KEIT makes spectrometers and instruments for a range of applications where light efficiency, robustness and signal to noise are critical parameters.
KEIT spectrometers make use of MicroFTS™, invented by Dr. Hugh Mortimer of the Rutherford Appleton Labs for a future space mission to Mars. The MicroFTS™ or Micro Fourier Transform Spectrometer is a compact, passive Fourier transform spectrometer with the following characteristics:
High Light Throughput.
Due to the large numerical aperture inherent in Fourier transform spectrometers the microFTS delivers high signal to noise ratio in low light applications.
Fast Measurement Time
Due to the high light throughput and high signal to noise ratio, your measurements can be made more quickly.
Immune to Vibration.
The MicroFTS™ has no moving parts and is able to operate in spite of vibration, temperature and humidity changes.
Compact & Lightweight Instrument.
MicroFTS is compact and lightweight, making it possible to attach this to or above production lines or machines.
Provides a spectrum for each pixel of an image.