MiniPIX TPX3 Flex

Miniature spectral radiation camera with Timepix3 chip as a component for your system. The MiniPIX TPX3 Flex is a highly adaptable radiation camera, seamlessly integrating into any scientific or industrial setting.

Readout chip type: Timepix3
Pixel size: 55 x 55 μm
Sensor resolution: 256 x 256 pixels
Dynamic range in frame mode 1022 events count
Dark current: none
Maximum frame rate 16 fps (full frames)
Maximum hit rate 2.35 x 106 pixels/s
Sensor Material: Si or CdTe
Sensor Thickness: 100 μm, 300 μm and 500 μm for Si; 1 mm CdTe
Sensitive Area: 14 mm x 14 mm
Time Resolution: 1.6 ns
Energy Resolution: 0.5-1 keV (Si) and 1.1-3.6 (CdTe)
Min Detectable Energy: 3 keV (Si) and 5 keV (CdTe)
Pixel Mode of Operation: Time-over-Threshold, Time-of -Arrival

Weight: 22 g (CdTe sensor, no cover)
Connectivity: USB2.0 interface with standard μUSB connector
Software: Pixet Pro

The MINIPIXTPX3F device is controlled via USB2.0 interface with standard μUSB connector. All major operating systems are supported (MS Windows, Mac OS and LINUX). The complex software PIXET PRO used for detector operation is provided for free.


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