Fully-programmable MEMS chipset enables embedded NIR analysis

Texas Instruments has announced the first fully-programmable micro-electro mechanical systems (MEMS) chipset, which enables mobile analysis for a 700 – 2,500 nm wavelength range.

Mar 30th, 2015
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Texas Instruments has announced the first fully-programmable micro-electro mechanical systems (MEMS) chipset, which enables mobile analysis for a 700 – 2,500 nm wavelength range. The DLP chipset consists of the DLP2010NIR digital micromirror device (DMD), DLPA2005 integrated power management and DLPC150 controller. It features programmable high-speed patterns and a 5.4μm pixel size for use in compact optical designs. The chip’s programmable854 x 480 micromirror array enables filtering for measurements in handheld NIR sensing applications, including spectrometers and chemical analyzers. In addition, the chipset features an adjustable pattern rates up to 1,500 Hz for precise spectral scans.

To Learn More:

Contact:Texas Instruments
Headquarters: Dallas, TX, USA
Product:
DLP chipset for embedded NIR analysis.
Key Features: 700 – 2,500 nm NIR wavelength range, adjustable pattern rates up to 1,500 Hz for precise spectral scans, 5.4 µm pixel size for compact optical designs.

What Texas Instruments says:
View more information on the DLP chipset.

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