PIXIS-XF Indirect Detection X-ray Cameras from Princeton Instruments

The fully integrated high-performance, thermoelectrically cooled PIXIS-XF: 2048F camera utilizes a scientific grade 2048 x 2048 pixel CCD for lensless, indirect imaging of X-rays using phosphor screens. Supported under LabView and Linux OS, the camera features a compact single-head design, an easy-to-use USB 2.0 interface, and comes equipped with WinView software.

The dual speed operation at 100 kHz or 2 MHz means that the camera can be used for steady state as well as high speed applications. The 1:1 fiberoptic ratio offers resolution of 37 lp/mm. The ability for researchers to change phosphor in the lab using a unique fiberoptic extending outside the vacuum design gives this system flexibility and high-resolution. GdOS:Tb phosphor screens are available for 8 and 17 keV.

And for ultimate in flexibility this camera supports softaware selectibilty between low noise (for best sensitivity) and high capacity (high dynamic range) amplifier.

PIXIS-XF: 1024F

The fully integrated high-performance, thermoelectrically cooled PIXIS-XF: 1024F camera utilizes a scientific grade 1024 x 1024 pixel CCD for lens-free, indirect imaging of X-rays using phosphor screens. Supported under LabView and Linux OS, the camera features a compact single-head design, an easy-to-use USB 2.0 interface, and comes equipped with WinView software.

The dual speed operation at 100 kHz or 2 MHz means that the camera can be used for steady state as well as high speed applications. The 1:1 fiberoptic ratio offers resolution of 38 lp/mm The ability for researchers to change phosphor in the lab using a unique fiberoptic extending outside the vacuum design gives this system flexibility and high-resolution. GdOS:Tb phosphor screens are available for 8 and 17 keV. Contact your area sales specialist or the factory to request CsI:Tl phosphor screens.

Key Features and Benefits

  • •Proprietary fiber bonding process
  • •Removable phosphor screen and Be window
  • •X-ray photon counting capability
  • •Custom fiber taper configurations
  • •Dual A/D electronics circuits to support dual readout speeds
  • •Software selectable output amplifiers between low noise or high capacity (when supported by the CCD)
  • •Software programmable binning and readout gains at all available speeds
  • •Industry standard USB 2.0 interface
  • •Easily synchronized with external UNIBLITZ PlIr blade x-ray shutter (up to 30Kev)
  • •Support for Linux OS

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