, used to probe the molecular structure and composition of materials. NIR is preferred over mid-infrared when measurements need to be made at a distance, or with little or no sample preparation. 

FEATURED VIDEOS

  • What Wavelength Range Should You Use?
    What Wavelength Range Should You Use?

    At Photonics West 2017, Greg Staples focused on selecting different wavelengths for specific applications. Watch the video for wavelength selection guidance for precision agriculture, food sorting, mining, pharmaceutical quality control, and more.

  • An Intro To Advanced Hyperspectral Imaging
    An Intro To Advanced Hyperspectral Imaging

    Hyperspectral imaging technology has advanced significantly in the last 50 years, and Greg Staples with Bayspec talked with us for a few minutes at the 2016 SPIE DCS exhibition about how it has changed.

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