Designed for everyday food analytics, the SFH 4735 LED emits broadband infrared light in a wavelength range from 650 to 1,050 nanometers. by Julien Happich @ edn-europe.com
The component is well suited as a light source for near-infrared spectroscopy, for example to assess the quality of food thanks to mini spectrometers that could be developed as an add-on for smartphones.
World’s first broadband infrared LED by Osram – [Link]
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