A highly customizable fast radiation imaging camera. It records each radiation hit, enabling superior resolution, speed, and ionizing radiation detection possibilities.

Sensor Material: Si or CdTe
Sensor Thickness: 100 μm, 300 μm and 500 μm for Si; 1 mm for CdTe
Sensitive Area: 14 mm x 14 mm
Time Resolution: 1.6 ns
Readout Speed: 40 Million hits/s
Number of Pixels 256 x 256
Pixel Pitch: 55 μm
Energy Resolution: 1 keV
Min Detectable Energy: 3 keV for X-rays
Readout Chip: Timepix3
Pixel Mode of Operation: Time-over-Threshold, Time-of -Arrival

Dimensions: 125 mm x 79 mm x 25.5 mm
Weight: 503 g
Connectivity: USB 3.0 (Super-Speed)
Software: Pixet Pro

The module uses USB 3.0 communication channel, which assures a fast read-out of the system.


Cancer research, bio-mechanics, and drug testing are just a few examples of X-ray imaging contributing to biology and medicine research. New photon-counting detectors represent a severe advancement to these applications compared to previously used methods. The energy sensitivity of modern cameras opens better possibilities for identifying individual types of tissue and contrast agents. That has significant consequences in various industries, for example, cancer research, where the tumor tissue can be better distinguished from the healthy one.
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Material Analysis

Do you need to determine the material composition of your sample? Minerals, alloys, polymers, electronics, batteries, or pigments? Our cameras are based on cutting-edge single X-ray photon counting sensors, and each detected photon is processed individually. This approach also allows measuring the wavelength of photons. It brings unprecedented image quality and new possibilities, such as material-sensitive X-ray imaging. Moreover, our detectors enable fast and compact X-Ray Diffraction (XRD) and Crystallography solutions. XRD sample analysis is performed up to an order of magnitude faster than conventional systems. Spectral sensitivity provides a unique ability to inspect the sample surface and its interior (Energy dispersive XRD).
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ADVACAM offers cameras and solutions for multiple other applications, such as electron microscopy, crystallography, neutron imaging, localization of sources of ionizing radiation, charged particle tracking, and dosimetry for cancer therapy. In addition, many cameras are being used in basic research, such as at CERN's LHC accelerator, and for education on radiation and its properties in schools and universities.
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