Standard Line Detectors
We can provide crystals in the form of plates, rods, and special
shapes. We can provide diameters ranges from 3 mm up to 40
mm and thicknesses from 0.5 to 5 mm or more. One or more
faces can be polished and thin aluminum or ITO entrance window
are an option.
Specially graded crystal materials tested for optical homogeneity
are used to produce thin YAG:Ce and YAP:Ce screens. Typical
screens can be made down to 0.2 - 0.1 mm, depending on diameter
and scintillation material.
Very Thin Image Screens
Very thin YAG:Ce screens down to thickness of 10 µm optically
coupled to FOP (Fiber Optic Plate) or glass base are now available.
Screens are designed for use in electron, X-Ray or UV (Ultra
Violet light) imaging. To improve the quality of the system,
we can offer these thin screen with glue thickness is less
then 1µm. Optional Al, ITO or C (Aluminum, Indium Tin
Oxide or Carbon) conductive and reflection coating on entrance
window are available as is an optional AR coating on light
We can provide an optical coupling of YAG:Ce/FOP image detector
to a customer's CCD image sensor. We have perfected very thin
YAG:Ce screens for electron or X-ray imaging that are optically
coupled to fiber optic or glass substrates.
For position sensitive detectors, we can build matrices and
bars as with elements as small 0.3 x 0.3 mm up to several
millimeters depending on the material and construction of
the array. These are typically made from YAP:Ce, CsI:Tl,
BGO and other scintillation materials.
Electron Microscope Detectors
We offer a variety of YAG:Ce and YAP:Ce detectors for use in
electron microscopes. Our detectors feature very good life
time and luminescence efficiency. The product line includes
special BSE, SE or STEM detectors. We will manufacture the
detectors to meet each customers individual needs and offer
corresponding special light-guides as well.
Special light guides made from polycarbonate, glass or synthetic
quartz is used to build light guides for electron microscopes
and other applications.
We offer special detectors and detector units that can be designed
or developed for customer special needs. The range of options
includes special shapes such as prisms, sphere, and more complicated
shapes. We have considerable experience in the development
and manufacturer of detectors for experimental physics, medicine,
etc. For example, we have designed and produced annihilation
detectors that combine BGO/plastic scintillation materials.
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