Beamonics provides innovative solutions and patent-protected technologies to analyze air compositions in confined spaces and in the atmosphere. With our technologies, we enable our users to improve, diagnose and analyze their environments to conserve resources and optimize their specific application, whether the application involves air quality or industrial quantifications.

The Beamonics story

Welcome to Beamonics, the home of groundbreaking optical instrumentation based in the vibrant university city of Lund, Sweden.

Since our launch in 2017, we’ve been laser-focused on advancing the field of optical R&D with a specialized focus on laser spectroscopy, LIDAR systems, and combustion diagnostics.

At Beamonics, we don’t just follow the latest trends, we create them. Our team of experts thrives on the challenge of developing unique and customized solutions for our clients, with the aim of tackling the most pressing issues facing industries across the board.

Our cutting-edge technical platforms, featuring proprietary hardware and software, are designed to give us the edge in delivering tailor-made solutions with lightning speed.

We understand that our success is driven by the passion and expertise of our team. That’s why we’re constantly pushing the boundaries of what’s possible, whether it’s through in-house R&D or collaboration with industry and academia partners.

We believe in fostering a culture of innovation and excellence, where ideas are valued and creativity is encouraged.

So, whether you’re a startup or a major corporation, let Beamonics help you stay ahead of the curve with our pioneering optical instrumentation solutions. We look forward to partnering with you to help you analyse gas in ways that was not previously conceivable.

Our company mission:

Beamonics will continue to innovate in the field of laser-based optical systems for gas and particulate matter analysis with the ambition to deliver top level performance in terms of speed and sensitivity.

We thank you for your visit to Sensor+Test 2023

How does the technology work?


Wavelenght of laser is scanned using fast current ramps.
Simultaneously, the intensity changes.


Intensity measured on a fast photodiode.
Absorption at unique and very specific wavelenghts for each gas.


Absorption level proportional to concentration and
path length.
Width affected by temperature and pressure. 

O2 Spectrum:

Example of O2 spectrum and the corresponding
absorption for 20% and 25 cm path length at STP.





O2 Spectrum

Performance highlights

  • Transmission insensitive: continues measuring down to transmission as low as 10-6
  • Fast sampling rate and decision time: up to 20 kHz (50 μs)
  • Highly sensitive detection: as an example, for O2 we have a limit of detection at 60 ppm·m
  • Background light insensitive: can be used in broad daylight, darkness as well as under all artificial lighting conditions
  • Easy integration: compact design and features a wide range of the most commonly used communication interfaces
  • Path lenght capabilities: can measure across path lengths ranging from a few millimeters up to tens of meters
  • Examples of gases that can be analyzed: O2, CO2, CO, H2O, CH4, HF, H2S and NOx
  • If your gas of interest is not among above listed examples, don’t worry, contact us, and we’ll advise you


The BM-V-1 provides an innovative tool to detect and quantify the presence of gases. Different from traditional sensors, the BM-V-1 provides a true stand-off detection schemes, able to analyze gas concentrations from a distance.

The true remote-detection schemes mean that installation is alignment free and in a back-reflection setup, with no need for long cables or complex mechanical constructions. This provides innovative means to monitor a large area with one single system or to provide measurement results from a safe distance of potentially hazardous gases.

The system is based on the Beamonics proprietary Remote TDLAS platform and is inherently both calibration-free and of low-maintenance. In addition, the system does not suffer from sensor-poisoning effects and can measure the entire range of very low background level concentrations all the way up to atmospheric saturation levels continuously.

Being highly energy-efficient, the system can be easily supplied by a standard DC power supply (15-32 VDC) or by external or internal batteries able to run for many hours, making it ideal both for temporary or permanent installations.

The BM-V-1 is delivered in an integration ready state with several digital and analogue interfaces, including USB, RS422, RS485, UART, PWM, Relay-controls, 4-20 mA and 0-10 V.

Detectable gases include CH4, O2, CO2, CO, NOx, HF, H2S and HCl.



The BM-H-3 is a high-performance turnkey solution based on tuneable diode laser absorption spectroscopy (TDLAS) for gas analysis.

The system is designed with user-friendliness in mind, both for integration in industrial settings and in research laboratories, where raw data and/or processed data can be easily exported and visualized for post-processing in Matlab, Excel, Python or similar.

The robust and established TDLAS technology provides fast (50 μs) and highly sensitive (PPB-levels) gas analysis.

The TDLAS technology is also inherently self-referencing and calibration-free, requiring little to no maintenance.

The system can measure many common gases found in the industry and laboratories, and greenhouse gases such as methane (CH4). Other commonly analysed gases include O2, CO2, CO, NOx, HF, H2S and HCl, as well as hydrocarbons.

The highly energy-efficient design allows the BM-H-3 to run for hours on batteries, thus being well suited of providing mobile remote sensing at locations where there is no access to external power. It can also relay information wirelessly.

The calibration-free gas detection system is highly durable for use in heavy industries and extremely robust to harsh environments.


At Beamonics, people are everything, we are a growing company always open to creative and innovative individuals who would like to join us on our journey to provide the world with the best photonics and optical sensors for our planet. If you are interested, please feel welcome to contact us through the contact form below.

Available positions

Currently we are looking for a Sensor Systems Engineer. Download the profile (in swedish) by hitting the button below and apply for the job of your dreams.