First Truly Spectral Imaging Camera

Speed 40M hits/s
Size 65K pixels

TPX3 camera is designed with special emphasis to performance and versatility which is often required in a scientific experimental work. The camera module contains CERN's latest Timepix3 device with ultra-fast sparse data readout to acquire up to 40 million hits per second. The module has USB 3.0 communication channel that assures fast read-out of...


Modular High Speed Camera

Speed 1700 fps
Size 65K - 262K pixels

camera is designed with special emphasis to performance and versatility that is often required in a scientific experimental work. The camera module contains a single Timepix device with a fast parallel readout. It allows a sustainable frame rate of up to 1700 frames per second that makes it optimal for spectral imaging and ion detection. Advanced...


Fast Large Area Camera with Central Opening

Speed 1300 fps
Size 262K pixels

QUAD camera contains four single Timepix devices with fast parallel readout with a 4 mm2 central opening to allow the beam pass through the device uninterrupted. The
QUAD allows a sustainable frame rate of up to 1300 frames per second....


Advacam's imaging cameras are direct conversion single photon counting pixel detectors that represent the cutting edge of current radiation imaging technology. The term “single photon counting” means that every single photon of X-ray radiation detected in individual pixel is processed and counted. The technology brings two major advantages in comparison to the conventional X-ray imaging - high contrast together with sharp high resolution images and spectral information of the radiation that allows material specific information to be displayed in colors.


Non-Destructive Testing

Tough, light and reliable materials are the key for many of developments. Identification of defects, impurities or cracks in these materials is therefore important. X-ray imaging is a tool used for these purposes for a long time. However, the standard imaging technology was tuned mostly for metals. ...

Small Animal Spectral Imaging

Cancer research, bio-mechanics, drug testing are just few examples where X-ray imaging contributes to the research in biology and medicine. Until recent, synchotrons were typically the place to go to do much of this imaging. Nowadays, the photon counting detectors start changing this stereotype. The ...

Mining and geology

Resources mined from Earth fuel our society. However, efficient, eco-friendly mining is a must if we want to keep the economy and society sustainable. Cheap, fast exploration for mineral resources is required. Geology is a tool to understand our planet and also to help find resources still undiscove ...

Authentication of art

Study and characterization of art pieces, namely paintings, using X-ray imaging is becoming an increasingly important area. It is useful for galleries, museums and collectors to improve conservation and preservation methods. It is important for art buyers to reliably authenticate the works. The adva ...

X-ray microscopy

X-ray microscopy offers very high resolution radiography or computed tomography images of the samples. Advacam's photon counting cameras are able to enhance the quality and resolution of the images while speeding up the imaging process. The spectral imaging capability can be utilised to discriminate ...

Other applications

Advacam offers cameras and solutions for multiple other application such as electron microscopy, crystallography, neutron imaging, charged particle tracking and dosimetry for cancer therapy. In addition, number of cameras are being used in the basic research, such as at CERN's LHC accelerator, and f ...

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