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  • Radiation Detectors


    High Purity Germanium (HPGe) DetectorsSilicon Charged Particle DetectorsScintillation DetectorsORTEC is a leading supplier of solid-state, high resolution, semiconductor radiation detectors. These radiation detectors are used in research, commercial industry, environmental protection, health and medical physics, as well as homeland security to detect gamma-rays, X-rays, and charged particles.

  • Centrifugal FFF

    CF2000 - Postnova Analytics GmbH

    The new advanced Postnova CF2000 Series was developed to become the first professional modular Centrifugal FFF system available. It is completely controled by the NovaFFF single software platform which runs the entire system from autosampler to detectors. The CF2000 Centrifugal FFF incorporates the combined proven know-how and the technologies from three decades of leadership in FFF. Due to its unique design, the CF2000 Centrifugal FFF system offers more flexibility, higher robustness and better performance than traditional particle sizer systems. The CF2000 allows high resolution particle separation and sizing at the same time and consequently sets a complete new standard and offers a real alternative to traditional particle characterization techniques.

  • Integrated UHPLC Systems

    LC-4000 Series - Jasco Analytical Instruments

    The LC-4000 Series UHPLC system offers high performance separations at up to 130MPa (around 20,000psi) for use with the smallest particle sizes and longest column lengths. The pump, autosampler and detectors are optimized for the smallest band broadening and fastest cycle times.

  • Charge Sensitive Preamplifier-Discriminator

    A111 - Amptek Inc.

    Model A111 is a hybrid charge sensitive preamplifier, discriminator, and pulse shaper developed especially for instrumentation employing microchannel plates (MCP), channel electron multipliers (CEM), photomultipliers, proportional counters and other low capacitance charge producing detectors in the pulse counting mode. Laboratory and commercial applications include aerospace and portable instrumentation, mass spectrometers, particle detection, imaging, laboratory and research experiments, medical electronics and electro-optical systems.

  • Electron Multipliers

    Hamamatsu Photonics K.K.

    Electron multipliers are mainly used as positive/negative ion detectors. They are also useful for detecting and measuring vacuum UV rays and soft X-rays. Hamamatsu electron multipliers have a high gain (multiplication factor) yet low dark current, allowingoperation in photon counting mode to detect and measure extremely small incoming particles and their energy. This means our Hamamatsu electron multipliers are ideal for electron spectroscopy and vacuum UV spectroscopy such as ESCA (electron spectroscopy for chemical analysis) and Auger electron spectroscopy as well as mass spectroscopy and field-ion microscopy.

  • BDR Bidirectional Reflectometer

    SOC-210 - Surface Optics Corporation

    The SOC-210 Bidirectional Reflectometer is a precision laboratory instrument designed for mapping bidirectional reflectance distribution functions (BRDF) of surfaces, paints, coatings, liquids, and particles. The SOC-210 BDR measures the BRDF of samples from the ultraviolet to infrared spectral range (including visible) using an assortment of interchangeable sources, spectral bandpass filters, and detectors. Complete hemispherical coverage is obtained by varying both incident polar and azimuth angles and reflected polar and azimuth angles.

  • Alpha Spectroscopy


    Alpha spectroscopy is used to identify and quantify radionuclides based on the alpha particles emitted in the decay process. Similar to Gamma Spectroscopy, energy spectra are generated with high precision detectors and electronics and analyzed with special software. Typically, samples are measured following chemical separation to isolate the radionuclides of concern due to the complexity associated with correcting for these interferences with spectrum analysis software as is common for many Gamma Spectroscopy measurements.

  • NIM-Modules

    FAST ComTec GmbH

    The "dual channel" TDC'''' - Model 7072T - converts time directly to a digital output. They offer improved performance and linearity specifications compared to separate TAC and ADC modules. There is also the Wilkinson-type ADC, Model 7070 which is suitable for high resolution HPGe detectors. Our Constant-Fraction discriminators are still state-of-the-art even after a more than 20 Year history. The Differential CFD - Model 7029A - still offers the highest counting rate (>50 MHz) of any such devices. Our Pulse-Shape Discriminator - Model 2160A - can be used to separate neutron and gamma particles, alphas and protons, electrons and alphas etc depending on the detector used.

  • Spectroscopy Amplifier

    N968 - CAEN

    The N968 is a spectroscopy amplifier implemented in a one unit wide NIM module. It accepts the typical outputs generated from either optical feedback or resistor feedback preamplifiers connected with nuclear particle detectors. The output is quasi gaussian with 0 to +10 V output dynamics. A front panel switch allows to select between positive and negative input signals. Gain setting can be performed continuously in the 10 ÷ 1500 range, product of Coarse, Fine and Superfine Gain. Two internal jumpers allow to set a x 0.1 attenuation and a further x 2 amplification, thus extending the gain range to 1 ÷ 3000. The shaping time values are 0.5, 1, 2, 3, 6, 10 µs.

  • 16 Ch Programmable Spectroscopy Amplifier And Dual 16 Ch CFD

    N1568A - CAEN

    The Mod. N1568A is a 16 channel Programmable Spectroscopy Amplifier and Dual 16Ch CFD (30% and 80% constant fraction) implemented in a single-width NIM module.This module is designed to be used with silicon detectors connected to charge preamplifiers, where the measure of charges collection time allows to obtain the identification in Z of the particles caught by the detector. The rise time is measured via two constant fraction discriminators (30% and 80% of rise time respectively). Each channel is composed by two sections: Energy section (A) and Timing section (B). The input signal is sent to both sections simultaneously. Section A processes the input signal with a differential circuit, followed by the gain stages (coarse: 2 bit; fine: 8 bit), and finally by the shaping.