In 2020, you can meet KETEK at an exhibition worldwide and near you as offering high-quality products and maintaining close contact to our customers are the essences of our business. For a complete list of events attended by KETEK in 2019, please click here.
KETEK introduced at the 66th annual Denver X-ray Conference the new VITUS SDDs with significantly improved cooling performance, offering the best cooling efficiency and performance on the market: >20 K lower chip temperatures over the whole temperature range for new module (Be window with vacuum [...]
KETEK launches a new high-end 7-Channel SDD Array with total collimated area of 560 mm². It is a complete XRF multi-channel system including 7 fast CUBE SDDs, ultra-low-noise preamplifiers, 7 high performance digital pulse processors with USB2.0 interface, external control unit with all power supplies [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]