PHYWE 13727-99 Multichannel Analyser

Function and Applications

The multichannel analyser is for analysing voltage pulses which are proportional to energy and for determining pulse rates and intensities in conjunction with an X-ray detector, alpha detector or gamma detector. The analogue pulses from the detector are shaped by the analyser, digitised and summed per channel according to pulse height. This results in a frequency distribution of detected pulses dependent on the energy of the radiation.

Benefits

- Offset function for enhancing  energy resolution

- For spectroscopy and x-ray fluorescence analysis

Equipment and Technical Data

- Analogue output for observing heights of the pulse spectrum on an oscilloscope

- A USB output for connecting to a computer

- Integrated power supply for alpha detector pre-amp (09100-00)

- Integrated power supply for X-ray energy detector

- Includes 1.5-m mains lead, USB cable type A/B

- Multi-channel analyser software (required)

- Resolution (per spectrum): up to 4096 channels (12 bit)

- Memory: unlimited

- Lag time: 60 µs

- Coincidence window: 1 µs

- Analogue input: negative pulse impedance: 3.3 kilohms, 150 pF

- Amplification: three stages, 6, 12 and 24 digitally adjustable

- Pulse height: max. 4 V

- Analogue output: positive pulse 0 to 4 V-

- Pulse length: 15 µs offset approx.

- 12-bit digital resolution

- Maximum offset: 4 V (disable input/coincidence input)

- Logic input (TTL) for coincidence  measurements at voltage outputs

- Diode socket: ± 12 V / max. 30 mA

- BNC socket (bias voltage): -33, -66, -99 V

- Plastic case with carrying handle

- Dimensions H × W × D (mm):  90 x 140 x 130

- Mains voltage: 115/230 V~

- Mains frequency: 50/60 Hz

- Weight: 1550 g

Scope of delivery: Data cable USB, plug type A/B, 1.8 m- 14608-00

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