• Elegant Analytical Tools
    from Mass Spectrometry

    We reduce cumbersome, complex systems to tiny revolutionary tools.

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  • Liberating Analysis from
    your Centralized Labs

    Small and simple: chemical detection and analysis
    where you need it, when you need the answers.

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  • Expanding Emergency Responder Technology

    Personalized mass spectrometry for
    proactive incident response.

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  • Priority Threat
    Recognition in Seconds

    M908: multimode chemical detection and
    identification at the point of action.

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M908

Meet M908

M908™ answers the call for greater operational efficiency without compromise. Designed to provide the powerful detection and identification capabilities of mass spectrometry in a rugged, handheld form factor, M908 enables public safety response teams to quickly assess threat levels for rapid incident response. The system’s selectivity allows the operator to focus on the most critical compounds and extreme hazards in liquid, solid and vapor form without the clutter of low-threat background chemicals and with extremely low false alarm rates.

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A passionate and experienced team

Building on over $17.5M of government funded development at Oak Ridge National Laboratory and the University of North Carolina, the 908 Devices team is passionate about making elegantly simple tools that you will love to use.

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M908 Awards

Winner of The Analytical Scientist Innovation Award

908 Devices, an innovator in point-of-need chemical analysis, is delighted to announce that M908, the world’s first and only handheld high pressure mass spectrometer, has been voted first place winner in The Analytical Scientist Innovation Awards 2013.

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