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Food or medicine, Scio can track the science behind all!

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SCiO – Molecular Sensor That Fits in the Palm of Your Hand

Editor's Rating
4.9/5?

Thanks to SCiO, you can now enjoy the instant and affordable analysis of materials anywhere on the go. This molecular sensor can analyze food, plants, medication, oil and fuels as well as plastics and more. It is capable of reading up the chemical make-up of materials and is a non-intrusive, no-touch optical sensor. One click of a button is enough to get the complicated analysis of materials from here on. Every scan will help you know your surroundings better and tells you important facts such as the amount of fat in your salad dressing, the amount of sugar in fruits and more. The other uses could be to know the well-being of popular plants as well as identify capsules containing medicine and nutritional supplements. One tiny little device helping you build the world’s first database of matter. What would you like to track with SCiO first?

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Overview & Specs
Editor's Rating:
4.9
Categories:
Illumination :
Wide-Band NIR, Eye Safe
Sensor :
Near IR Spectroscopy
Measuring Time :
1.5 sec
Measuring Distance :
5-15 mm
Charge Time :
Up to 3 hours
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