TPX3Cam - fast optical camera for nanosecond photon time stamping
The TPX3Cam is a fast optical camera for time stamping of optical photons. It is based on a new silicon pixel sensor, which in combination with the Timepix3 ASIC and readout, is suitable for a wide range of applications which require time-resolved imaging of electrons, ions or single photons. The TPX3Cam can be easily integrated both in tabletop lab setups, as in synchrotron or free-electron-laser environments.
Cheetah Detectors Camera for TEM ED
ASI’s Chee-tah is a hybrid pixel detector suitable for electron microscope applications. The Chee-tah’s sensitivity and speed offers unprecedented possibilities for electron diffraction, imaging and tomography.Each pixel is connected via bump-bonds to the readout electronics integrated in the chip below the sensor. The electronics in a pixel processes the signals from the sensor. An individual pixel counts the number of detected events in the corresponding area.Scintillated detectors don’t have the signal to noise ratio’s that can be obtained with the Chee-tah. Other direct electron cameras lack the dynamic range the Chee-tah has and are often too beam sensitive to be used for diffraction experiments. The Chee-tah’s high speed makes it ideal for looking at dynamic processes and catching fast fading signals.
LynX - Hybrid pixel detectors for X-ray
ASI’ s LynX detector series are hybrid pixel area detectors, with a pixel pitch of 55 µm,suitable for a wide range of applications.The capability of the LynX detectors to discriminate or measure energy of X-rays in each of its 512 x 512 pixels offers unprecedented possibilities for X-ray detection, imaging and tomography.LynX sensors (Si, GaAs, CdTe) are divided into an array of pixels and connected via bump-bonds to the readout electronics integrated in the chips below the sensor.
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