Stylish handheld VIS spectrophotometer for on-site liquid analysis without the need to collect sample by a cuvette.
backgroundLayer 1 On-site Analysis backgroundLayer 1 Handheld, easy to use backgroundLayer 1 Liquid test, no need to collect sample backgroundLayer 1 Micor-USB port on tester backgroundLayer 1 Raw data export (.csv file) How to use? backgroundLayer 1 Power on standby mode backgroundLayer 1 Insert into liquid and measure backgroundLayer 1 Wait until finished (sound) backgroundLayer […]
Taiwan RedEye Biomedical Inc. has launched the world’s first photoelectric hemoglobin sensor Combined with the background of ICT in Taiwan, RedEye developed the world’s first hemoglobin sensor through optical technology and specific arithmetic method. This product makes the detection of excrement occult blood is no longer a patent of medical institutions. Nelson Yan, the founder […]
The First Step to Detect Colorectal Cancer Early: RedEye Heme Detection System Enables Immunochemical Fecal Occult Blood Test (iFOBT) at Home
TAIPEI, Jan. 13, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — RedEye and other notable homegrown startups led by Taiwan Tech Arena (TTA) had showcased their innovative solutions and sought for global cooperation at CES 2020. With optical sensing technology, users only need to put the handheld device in the water. The device will indicate the current situation of fecal […]
Taiwan RedEye Biomedical Inc. which developed a photoelectric hemoglobin sensor had won 2019 National Innovation Award
Colorectal cancer has ranked first in Taiwan for 11 consecutive years. In order to discover the problem of occult blood earlier, a domestic startup company, Taiwan RedEye Biomedical Inc., has developed photoelectric blood detecting technology. They use the optical principle to determine the various signals in the toilet water, including every kind of Impurities, and […]
Taiwan RedEye Biomedical established in July, 2017. RedEye, an innovative research team from Taiwan, has launched a hemoglobin sensing system to enable blood sensing for home health care monitoring which can help people to “see” invisible blood in excreta, to identify of early signs of disease, such as colorectal cancer, kidney disease and bladder cancer […]