Carl Zeiss Spectroscopy GmbH continues in the company’s long tradition of using their in depth understanding of the wavelength-dependent nature of light to create innovative components and solutions to enhance the quality the customers products.
Chemical analytical technology boasts over 140 years of innovation and development history at ZEISS. With the first Abbe refractometer in 1874 and the Pulfrich refractor in 1895, ZEISS laid the foundation for materials analysis. Over the course of the years, ZEISS has sharpened its focus on the field of spectroscopy, in which radiation is dispersed according to its energy.
Since 1985, ZEISS has revolutionized the field of spectrometry from ultraviolet light to the near-infrared range with its diode array spectrometers of the MMS, MCS, and PGS families