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Key Applications for sCMOS Synchrotron Detectors

1st Dec, 2020

In-situ beamline analysis is carried out using X-ray detectors based on next-generation scientific CMOS. These sensors thanks to very low readout noise are able to capture a single X-ray photon whilst maintaining intra scene good dynamic range. Synchrotron detectors can be classified as either direct or indirect detectors which will sense from extreme ultraviolet (EUV)…

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The Photonic Science Brand Celebrates 35 Years Dec 2020

1st Dec, 2020

35 years experience in designing innovative high sensitivity low noise imaging solutions for OEMs. Our technology is based around cooled CCD, Intensified CCD/CMOS cameras, and more recently InGaAs and sCMOS cameras. The Photonic Science 1,000 square metre facility at St Leonards, East Sussex site contains manufacturing, production, clean room, environmental / X-ray testing and research…

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Interview with Christian Roethel Piezocryst-Laue Crystal Orientation

5th Nov, 2020

In this interview, Christian describes how the Photonic Science Laue Crystal Orientation System has helped in the manufacturing process for their high precision piezoelectric sensors based on gallium phosphate crystals. Download the pdf Laue system for Gallium Phosphate High Precision Piezoelectric Sensors Christian Roethel, has a PhD in X-ray Diffraction from the Technical University of…

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High-Throughput Laue Diffraction Systems

4th Nov, 2020

Laue diffraction occurs when a polychromatic X-ray beam impinges on a crystal. This unique reflection geometry was first discovered by German physicist Max von Laue who shone an X-ray beam through a copper sulfate crystal in order to record its diffraction properties. This unique diffraction pattern is intrinsic of crystal orientation, which provided the basis…

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Turnkey Hyperspectral Imaging Solutions from Photonics Science

26th Oct, 2020

Photonics Science is one of the industry leaders when it comes to turnkey imaging solutions based on precision sensing devices. Our expertise spans thirty years of intensive research and development (R&D), which has yielded significant technical advances in both CCD and CMOS cameras. Among our more recent developments is a range of cooled InGaAs sensors…

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Events

Bessy Synchrotron Users Meeting

Venue: Digital Forum

Location: Berlin Germany

Date: 10th December 2020

Stand: Virtual Event

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SPIE Photonics West 2021

Venue: The Moscone Center

Location: 747 Howard St, San Francisco, CA 94103, United States

Date: 23 January- 28 January 2021

Stand: 4442

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SPIE Defense and Commercial Sensing Digital Forum and Virtual Exhibition

Venue: Digital Forum

Location: Digital Forum

Date: 27 April - 1 May 2020

Stand: 4060

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