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Next-Generation HPMS Device

July 11, 2017
908 Devices' MX908 is a second-generation handheld chemical detection and identification device powered by the company’s patented and award-winning high-pressure mass spectrometry (HPMS) technology.

Blue Light LED Forensic Inspection Kit

February 28, 2014
Spectronics Corp.'s OFK-450A Blue Light LED Forensic Inspection Kit comes with a rechargeable Optimax 450 LED flashlight for crime-scene investigation, field evidence gathering, and laboratory work.

Spectronics Introduces Forensic Light Kit

September 26, 2013
Spectronics Corp. has introduced the OFK-450A Blue Light LED Forensic Inspection Kit with its rechargeable Optimax 450 LED flashlight for crime-scene investigation, field evidence gathering, and laboratory work.

Evidence Collection and Storage

February 19, 2013

To solve crimes and prosecute offenders, you need all of the facts, including what can be gleaned from all related evidence. That may include DNA, bullet casings, computer files, and video. You also might need to keep all of this around for a while in good condition for future trials. This collection of tools will enhance your ability to obtain and secure crime scene evidence. Read our feature, "Electronic Evidence Management," for in-depth coverage. Photos courtesy of vendors.

Forensic Light Source Kits

August 23, 2012
Available with either a UV spot beam or UV diffused beam, Spectronics Corp's Maxima MFK-3500 Series Forensic Light Source Kits utilize the latest Micro Discharge Light (MDL) technology to produce an ultra-powerful forensic inspection lamp.

Spectronic Corporation Maxima ML-3500 UV Lamp

March 1, 2005
Spectronic Corporation’s Maxima ML-3500 long-wave ultraviolet (UV) lamp puts out up to 10 times the normal UV output of conventional UV lamps. It clearly illuminates gasoline, kerosene, benzene, and other arson accelerants, as well as fluorescent wrappings of incendiary devices such as road flares. The new Maxima UV lamp is powerful enough to be used in direct sunlight and comes with a rechargeable battery that operates the unit for up to two hours.
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