Hexitec

A Fully Spectroscopic Hard X-Ray Imaging Detector.

What is it? How does it work?

The HEXITEC detector measures the energy and position of every incident photon in the 4-200keV range. Each one of the 80 x 80 pixels provides a full energy spectrum with an average energy resolution of 800eV FWHM at 60keV. It is a self-contained module that only requires a mains power supply and connection to a PC or Laptop. It can be supplied with a user friendly GUI to operate the detector and provide calibrated spectra per pixel or industry standard Gig-E- Vision APIs for users to integrate into their own systems.

Key Features and Benefits

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Energy Dispersive Diffraction Imaging ¹

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K-Edge Enhance Dimaging ²

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X-ray Fluorescence Imaging ²

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Multiple radio-isotope ³

Hexitec Specifications

  • Energy Range 4 – 200 keV
  • Energy Resolution per Pixel 800 eV average at 60 keV
  • Frame Rate 9 kHz
  • Data Rate 5M photons/second
  • Standard Detector Material 1mm thick CdTe
  • Dimensions 21 x 5 x 5 cm
  • Weight 700 g
  • Interface Gig E Vision
  • Pixel Size 250 μm x 250 μm
  • Number of Pixels 80 x 80 = 6400
  • Hexitec modules can be supplied with CZT of various thicknesses.

Software

The Hexitec detector comes with its own software for immediate inspection of spectroscopic data.
Liam O'Ryan

Liam O'Ryan

Application Engineer

Application notes

Application notes coming soon.