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New low-noise WL Series SiPMs

2021-04-06T10:07:48+01:00April 6th, 2021|

KETEK releases its latest generation of Silicon Photomultipliers. The new technology is a significant improvement in all operational parameters compared to the previous WB Series. The WL Series SiPMs feature the same reliable wafer level BGA package of the WB Series which makes it easy to upgrade your [...]

New DPP2 launched

2017-06-08T13:45:32+01:00November 20th, 2015|

KETEK presents its new high-performance Digital Pulse Processor (DPP2). It is optimised for KETEK's VITUS-CUBE SDD series to take full advantage of the CUBE technology: Ultra-short peaking times down to 100ns and high count rate capability up to 1Mcps both with energy resolution down to [...]

VIAMP Product Portfolio expanded

2017-06-08T13:52:57+01:00April 22nd, 2014|

A new CUBE Class has been added to the VIAMP product portfolio. With it the VIAMP OEM solution is not only available with VITUS SDDs including low-capacitance FET (Standard and Premium Class), but also with VITUS-CUBE SDDs including a new ultra-low-capacitance ASIC. This new first [...]

VITUS H150 Data Sheet published

2017-06-08T13:56:19+01:00January 24th, 2014|

The data sheet for the VITUS H150 SDD - the world's largest Silicon Drift Detector - has been published. It is summarising the unique performance and outstanding technical characteristics of the VITUS H150 SDD. This new detector with a collimated active area of 150mm² achieves [...]

Fastest VITUS SDD ever

2018-01-25T13:18:24+01:00August 12th, 2013|

KETEK presents its next SDD generation: The VITUS-CUBE series. It comes with a new ultra-low-capacitance ASIC (Cube) as first preamplification stage instead of a classical FET. With this ASIC a dramatically improved energy resolution at very short peaking times (as short as 100 ns) can [...]

World’s largest SDD

2016-10-24T21:34:50+01:00August 12th, 2013|

 KETEK presents the world's largest Silicon Drift Detector with a collimated active area of 150mm². With typically FWHM≤133eV and P/B>15,000 it offers an excellent performance. Despite the exceptionally large active area, the Be window remains with only 25µm very thin allowing very good transmission. Also [...]

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