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Magnetic particle spectrometry (MPS) is a characterization tool, which helps in determining the magnetic properties of Magnetic nanoparticles (MNPs). MNPs heavily influence image resolution, hence intensive research is conducted to improve the magnetic properties of these MNPs. In-situ magnetic particle spectrometer (INSPECT) was first presented in 2019 and has the capability to track the nucleation and growth of MNPs. The presented research discusses the design and development of the second generation of INSPECT which investigates the impact of a fully controllable temperature bath, lower power requirements, and a new hybrid housing design for carrying out synthesis at higher temperatures. This research paper deals with the development of different hardware modules and sensitivity profiles of INSPECT II.