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The MerlinX photon counting detector system utilises a Medipix3 ASIC. MerlinX is packing a lot in for its size. With a vast range of applications, MerlinX is a high performance X-Ray imaging detector.
HEXITEC detector is a self-contained system that measures the energy and position of every incident photon in the 4-200 keV range.
Zebra, a digital signal level converter and position capture unit. Signals from multiple single channel inputs in TTL, LVDS, PECL, NIM or Open Collector format, are converted to LVTTL and passes the signals to an FPGA.
The MerlinEM Direct Electron Detector (DED), a pixelated detector ideal for applications such as 4D STEM and TEM dynamic imaging, offers rapid readout and improved signal to noise.
QD introduces the Quantum C100. Born from discussions in the Cryo-EM field, this detector is designed as the ideal detector for performance at 100keV.
The V2F100 allows users to perform high-resolution voltage-to-frequency conversion, a technique widely used in synchrotrons and other scientific applications.
The Xspress 3 family of readouts has revolutionised the analysis of fluorescence detector data. Improvements in throughput and resolution optimisation, allow faster experiments with improved results.
Direct electron counting detector for EELS imaging. MerlinEELS significantly improves EELS in two key metrics: electron counting - to get the maximum signal to noise ratio and, high framerates independent of detection noise - to mitigate sample drifts.
MerlinEM detectors offer unique opportunities for electron diffraction imaging. The simultaneous high dynamic range, high frame rate and ability to count single electrons massively expand the usefulness of this very established set of techniques. On top of this, the MerlinEM is radiation safe even at 300kV so there is no need to use a beam stopper.Learn More
Modern fast framing electron detectors like MerlinEM allow practical imaging of a full distribution of electrons for each probe position in a scanning transmission electron microscope (STEM). The most common name of the technique is 4D STEM, however, scanned diffraction or momentum resolved STEM are also used.Learn More
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