AstraNet Systems Ltd, based in the high technology region of Cambridge UK, is a specialist supplier to the spectroscopy market.
With many decades of experience in traditional spectroscopy, AstraNet was founded in 2001 to take advantage of the latest developments in fibre-optics, high resolution CCD array detectors and long-life, pulsed light sources.
Using these new tools and their long experience in UV/Visible and NIR spectroscopy AstraNet has designed and developed a novel range of fibre optic coupled CCD array spectrometers that have found applications in Life Science, Colour Measurement, Environmental Monitoring and Industrial Process Control.
AstraNet Launch New Low Volume Spectrophotometers for Life Science
AstraNet Systems Releases New, Low Volume, Short Pathlength Spectrophotometer
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